Quality Women’s Care
Greenville Ob/Gyn is the oldest Ob/Gyn practice in Greenville and has been a leader in women’s health care in the Upstate for over 50 years. Our physicians have over one hundred years of combined experience in caring for women throughout life’s changes.
Our goal is to provide the highest quality medical care while developing unique relationships with our patients. We understand that communication and compassion are essential factors of any physician-patient interaction. While we continue to keep pace with the latest advancements in medicine, we never forget that each patient is a unique individual.
Welcoming New Patients!
Our Simpsonville location just moved to a larger, more comfortable and more convenient office. Our new address is 1409 West Georgia Road, Suite D.
Babyscripts is Here!
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A powerful tool for moms on the go. GHS is implementing the Babyscripts app system wide to improve the prenatal experience and well baby outcomes for our moms. Babyscripts is the only doctor delivered digital health tool that leverages the full power of technology to elevate the standard of prenatal care. This mobile app provides a “to-do list” that guides the mother through each gestation period with practice-specific, provider-approved tasks related to nutrition, exercise, and other behaviors appropriate to her pregnancy and specific to the practice.
We’d love for you to sign up today. Ask your provider or office staff for details.
Having a Baby?
We provide obstetric care for women during and after pregnancy. From prenatal care to postpartum care, our providers are here to provide the best in health care for you and your baby.
Services & Procedures
Our physicians remain on the leading edge of women’s healthcare issues. We offer a variety of services and procedures to help our patients achieve and maintain their best health possible.
Breast health begins with breast awareness, or a sense of what’s normal for your breasts. Learn about the different ways to monitor your breasts for changes and when to talk to your doctor.