Keller Joins Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees


The Regional Medical Center (RMC) is pleased to announce that Cynthia D. Keller has been appointed to the RMC Board of Trustees by the Calhoun County Council. 

A native of Fort Motte, S.C., Keller has held several positions at Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS), including Telecommunications Engineer, Manager of Telecommunications and currently Information Technology Principal Advisor. After attending Calhoun County High School in Saint Matthews, Keller earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering technology from South Carolina State University in Orangeburg and a master’s degree in information technology management from Webster University in Columbia. 

In addition to her distinguished academic and professional career, Keller leads a full and active civic life. She currently serves as church clerk and choir director for Mount Zion Baptist Church, as secretary of the Felton Laboratory Charter School Board, as assistant secretary of the Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Association Upper Division, as treasurer of the Fort Motte Community Festival Committee and as an active board member for Calhoun County Resource, Inc. Keller is also a member of the Calhoun County Branch of the NAACP, Naomi Chapter Number 1 Order of the Eastern Star, Ladies Auxiliary VFW Post 10729, and the Greater Orangeburg Alumni Chapter of South Carolina State University. Previously, Keller served as president of the Orangeburg Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and as Chairman of the Calhoun County First Steps Board. 

Keller and her husband, Joseph O. Keller, reside in Saint Matthews with their 13-year-old daughter, Tamara. 

About the Regional Medical Center

Owned by Orangeburg and Calhoun counties, the Regional Medical Center (RMC) health system includes a 286-bed, acute-care hospital certified by The Joint Commission and 24 primary care and specialty care practices. RMC has advanced certification as a Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission and is designated as a Level III Trauma Center by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC).

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