York County, South Carolina, is a vibrant area with a population of 251,664 people spread across 681 square miles. It is home to three hospitals, four of which are federally certified as critical access hospitals, and over 90 health centers in the state. Family Solutions of the Low Country (FSLC) is a project that has been running for over a decade and provides multilevel intervention services for case management to pregnant women and their babies for two years after delivery in the service areas of Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell, Hampton and Orangeburg counties. This means that York County residents no longer have to travel to Charlotte or Rockhill for medical care. Virginia has been involved in the field of maternal and child health for more than two decades.
She has served on the boards of directors of the South Carolina Regional Perinatal Association, the South Carolina Perinatal Association, the National Association of Social Workers, the Orangeburg Health Improvement Council, and the March of Dimes Program Services Committee. In this role, she provides education and support to prenatal and postpartum women in Orangeburg and Calhoun counties to help decrease infant mortality among African-American women.The Human Services Agency (HSA) was established in the 1980s with the aim of promoting access to healthcare by providing consulting services to communities, hospitals, and offices in rural and underserved communities. Barabell worked in the 26% Human Services (DHHS) of the South Carolina Department of Health, where he clinically interpreted state and federal policies for the South Carolina Medicaid health care network. This year's Ag + Art Tour of South Carolina includes 120 sites in 10 counties over six weekends in May and June. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Kershaw County Health Resource District to provide additional health services to uninsured or underinsured citizens of Kershaw County. Tracy is responsible for planning and delivering childbirth classes to participants in the five counties where Family Solutions works and supervising community health workers.
Bill's son Fred joined the company in 1965 but it was sold to Baldwin Piano Company in 1967 which moved to Arkansas due to machine worker strikes. Penny Cherry has been with Family Solutions for 12 years and currently works as a perinatal social worker in Allendale and Hampton counties. Lindsey has more than 15 years of experience creating, implementing, and managing a program that addressed cyclical barriers to care and helped uninsured people connect to services and support which ultimately resulted in better health outcomes. Jessica serves on the Medical Assistant Advisory Council of the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (LLR), the board of directors of the Rural Recruiting and Retention Network, and the board of directors of the Carolinas Medical Services Association. In this role she provides home visiting services to pregnant women and their families living in rural Allendale and Hampton counties. In addition, he provides specific support to rural hospitals, emergency medical services (EMS) systems, and primary care providers in South Carolina.