Research is a vital step in the fight against breast cancer. The majority of breast cancers are hormone-receptor positive, which means the cancer cells grow in response to hormones. The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether the study drug combined with hormonal therapy has better outcomes than hormonal therapy alone. The Herald Bulletin released its annual Best of Madison County awards today, and Community Hospital Anderson was honored with several awards.
Community Hospital Anderson was named "Best Company to work for" this year. As one of the largest employers in Madison County, Community Hospital Anderson is committed to keeping jobs here in our community and caring for all within our reach, both our patients and employees.
Holly Renz, RN was named "Best Nurse" for the fourth time. Holly has touched countless lives in her 39 years as an employee at Community Hospital Anderson. Since 1998, she has served as the coordinator of Community's Sexual Assault Treatment Center. As a sexual assault nurse examiner, she is a tireless advocate for victims of sexual abuse.
Dr. Traci Anderson, family physician was honored as the "Best Doctor" for the second year in a row. Dr. Anderson's patients love her unique approach to medicine. She focuses on wellness, while providing personalized, family-oriented care.
Community Hospital Anderson is always seeking qualified applicants for our open positions. If you are interested in becoming a part of the team at Community Hospital Anderson, please click here. We also have Volunteer opportunities.r>