Spartanburg Medical Center

Spartanburg Medical Center is a research and teaching hospital with two locations in Spartanburg: Spartanburg Medical Center campus on East Wood Street and Spartanburg Medical Center — Mary Black Campus on Skylyn Drive. With a total of 747 beds, Spartanburg Medical Center offers diagnosis and treatment for Upstate South Carolina residents. Formerly Mary Black Memorial Hospital, Spartanburg Medical Center—Mary Black Campus became part of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System in 2019.

Spartanburg Regional Hospital System

Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS) is one of South Carolina’s largest healthcare systems. SRHS draws patients primarily from the areas of Spartanburg, Cherokee, Union, and Greenville counties.

Mission St. Joseph’s Health System
St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic

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.

Mary Black Health System

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.

Carolina Counseling
American Red Cross of the Palmetto SC Region

The Palmetto SC Region of the American Red Cross provides vital services to the residents of South Carolina including disaster relief, health and safety classes, blood collection for hospitals and services to the armed forces.

SAFE Homes Rape Crisis Coalition

SAFE Homes Rape Crisis Coalition serves Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union Counties, giving help, support, and emergency shelter to victims of rape and domestic violence and their children.

Children’s Hospital of Greenville Hospital System