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Location Information

Location Information

Hours of Operation

Spartanburg Medical Center: 24/7
Ultrasound, Non-invasive Vascular

North Grove Medical Park: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Ultrasound, Non-invasive Vascular

Pelham Medical Center: Medical Office Building: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Ultrasound, Non-invasive Vascular, Echo

Genera, Non-invasive Vascular services 8:30 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Adult echocardiograms 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.


Department Phone Numbers

Spartanburg Medical Center Outpatient Center:
Ultrasound 864-560-6807
Non-invasive Vascular 864-560-8131

North Grove Medical Park:
Ultrasound 864-560-9006
Non-invasive Vascular 864-560-9033

Pelham Medical Center:
Ultrasound 864-849-9270
Non-invasive Vascular 864-530-4664


After Hours Phone Numbers

Spartanburg Medical Center: 864-560-5420

Pelham Medical Center: 864-560-4666 or 864-530-4664


    Types of Exams

    Types of Exams

    Soft Tissue Ultrasounds

    Soft Tissue Ultrasounds*

    Things We Do NOT Evaluate

    Things We Do NOT Evaluate

    • Bowel/intestines - if patient is experiencing lower abdominal pain and is a female, a pelvic ultrasound would be appropriate. If it is a male, we do not evaluate male pelvis, and another imaging modality should be considered.  All we can evaluate in the lower abdomen/pelvis on a male is the urinary bladder. If it is RLQ pain, the appendix can be evaluated.
    • Musculoskeletal – we do not evaluate for muscle tears, or any abnormalities associated with joints, ligaments, tendons. These are done in an orthopaedic office, as MSK ultrasound is its own specialty.
    • OB patients measuring 14 weeks/0 days or further along need to be referred to Maternal-Fetal Medicine.
    • Male pelvis – we do not evaluate prostate, seminal vesicles or penis. This is done in a urology office.
    • We do not perform diagnostic breast ultrasounds. We only evaluate for breast abscess. Please note that we do not evaluate axillary lymph nodes for patients at risk for, or with a history of, breast cancer. These patients should be referred to Bearden-Josey Center for Breast Health. 
    • We do not perform infant hip ultrasound with manipulation, only without manipulation.
    • We do not perform vascular ultrasounds, except for liver doppler. Vascular ultrasounds are performed in the vascular lab. 


    * Soft tissue ultrasounds evaluate a palpable and/or focal area only. For example, we cannot perform an US Femur left for general thigh pain. Ultrasound cannot scan the entire thigh. If there is a focal area of pain that the patient can pin-point, then we can evaluate that area even if there is nothing palpable, but we cannot scan an entire extremity for general pain, tingling, numbness, etc.