SPARTANBURG, SC—Spartanburg Regional announced that it will open an “Immediate Care Center” on Spartanburg’s Eastside. The Immediate Care Center will offer patients the convenience of walk-in medical care with extended hours and operate seven days a week.
The new state of the art facility will be led by a group of experienced physicians, nurses, technicians and support staff. The Immediate Care Center will offer a convenient option for patients to be seen seven days a week without appointments and offer early morning and evening hours. Unlike most walk-in or “urgent” care centers in the Upstate, the Immediate Care Center could also function as a patient’s regular medical home.
An experienced team of board-certified physicians and support staff will be on hand to care for frequently treated illnesses and injuries such as: sprains and fractures, cuts and lacerations, eye injuries, rashes and burns, cold and flu symptoms, animal and insect bites, ear infections and sore throats.A community education room will also be available for interactive sessions on topics ranging from nutrition to diabetes and heart care.
Currently under construction, the Immediate Care Center-Eastside is located at 1200 East Main Street in Spartanburg and will open in early April 2013.
About Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System
Spartanburg Regional is the area’s largest employer with over 5,500 associates and more than 600 affiliated and employed physicians. Spartanburg Regional maintains a Level One Trauma Center designation and is a teaching hospital system. Featuring a full spectrum of services, the system is comprised of three hospitals, outpatient surgery centers, a multi-disciplinary physician network, a vibrant post-acute division, corporate health, a managed-care insurance company, is home to the Gibbs Cancer Center & Research Institute and the Gibbs National Research Institute. Partnership affiliations include; the National Cancer Institute Community Cancer Centers, the M. D. Anderson Cancer Network, Mercy Health, ROi (Resource Optimization & Innovation), and the Bon Secours St. Francis Health System. Since 1921, we have been committed to providing the best quality health care for our region and citizens.
Our commitment to serving the Upstate is long-established and we are constantly investing time, energy, and resources to provide the best possible healthcare for our community. We are also dedicated to reaching out to the community, and to put our resources into local organizations and groups that help to make a difference in the health and quality of life. Working together as a team, Spartanburg Regional takes a leadership role in improving the health of the community while maintaining financial stability.