Starting next year, GHS and Midlands-based Palmetto Health will officially retire their names and start going by Prisma Health, the largest hospital system in the South Carolina and top 50 in the United States.
At Greenville Health System (GHS), we are here for the community.
The new program will allow students to learn about health-related disparities firsthand and work with community partners to meet those needs.
For the past two years, I have been involved in a personal experiment of sorts to see what is actually is happening in government at the state and federal level.
Not long ago, GHS’s CEO Michael Riordan convinced the hospital’s trustees to agree to sell/lease nearly $4 billion of its assets to a “shadow” organization called The Strategic Coordinating Organization…
I’ve been on the board of Baptist Easley hospital now for six years. I’ve had the distinct honor of being the board chairman for the last two years. During that…
Some Greenville County legislators want Greenville Health System sold and the proceeds used for property tax relief, to buy new school buses, to pay for affordable housing in the city…
Many things in health care have changed tremendously since 1932 when the Sisters of St. Francis arrived in Greenville to run a hospital that would serve poor cotton mill village…
While the demand for MHAGC’s crisis services continues to increase, a lack of resources, compounded by funding cuts and volunteer shortages, has posed challenges for the agency.
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.
In partnership with First Citizens Bank and Teen Cancer America, Bon Secours St. Francis Health System announced Wednesday plans to open a new inpatient Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) cancer unit at its downtown Greenville facility.
The AHCA, Greenville’s new music venue, Will Rothschild’s exit from Spartanburg City Hall, and first looks at two downtown restaurants.
"Whatever health care law is deemed good for the American people should also be good enough for Congress."
This plan lets children stay on their parent’s plan until the age of 26. We allow for pre-existing conditions, because some of us will be more fortunate than others here.