If you experience connectivity problems AFTER attempting to call your physician’s office, please call 912.691.3600.
Several of our offices are experiencing phone connectivity problems due to issues related to our phone carrier, Windstream Communications. This problem has been on-going for some time and as a result, SouthCoast Health has made the difficult decision to transfer our service to another phone vendor.
We are committed to making this transition as seamless as possible to our patients; however, if you experience connectivity problems after attempting to call your physician’s office, please call 912.691.3600. In addition, if you are a member of our FollowMyHealth portal, you may request appointments, prescription refills and send messages to your physician’s nurse via the portal.
Friday, May 25, 2018
Fox 28 reporter Robert Catanese recently visited SouthCoast Health neurologist Dr. Victor Rosenfeld at our Savannah campus to discuss the long-lasting, adverse health conditions linked to cell phone addiction and how it affects our bodies.
"This is turning into, probably, an epidemic in terms of its addiction," said Rosenfeld. "Every time that you get an alert or ping on your phone, that creates a surge of dopamine in your brain.”
In the SouthCoast Health blog “Our Brains Rewired: The Effects of Our Phones on Our Body,” Dr. Rosenfeld explained that dopamine is very power chemical that leads to addiction and also provided tips to managing “cell phone addiction.”
Also, Fox 28 featured a follow-up segment that highlighted the rise of “nomophobia,” an irrational fear of being without your mobile phone or unable to use it. Dr. Rosenfeld gave some tips for limiting the use of your smartphone that can help overcome this fear.
Watch Dr. Rosenfeld’s interview in both segments to learn more.
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