‘We’re Open for Business’: Orangeburg County Chamber of Commerce Fair Returns | Local

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Kindred at Home participated in the exhibit for the first time. It offers home care.

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“If you have a patient coming out of the hospital and they need help at home, we can see that patient with a referral from their doctor,” Orangeburg home health specialist Celeste said. Bryant. “We also see patients in primary care, so you don’t necessarily need to have recently been in the hospital, but you should be considered homebound.”

Bryant said the company was the show to “get our name known and be of service to the community.”

McQuilla said it was important for the exhibit to return after a year of delay due to COVID.

“It got to the point where the board thought that inside the community, people were wondering what we were going to do to make us feel like we were actually making progress,” said McQuilla. There have been discussions about not even having the expo this year.

He said, “It makes all the difference in the world.

“In the end, it was unanimous. We said, ‘Let’s do it. Let’s find out how to do it, let’s see how to do it safely, ”he said.

“We are open for business. “

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