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What follows is an important notice.


Due to the increased number of cases of COVID-19, we are limiting visitors to our offices and requesting that adult patients come to their appointments alone. Exceptions will be made if assistance or a caregiver is needed. For pediatric patients, please limit to one parent or caregiver, exceptions considered.

If you have any symptoms for COVID-19, do not schedule online. Please call your doctor's office for booking an appointment and before arriving for an in-office visit.

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News & Events Archive

  • SouthCoast Health’s Dr. Amanda H. Hendricks earns ‘Best Pediatrician’ honor in Best of Effingham Awards

    Wednesday, April 27, 2016

    Dr. Amanda H. Hendricks received the distinction as “Best Pediatrician” in the Effingham Now’s Best of Effingham Awards for the third consecutive year, the publication announced today.

  • Physician Spotlight: Dr. Wasil Khan

    Tuesday, April 26, 2016

    SouthCoast Health is excited to feature physician spotlight. Each month we will feature a different doctor by asking them questions about their life, why they love working in medicine, and much more. This month’s Physician Spotlight goes to Dr. Wasil Khan, an allergist with SouthCoast Health.

  • IBS: Symptoms & Treatment Options

    Tuesday, April 26, 2016

    IBS, or irritable bowel syndrome, impacts between 10 and 15 percent of the U.S. population. While the symptoms can range from mild to severe, the disorder is the most common one diagnosed by gastroenterologists and is responsible for about 12 percent of the visits that primary care doctors receive.

  • 4 Tips for Dealing with Savannah Pollen Season

    Monday, April 18, 2016

    Dealing with seasonal allergies, especially in a highly forested area like Savannah, can be challenging to say the least. Even with spring in full swing, there are still several things that you can do to have a pain free pollen season.

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