Our mission at The Children’s Medical Center is to provide excellent patient care in a compassionate environment. We strive to serve as partners with parents to maintain wellness and develop healthy habits in our youth.
Community and Family Health Clinics
For 80 years, March of Dimes has helped millions of babies survive and thrive. Now we’re building on that legacy to level the playing field for all moms and babies, no matter their age, socio-economic background or demographics. We support moms throughout their pregnancy, even when everything doesn’t go according to plan. We advocate for policies that prioritize their health. We support radical improvements to the care they receive. And we pioneer research to find solutions to the biggest health threats to moms and babies.
Welcome to Shriners Hospitals for Children — Greenville. We are one of 22 hospitals in an international health care system dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing pediatric specialty care, innovative research and outstanding teaching programs.
Children’s Hospital of Greenville Health System (GHS) is located in Upstate South Carolina. Board-certified physicians care for more than 400,000 infants, children, and adolescents each year. From primary care to specialty care, we are dedicated to providing outstanding medical care for every child
Greenville Family Medicine has been caring for generations of Upstate families. Our providers are carrying on a tradition of quality care in a welcoming and enhanced setting with the introduction of electronic medical records and the support of Greenville Health System.
Great healthcare comes from an extensive understanding of medicine and physicians who care about each of their patients as individuals. At Highlands Center for Women, we give our patients both.
877 W. Faris Road, Greenville, S.C. (864) 455-7800
The clinic is located at 600 Arlington Avenue, on the corner of Arlington Avenue and S. Leach Street in downtown Greenville. The clinic serves low-income residents of Greenville County who have no medical coverage (that is, no Medicaid, Medicare, or private health insurance). Eligibility is determined by total household income and the number of people in the household. To be screened for assistance, potential patients must bring Social security cards, paycheck stubs, and verification of Greenville County residency.