Business Pulse for the Myrtle Beach area: March 22

March 22, 2014 

ARRIVALS

•  Rose Mary Hanna has joined South Atlantic Bank as a teller in Myrtle Beach.

•  Leeanna Dodson joined Carolina Trust as a teller and will be rotating between the Holmestown Road and Surfside Beach branches; Kathy Morgan joined as a teller at the 21st Avenue North branch in Myrtle Beach.

PROMOTION

•  Nancy Barnes has been named vice president of Patient Services at McLeod Loris Seacoast.

NEW BUSINESS

• Batteries Plus Bulbs has opened in North Myrtle Beach at 950-C on Highway 17 North. Visit batteriesplus.com for more information.

AWARDS

•  Lorie Stamper, Karen Hazzard and Cheryl Kilbourne, all of Georgetown Hospital System, have been recognized with Palmetto Gold Awards, the state’s highest honor for nursing excellence.

• Yogurt Mountain, LLC presented the Myrtle Beach store the “Excellence in Customer Service” award.

•  Janet Hodge, RN from the Academy for Technology and Academics, was recognized with the Health Science Lifetime Achievement Award at the South Carolina State Leadership Conference in Charleston.

MISCELLANEOUS

•  William E. Prenatt of CPG Family Medicine at Towne Centre has been certified as a medical examiner on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners.

• Call 24 Security, a division of RCS Wireless Technology, has been selected to install its CCTV digital camera system across the Brunswick County School System.

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