Union Medical Center
Union Medical Center (UMC) began providing healthcare services to the residents of Union County when it was founded in 1921 as Wallace Thomson Hospital. Now a part of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS), Union Medical Center is a 143-bed hospital located in Union, SC.
UMC patients enjoy the benefits of belonging to the integrated healthcare delivery system of SRHS, which includes coordinated care of medical services, access to a multi-specialty physician group, care provided by the same board certified inpatient and emergency center physicians, increased efficiencies and access to the most advanced technologies.
Obstetric services are now delivered at Spartanburg Medical Center, where mothers can benefit from 24-hour OB/GYN coverage, neonatologists, anesthesiologists, private labor-and-delivery and mother-baby suites, a lactation center and a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
SRHS purchased land in Union County in winter 2015 to build a brand-new facility in the near future. Once completed, the new facility will provide enhanced services and clinical capabilities providing a better patient experience to the residents of Union County.