Medical Clinics & Specialists
Offices in Spartanburg, Union, & Cherokee Counties
The vision of St. Luke’s is to be a ministry promoting the physical, emotional and spiritual health of Spartanburg County residents who are without governmental assistance or private insurance or the financial resources to afford such care.
On January 28, 1925, Dr. Hugh Ratchford Black opened a 35-bed hospital on the corner of Oakland Avenue and East Main Street in honor of his wife, Mary Black. Six patients were admitted that day. After 78 years of service to this community, Mary Black Memorial Hospital, an acute care facility licensed for 209 beds, continues to build on a tradition of excellence in medical care. Today, our medical staff of approximately 350 physicians represents all major specialties.
Spartanburg Ob/Gyn, PA, is an independent group of physicians practicing at four convenient upstate locations. Our physicians, striving to bring superior medical care to the community, were the first to perform laparoscopic hysterectomy and bladder tack in Spartanburg and surrounding counties. We have two of only six physicians in the state accredited by the Accreditation Council for Gynecological Endoscopy.
Spartanburg Regional Medical Center (SRMC) is part of the Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, which also includes the Spartanburg Hospital for Restorative Care, BJ Workman Memorial Hospital in Woodruff, and a network of physician offices in South and North Carolina.
Dr. Robert Dorlin Jr. MD