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Transitional Year Residency: Contact

Welcome To Spartanburg Regional Transitional Year Program!

A Message from the Program Director…

Thank you for visiting the Spartanburg Regional Transitional Year Program website! As Program Director, I sincerely appreciate your interest in our program.

The TY residency at Spartanburg has a multi-decade, rich history of training talented young physicians in what is a critical year of clinical development for the newly minted physician. Our residents spend a clinical year in Spartanburg, rotating through multiple disciplines including Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Emergency Medicine, and then move on to a subspecialty residency in areas such as Dermatology, Radiology, Ophthalmology, and others. We consider our strengths to be our small size (6 residents per year), family atmosphere, and the teaching platform provided by our strong community hospital. Graduate Medical Education at SRHS includes Family Medicine and General Surgery Residency Programs, with whom our residents cooperatively work and collaborate.

Spartanburg itself is a family-friendly, growing small town, with a thriving downtown and multiple universities. Our city and hospital are both enjoying growth and momentum, but life in Sparkle City for most is “relaxed and slow-paced.”

We are proud of the experience we offer our residents and the success of our graduates. I look forward to carrying on the tradition of excellence in Spartanburg, and encourage you to take a look at what we have to offer.


Dr. Brandon Davis, a native of Spartanburg, has been the TY Program Director since 2015. He received his B.S. in Chemistry from Erskine College in Due West, SC in 1997, and then completed medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston in 2001. Dr. Davis completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Greenville Memorial Hospital in 2004, and has been practicing Internal Medicine in Spartanburg ever since, joining the Inpatient Medicine Team in 2008 and Medical Education in 2012. Dr. Davis and his wife Melanie have 3 children, Tyler, Savannah, and Cooper. He enjoys fishing, golf, and Gamecock football.

 

For more information about the Transitional Year Residency Program, contact: 

Sissy Thompson, Program Manager
864-560-6285
sthompson6@srhs.com

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