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Prisma Health Midlands Foundation Fellows

Prisma Health Midlands Foundation has determined that a distinct designation should be established to honor those individuals whose contributions of time, talent and resources towards the advancement of the Foundation’s mission and goals merit special recognition. After careful consideration, the title of “Fellow” was selected. The name is significant as it embodies the concepts of sharing similar interests and possessing wisdom as well as having a generous philanthropic spirit. Each Fellow has demonstrated his or her devotion to and passion for helping improve the quality of health care in our community. Their good deeds provide the base upon which Prisma Health Midlands Foundation is built.

2019 - 2020 Prisma Health Midlands Foundation Fellows

Mary (posthumously) & Randy Dailey

For more than 35 years, Randy and the late Mary Dailey have exuded love for Children’s Hospital. They have given selflessly and have never hesitated to encourage others to do so. The Daileys have been committed to helping children in our community and rallying others to support an incredible resource in our community: Prisma Health Children’s Hospital—Midlands.

Often times, you’d find Mary and Randy volunteering at Children’s Hospital or Foundation events, or in a board or committee meeting discussing the needs of Children’s Hospital. They were always present and active.If you walk the halls of Prisma Health Children’s Hospital—Midlands, you’ll feel the love of Randy and the late Mary Dailey. We are forever grateful for their unwavering support and to Randy for continuing their legacy of generosity.

Marty Bridges

Marty Bridges is a former executive with Prisma Health, who retired after 39 years of service to the organization. Marty first joined S.C. Baptist Hospital in 1979 as a financial analyst and advanced to become vice president and chief financial officer of S.C. Baptist Healthcare in 1987, senior vice president of Administration and Finance in 1992; and executive vice president and chief operating officer of Palmetto Health Baptist in 1998. He retired last spring as chief system performance officer for Prisma Health. Marty gave generously to the Foundation for many years.


Frank Brown

Frank Brown served as former chair of the Prisma Health Midlands Foundation board and served two terms on the Foundation board. Under his leadership, the Foundation board launched a successful campaign to support the expansion of the Child Abuse Medical Assessment program at Prisma Health Children’s Hospital–Midlands and raised more than $800,000. Prior to his board service, Frank’s company, MarketSearch, had a longtime relationship with Prisma Health, helping them analyze patient demographics and needs. An annual donor since 2006, Frank has contributed more than $150,000 to various programs and services of Prisma Health.

Isabel Law (posthumously)

Isabel Law was a registered nurse and longtime nurse navigator for breast cancer patients, was an icon at the former Baptist Medical Center and in the community. She worked at Baptist from 1990 to her untimely passing in 2008. As a nurse navigator, she was the first person hundreds of women saw after getting a diagnosis of breast cancer, and it was her job to help them understand their diagnosis, navigate treatment, insurance and life after cancer. She assumed pivotal roles with many community programs including Prisma Heath Midlands Foundation’s Walk for Life, the Mayor’s Task Force for Breast Cancer and the University of South Carolina’s women’s basketball team mentoring program.

Other community leaders who are Prisma Health Midlands Foundation Fellows:

Eugene D. Allen
Lynette L. Allston
Norman* and Gerry Sue Arnold
Lisa and Ben Arnold
Thomas N. Bagnal, Sr.*
Garnet A. Barnes *
Thomas B. Bates*
Harold Bessent*
William A. Boyce, PhD*
Lester P. Branham, Jr.
Fran Byrd
Bebie Linn Chambers
Congressman James E.  Clyburn
Beth Coble
Dr. Traci Young Cooper
C. Warren Derrick, M.D.
Jimmy Derrick
Ronald Dew, M.D.
Charles H. Dickerson*
W. Russell Drake
John Ducate, Sr.*
Martha C. Edens*
George C. Fant, Jr.
Harriott Faucette
Caroline and Kester Freeman
Stiles Harper*
Joyce Martin Hill
Dr. Charley* and Beebe James
Sheila Bonner Kolb
James S. Konduros
Dr. Chris and Chantsie LaTorre
John H. Lumpkin, Jr.
B. Palmer McArthur*
Bill McDaniels
Fred S. Miller, Jr., D.D.*
John E. Peters*
P. Prithvi Reddy, MD
Hannah and Ron Rogers
Donna and Curt Rone
Charles R. Sloan, M.D.*
Frank S. Smith, Jr.*
Nathaniel John Stewart, M.D.
Ray Tanner
Don E. Taylor
John A. Warren*
Richard Wayburn, M.D.*
Linda Wells
Lynn Williams

30th Walk For Life and Famously Hot Pink Half Marathon, 5K + 10K

We’re celebrating the 30th birthday of Walk for Life! For years, we’ve been walking and running for Prisma Health Breast Center in Columbia, S.C. We’re moving to a virtual Walk for Life and Famously Hot Pink Half Marathon, 5K + 10K this fall. You can lace up and get moving in your own neighborhoods or nearby parks—all while continuing your support of patients and families faced with breast cancer.

Taking Children's Hospital on the Road

At this time, it’s best for some medically fragile children to stay home. To help reduce any risk of these children being exposed to COVID 19, pediatric subspecialists and team members have been hitting the road in the Prisma Health Mobile Health Unit to see the children in their own communities.

They’re “Taking Children’s Hospital on the Road,” and we’re committed to keeping those wheels turning! Champions Society and Rising Champions, annual giving societies for Prisma Health Children’s Hospital—Midlands, invite you to be part of their campaign to support this incredible mobile program for the kids.