Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Facts
Spartanburg Regional is recognized as an innovative leader in providing healthcare services to Spartanburg and serves a five-county area in the western Carolinas (Spartanburg, Cherokee and Union counties in South Carolina; Polk and Rutherford counties in North Carolina).
Founded in 1921, Spartanburg Regional has earned a reputation for technological excellence throughout the Southeast, while continuously providing the highest quality of care to patients. Spartanburg Regional is an integrated-delivery healthcare system, which includes the Spartanburg Regional Physician Group; Regional HealthPlus; the Spartanburg Regional Foundation; Hospital for Restorative Care; Spartanburg County Emergency Medical Services; a county-wide, non-emergency transportation system; and a new ultramodern medical campus 20 miles away called the Village Hospital.
Serving more than 100,000 patients each year, Spartanburg Regional is a 540-bed teaching and research hospital, featuring a modern eight-story patient tower with 168 private rooms. Among its most recognized departments are the Bearden-Josey Center for Breast Health, the Heart Center, the Gibbs Cancer Center, the Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, the Center for Women, and a 24-hour emergency Level 1 trauma center, equipped to treat any type of injury or massive trauma. Connected to Spartanburg Regional, the Regional Outpatient Center houses a wide range of state-of-the-art outpatient, diagnostic, laboratory and surgical procedures. The Center for Family Medicine, located in the Regional Outpatient Center, was created especially for residents and functions as a group practice. There is a laboratory in the center of the unit that handles most routine lab work.