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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — UPSTATE SC | VOLUME 12 — ISSUE 2 76 HEALTH & WELLNESS everyone. Senior Life Solutions has been at St. Luke's for years, but we're always looking for opportunities to reintroduce ourselves and to meet new patients who can benefit from our services, like group therapy, medication management, and psychiatric evaluations." Earlier this year (2016), Bon Secours Health System became Bon Secours. Bon Secours St. Francis Downtown Greenville includes a hospital and the St. Francis Outpa- tient Center. Bon Secours St. Francis Downtown is a general medical and surgical hospital with 331 beds and is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. St. Francis has been recognized by several national organizations for quality, efficiency, and technology. They were included in Truven's 100 Top Hospitals, received the Gold Seal of Approval by the Joint Commission, was listed as one of the 100 Great Com- munity Hospitals in Becker's Hospital Review, and attain the Commission on Cancer's Outstanding Achievement Award by the American College of Surgeons. St. Francis has also been one of Healthgrades America's 100 Best in the following categories: cardiac care, critical care, gen- eral surgery, stroke care, joint replacement, orthopaedic surgery, pulmonary care, and patient experience. Bon Secours St. Francis is located at 317 St Francis Drive in downtown Greenville. By far the state's largest not-for-profit healthcare system is the Greenville Hospital System (GHS). GHS provides patients a sophisticated network of expertise and technologies through its five medical campuses, medical center, research and education facilities, commu- nity hospitals, wellness centers, physician practices and specialty facilities in the Upstate. Greenville Memorial Hospital (flagship for GHS), on the Greenville Memorial Medical Campus (GMMC), is a regional referral center for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to heart, cancer, women's services and reproductive endocrinology. The 710-bed hospital also contains GHS Children's Hospital, the Upstate's only comprehensive hospital program dedicated exclusively to children, along with a Children's Emergency Center. In addition to children's care the GMMC is a 24-hour Level I Emergency Trauma Center; offers acute care; women's hospital, diagnostic services, behavioral health (at the Marshall I. Pickens Hospital); ambulatory surgery (GMH and Cross Creek Surgery Center); Cancer Institute; Heart Institute; the Roger C. Peace Rehabilitation Hospital; Sleep Center; Institute for Translational Oncology Re- search (ITOR); HeartLife rehab; and the Memorial Medi- cal Office Building. Greenville Memorial is located at 701 Grove Road in Greenville. Also an integral part of the GHS is Laurens County Memorial Hospital, serving the residents of the greater Laurens County community since 1911. In 2013, Lau- rens County Health System (LCHS) became part of Greenville Health System. Its 90-bed hospital facility, Upstate Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine Center, and several prima- ry care practices now are part of GHS and serve in juxtaposi- tion with all facilities in the state's largest public healthcare network. LCHS is located at 22725 Hwy. 76 East in Clinton. At 830 South Buncombe Road in Greer, Greer Memo- rial Hospital (GMH) offers the latest in healthcare services while working hard to reflect the warmth and comfort of a patient's home. GMH has been named one of Becker's Hos- pital Review's Top 100 Community Hospitals. It has received Truven Health Analytics Everest Award and it is among the highest scoring hospitals in Medicare's Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction Program. The facility features a wom- en's center with a dedicated elevator to private labor/deliv- ery/recovery rooms with whirlpool bath, baby care station and sofa bed, and expanded emergency room beds, as well as an inpatient pediatric unit. Through their Simpsonville Medical Campus (SMC), residents have access to the complete range of health ser- vices backed up by the Greenville Health System. SMC offers patients and families both medical and emotional needs, primary and specialty services, prevention, and rehabilitation services. SMC is committed to providing 360 degree care, 365 days a year. The campus' most prominent structure is Hillcrest Memorial Hospital, specializing in short stay and outpatient surgical procedures. Hillcrest Memorial Hospital has been serving the Golden Strip Community for almost 50 years. The facility offers the latest technology and an experi- enced surgical team and staff of over 250. The Simpsonville Medical Campus is located at 729 S.E. Main Street in Simp- sonville, South Carolina. Serving the northern region and located in Travelers Rest on Main Street, the North Greenville Medical Campus (NGMC) is home to North Greenville Hospital (NGH) offering 24-hour emergency care and staffed by the same physicians who rotate throughout all Greenville Health System emergency care facilities. In addition to emergency care, the campus also provides outpatient services and long- term acute care. NGH is a 45-bed facility designated for adult long-term acute care patients, 17 and over, who require an extended hospital stay of 14 days or more. Oconee Memorial Hospital (OMH) on Memorial Drive in Seneca offers beautiful and spacious patient rooms offering privacy and comfort, when an overnight stay is required. Many of the rooms on the upper floors include pan- oramic views of Lake Keowee and the Blue Ridge Mountains. OMH has the facilities and highly-skilled staff to meet every need from birthing suites for families, to a dedicated center for patients having joint replacement surgery and everything in between.

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