Across the country, hospitals are turning to mergers, affiliations, and partnerships to navigate the changing health care landscape. In fact, it’s happening right here at home, with the Greenville Health System (GHS) announcing they’re joining forces with the Midlands-based Palmetto Health.
The Accelerated Pathways to MUSC collaboration will start in the fall of 2017, and it will save students about one year of study.
The first of Healthy Greenville’s initial $4 million in grants will go to the organizations that have the best ideas of how to fix the county’s worst health problems.
The USC Arnold School of Public Health launches new satellite program in Greenville.
Oral, head, and neck cancers are ranked in the top five cancers nationwide, and they’re particularly prevalent in people who smoke and drink heavily.
You probably didn’t know this. In fact, most don’t. Heart disease is the leading killer of women and takes the life of one woman every 80 seconds. For many women, it’s not obvious they’re having a heart attack. Many times, women experience subtle symptoms, not unlike the flu: nausea, tiredness, and fatigue. While men often […]
America remains a country where seven out of 10 people are overweight or obese, a daunting problem for the nation and for employers — a message LiveWell Greenville brought home to corporate leaders at an executive summit.
Dwight Rice was in jail when a medical emergency sent him to the hospital. His health care providers not only saved his life, they turned it around.
Clemson and GHS break ground at 701 Grove Road for the new Clemson University Center for Nursing, Health Research and Innovation facility.
Marshall I. Pickens Hospital will add 19 psychiatric beds to its 46-bed hospital, after receiving a green light from state officials.
Upstate company receives $200,000 from state-chartered organization’s affiliate. Patrona Medical designs, develops and markets product innovations associated with patient monitoring during hospital stays.
Baptist Easley has opened a new medical facility at Patrick Square. The building will include Clemson Primary Care, Clemson Neurology, Roger C. Peace Rehab Services, and Baptist Easley Sleep Lab. Outpatient radiology and laboratory services are also available at the site, located at 101 Chapman Hill Road, Clemson.
Greenville Health System’s new 20,000-square-foot medical center under construction at 2400 Highway 9 in Boiling Springs will offer multiple services for patients.