The OB/GYN Center has been serving women in the Greenville community for 40 years. The practice is operated at a single site and provides prenatal care for more than 2,800 pregnant women each year. The Center also offers primary care gynecology services to women.
Prenatal care for low-risk women is provided by five nurse practitioners and two certified nurse midwives. High-risk patients are seen by resident physicians under the supervision of maternal-fetal medicine doctors. The Center has facilities on-site for lab testing and limited ultrasound studies. Women who need diagnostic prenatal ultrasound services are referred to the Maternal-Fetal Medicine practice. A full-time clinical nutrition specialist provides diabetic education to patients with gestational diabetes. Telephone triage is available to patients 24 hours a day.
In addition to prenatal care services, enrollment counselors for both South Carolina Medicaid and the WIC Program (Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children) are available on-site. Case management services are provided by three social workers, one of whom specializes in working with pregnant teens. There also are two full-time Spanish translators.
At the OB/GYN Center, we know that pregnancy and birth are key events in the life of any family. That’s why our providers and staff consider it a privilege to be part of your pregnancy experience. We strive to provide you with high-quality care in a comfortable, nurturing environment.
Pregnant women are faced with many choices. Starting the decision-making process early will help you make the best possible choices for you and your baby. Doing the following things will make your pregnancy experience easier.
SC Hospitals and Medicaid partner to reduce preterm births.
GHS is proud to be part of the initiative to reduce the number of low birthweight and preterm infants born in our state. Click here to learn more about this pledge and to see other SC hospitals who have joined us in this stance.
Nurse-Family Partnership helps transform the lives of first-time moms and their babies living in underserved communities. The program involves ongoing home visits from registered nurses. This helps low-income first-time moms receive the care and support they need to have a healthy pregnancy, provide responsible care for their children, and become more self-sufficient. From pregnancy until the child turns 2, these nurses form a valuable, trusting relationship with moms, instilling confidence and empowering them to achieve a better life for themselves and their children.
The Greenville Health System OB Center office of Nurse-Family Partnership is located at 1200 W. Faris Road in Greenville. For more information, or to refer someone to the local program for Nurse-Family Partnership, contact Lisa Skinner at (864) 295-7601.
An evidence-based community health program, Nurse-Family Partnership’s outcomes include long-term family improvements in health, education, and economic self-sufficiency. By helping to break the cycle of poverty, we play an important role in helping to improve the lives of society’s most vulnerable members, build stronger communities, and leave a positive impact on this and future generations. Click here to learn more about the national organization of Nurse-Family Partnership and how you can make a difference.