Laurens County Memorial Hospital, part of Greenville Health System, has been caring for the residents of the greater Laurens County community since 1911. Throughout its history, the highest priority has been on providing compassionate, exceptional care to the families it serves. Laurens County Memorial Hospital has sustained many changes since it was originally opened as Laurens County Hospital, and has grown into a hospital that not only cares for the sick, but also leads the community with outreach programs and services.
In July 2013, Laurens County Health System became part of Greenville Health System. Its 90-bed hospital facility, Upstate Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine Center and several primary care practices now are part of GHS and serve as a gateway to the comprehensive offerings available through the state’s largest public healthcare network.
For the latest information on programs and services offered by Greenville Health System, view our Spring/Summer 2016 edition of Inside Health magazine.
- Birthing Center
- Breast Care Center
- Cancer Services
- Cardiopulmonary Services
- Children’s Services
- Community Wellness Programs
- Critical Care Unit
- Diabetes Center
- Emergency Medicine
- Heart Care
- Joint Care
- Pulmo Care
- Rehabilitation Services
- Surgical Services
- Transitional Life Center
- Upstate Wound Healing Services
- Women’ s Services
Address and Directions
Critical Care Unit
Immediate family only, two visitors at a time.
Labor and Delivery: Only two visitors at a time. Small children are only permitted to visit a sibling and must be accompanied by a parent who can supervise them.
Post-Partum: 11 a.m.-9 p.m., two visitors at a time. When babies are with mothers, only fathers and siblings may be in the room.
11 a.m.-9 p.m., two visitors at a time, visits limited to 30 minutes.
Two visitors may stay with patient in the pre-operative room.
The support of your clergyperson may be important to you and your recovery. Clergy may visit at any time at the discretion of the responsible nurse. If you would like your pastor or minister to visit, please contact (or have a family member contact) him or her.
A chaplain is on call to assist those who may not have a regular minister. Please tell your nurse if you would like the chaplain to visit with you or your family.
Breakfast: 7-8:45 a.m.
Lunch: 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Dinner: 4:30-7 p.m.