When You Need Care and Need it Now
When the unexpected happens and you need immediate medical care, you can count on GHS. We offer high-quality emergency centers throughout the upstate area, where your medical needs will be met by a team of board-certified emergency medicine doctors supported by specially trained nursing staff and technicians.
Greenville Memorial Hospital offers the only Level I Trauma Center in Greenville, along with the Children’s Emergency Center, the Upstate’s only emergency center dedicated to children. In addition, GMH houses Greenville’s most advanced Chest Pain Center along with the Upstate’s only pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) to treat the most severe injuries and illnesses in children.
701 Grove Road, Greenville, 29601
22725 Highway 76 East, Clinton, 29325
North Greenville Hospital
807 N. Main St., Travelers Rest, 29690
Oconee Memorial Hospital
298 Memorial Drive, Seneca, 29672
Note: No emergency facilities are available at Patewood Memorial Hospital.
When to Call 911
If you have any of the following symptoms, call 911 immediately.
- Difficulty breathing
- Symptoms of a heart attack: chest pain, pain in the left arm or jaw, sudden weakness or dizziness
- Signs of a stroke: slurred speech, severe headache, weakness or numbness on one side of the body, loss of consciousness
- Life- or limb-threatening injury
Alternatives to the Emergency Room
If you need medical care but your situation is not a true emergency, it may be more efficient to get care from an alternative source. If you need help figuring out whether your situation requires a visit to an emergency center, click here. Read through the following list to see if you can save yourself a trip to the ER.
When your situation is not a medical emergency but you want to be seen by a doctor today for an unexpected illness or injury, MD360® Convenient Care provides walk-in care for such cases. MD360’s soon to be five locations—in Greenville, Greer, Five Forks, Powdersville (in collaboration with Baptist Easley) and Boiling Springs—offer quick access for residents across the Upstate. Mountain Lakes Community Care in Seneca also offers urgent care services.
Pediatric After-hours Care
When your child needs medical attention after normal business hours or on the weekend, GHS offers pediatric after-hours care in both Greenville and Spartanburg. At Children’s Hospital After-hours Care and Children’s Hospital Spartanburg Night Clinic, your child can be seen by a board-certified pediatrician and staff specially trained in pediatric medicine.
Broken Bones, Sprains or Muscle Injuries
When you need urgent care for bone, joint or muscle injuries outside of normal business hours, Steadman Hawkins Injury & Fracture Treatment (Evening S.H.I.F.T) offers care for this type of medical need from 5:30-8 p.m. on Mondays-Thursdays and 1-4 p.m. Fridays. NOTE: For broken bones with deformity, you will need to visit an emergency center.
Mobile Health Clinic
If you need medical care but can’t visit a regular doctor, either because you don’t have insurance or because you don’t have a way to get to a doctor’s office, you can get care at GHS’ Mobile Health Clinic, which makes regular visits to community centers in Greenville’s Belle Meade, Berea, City View, Dunean, Nicholtown and West Greenville neighborhoods. You also can find a calendar of site locations (in both English and Spanish) on the web page.
For quick care for common minor medical issues such as urinary tract infections, sinus pain, colds, ear and eye pain and more, hop online and connect with a GHS provider using your computer or mobile device. You’ll receive a diagnosis, treatment plan and prescription (if needed) within an hour, for just a $20 fee.