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It's never too early to begin thinking about your career. McLeod Health is dedicated to assisting in the development of students. We are searching for students who provide caring, compassionate, high-quality care to the people they serve.

  • Scholarships

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    McLeod Health has a strong desire to help students reach their highest potential in their healthcare career goals. We are searching for students who have the calling to provide compassionate, high-quality care to the people they serve.

    The purpose of the McLeod Health scholarship program is to provide financial assistance to students who have been accepted into an approved program of study in the healthcare field. The scholarship is available for defined amounts of tuition corresponding to the profession of interest. For questions involving our scholarship program, please call the scholarship coordinator at 843-777-2595.

    Apply Now
  • Residency Programs

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    The McLeod Family Medicine Residency is a program at McLeod Health designed to train the 'physicians of tomorrow' in an effort to increase the availability of family medicine physicians for patients in the Pee Dee and other rural areas of South Carolina. The Pharmacy Residency Program's goal is to develop a professional maturity through compassionate direct patient care, project management, communication, and leadership skills. They work collaboratively with interdisciplinary teams to ensure safe and effective medication usage in a cost-effective manner.

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  • Healthcare Careers Program

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    This class is designed for students planning to pursue a healthcare career course of study in a technical school or college. Students will be trained in basic healthcare skills and introduced to careers in nursing, physician specialties, medical technology, physical therapy, radiology, respiratory therapy, and others. The class is taught at McLeod Regional Medical Center with an additional 2 1/2-hour lab required twice a week after school hours.

    Criteria to participate:

    • You must be a 12th grade student in Florence School District One.
    • You must have completed Biology 1 and Chemistry 1. If you have not completed Phase 2 of a lab science, you must be enrolled in your Senior year.
    • Your acceptance into the program is made by your school.
    • You must have a teacher recommendation and go through an interview process.

    If you are interested in the McLeod Health Careers Program, please call or talk with your School-to-Work Coordinator.

  • School of Medical Technology

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    The School of Medical Technology is located in McLeod Regional Medical Center Laboratory in the McLeod Tower in Florence, SC. The hospital-based program was established in 1977 to help provide the Pee Dee with qualified medical technologists. The program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS). Students accepted into the program are either college seniors from an academic affiliate or have already completed their bachelor's degree.

    Apply Now
  • Scholarships

    Scholarships

    Scholarships

    McLeod Health has a strong desire to help students reach their highest potential in their healthcare career goals. We are searching for students who have the calling to provide compassionate, high-quality care to the people they serve.

    The purpose of the McLeod Health scholarship program is to provide financial assistance to students who have been accepted into an approved program of study in the healthcare field. The scholarship is available for defined amounts of tuition corresponding to the profession of interest. For questions involving our scholarship program, please call the scholarship coordinator at 843-777-2595.

    Apply Now Back to Top
  • Residency Programs

    Residency Programs

    Residency Programs

    The McLeod Family Medicine Residency is a program at McLeod Health designed to train the 'physicians of tomorrow' in an effort to increase the availability of family medicine physicians for patients in the Pee Dee and other rural areas of South Carolina. The Pharmacy Residency Program's goal is to develop a professional maturity through compassionate direct patient care, project management, communication, and leadership skills. They work collaboratively with interdisciplinary teams to ensure safe and effective medication usage in a cost-effective manner.

    Learn More Back to Top
  • Healthcare Careers Program

    Healthcare Careers Program

    Scholarships

    This class is designed for students planning to pursue a healthcare career course of study in a technical school or college. Students will be trained in basic healthcare skills and introduced to careers in nursing, physician specialties, medical technology, physical therapy, radiology, respiratory therapy, and others. The class is taught at McLeod Regional Medical Center with an additional 2 1/2-hour lab required twice a week after school hours.

    Criteria to participate:

    • You must be a 12th grade student in Florence School District One.
    • You must have completed Biology 1 and Chemistry 1. If you have not completed Phase 2 of a lab science, you must be enrolled in your Senior year.
    • Your acceptance into the program is made by your school.
    • You must have a teacher recommendation and go through an interview process.

    If you are interested in the McLeod Health Careers Program, please call or talk with your School-to-Work Coordinator.

    Back to Top
  • School of Medical Technology

    School of Medical Technology

    School of Medical Technology

    The School of Medical Technology is located in McLeod Regional Medical Center Laboratory in the McLeod Tower in Florence, SC. The hospital-based program was established in 1977 to help provide the Pee Dee with qualified medical technologists. The program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS). Students accepted into the program are either college seniors from an academic affiliate or have already completed their bachelor's degree.

    Apply Now Back to Top

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