Our Affiliate System

We are building one organization with affiliates in two regions. Our parent company, now known as Prisma Health, supports both affiliates with overall direction and leadership as we continue to align. We will soon share one brand across the entire organization to better reflect this. The rebranded Palmetto Health-USC Medical Group will continue to operate as a joint venture between the Midlands affiliate and the USC School of Medicine.

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We are becoming Prisma Health in early 2019

Brain Tumor Center

Individualized compassionate care.

When faced with the unexpected news of a brain or spinal tumor, the first thing most patients experience is emotional shock. We understand. The next experience may be fear and curiosity. We understand that as well.

The physicians and staff of the GHS Brain Tumor Center (BTC) want to be a part of your education process. When you’re facing an unknown disease, you need information, and you need it quickly. Our center is here to be a resource for education, treatment and recovery. And, because we know this is a very anxious and emotional time, we are committed to seeing new patients within seven business days after contacting our office.

We know that receiving a brain tumor diagnosis can be scary. View the video below for an overview of the condition and to learn more about what to expect as you move forward in this journey.



How May We Help You?

Call us: (864) 455-6200

Neuroscience Institute
Brain Tumor Specialists

W. Jeffery Edenfield, MD
Medical Oncologist

David L. Grisell, DO
Radiation Oncologist

Philip J. Hodge, MD
Neurosurgeon

Charles C. Kanos, MD
Neurosurgeon

Michael Lynn, MD
Neurosurgeon

About Our Program

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The GHS Brain Tumor Center is a dedicated program focused solely on brain and spinal tumors. Our center offers access to the physicians and specialty services you need in one place.

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Tumor Symptoms

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A tumor is a mass of tissue that’s formed by an accumulation of abnormal cells. Normally, the cells in your body age, die, and are replaced by new cells. With cancer and other tumors, something disrupts this cycle.

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Resources

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The journey from diagnosis and treatment to recovery can be filled with may questions. We’ve provided resources to help answer questions and keep you on the path that’s right for you.

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