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Thank you for choosing Greenville Health System (GHS) as your healthcare partner. We want you to feel comfortable and confident during your stay with us. We understand that you probably have some questions and concerns about the treatment you're about to undergo, whether you'll be having an outpatient procedure or a longer hospital stay. We hope you'll find the answers to your questions here. Your comfort and sense of well-being, before and after your surgery, is of the utmost importance to us. If you have questions or concerns, please call our patient care line at (864) 455-5555, or talk to your physician.

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In 2006, South Carolina state lawmakers passed the Hospital Infections Disclosure Act (HIDA). This law requires hospitals to report certain infection rates to the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) and the public. 

Twice a year, hospitals are required to report infections that patients developed while being treated in the hospital. Hospitals are not required to report infections that patients had when they were admitted.

The current HIDA Annual Report is available at 

Privacy Practices

Greenville Health System makes every effort to keep your medical information private. Please take the time to read our complete privacy policy.

Below are some links that may be helpful for GHS patients and family.  Note that GHS is not responsible for the content on these sites. They are listed here only as a convenience for our patients and visitors.

Language Services

Greenville Health System provides a number of interpretation and translation services for our patients.

  • Spanish-English interpreters
  • Phone services your medical team can access
  • Deaf-Talk, a telephonic video-conferencing system for hard-of-hearing and deaf patients

We also offer a wide range of other language services in order to provide medical care to all of our patients in their native language. However, advance notice may be necessary. If you have questions or need to coordinate language services, consult your physician or call the Diversity Department at (864) 455-1584.

Language services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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