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The Children’s Hospital inpatient services are located on the fifth and sixth floors of the Children’s Hospital and the Heart Tower at Greenville Memorial Hospital. Residents rotate through these areas as part of their Inpatient Wards, Newborn Nursery, Hematology-Oncology, Pediatric Intensive Care and Neonatal Intensive Care months as well as some subspecialty elective rotations.
The Children’s Emergency Center (CEC) is the Upstate’s only emergency care facility specifically for children. The CEC provides 24-7 care for approximately 29,000 patients each year and is a designated Level II Pediatric trauma center.
The Children’s Hospital consists of:
In addition to the physicians and pediatric nurses, the inpatient care team and resources include:
The Center for Pediatric Medicine (CPM) and its affiliated sites including the North Greenville Outpatient Center (NGOC), CPM-West, and The Ferlauto Center for Complex Pediatric Care provide the medical home for more than 22,000 children of the upstate. The patients served by CPM are 95% Medicaid and represent the diversity of Greenville’s population, including approximately 45% Hispanic patients. With the main site conveniently located across the street from the main hospital campus, CPM represents the largest Medicaid clinic in the state and sees approximately 50,000 visits a year. The NGOC site serves the smaller community of Travelers Rest and CPM-West was recently added to provide a location more convenient to that underserved community.
CPM and all the affiliated sites have received the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) designation as Patient-Centered Medical Homes. The physicians and staff at CPM are dedicated to continually improving the well-being of South Carolina’s children through innovative programs and partnerships. Program examples include the award winning family centered Asthma Program as well as focused clinic days for Adolescent medicine, foster care, new immigrants, and a psychiatric care clinic under supervision of psychiatrists and behavioral health specialists. CPM is also involved in numerous programs advocating for our community including Reach out and Read, promoting nutritional health as a distribution site for Foodshare-Greenville which offers seasonal, locally-grown fruits and veggies purchasable with $5 of SNAP/EBT benefits, and acting as a temporary medical home for unaccompanied immigrant children in a transitional foster care program.
Ancillary services provided at CPM:
Although Children’s Hospital is centered at Greenville Memorial Hospital, outpatient subspecialty services are available at the Children’s Hospital Outpatient Centers, with locations in Greenville and Spartanburg. These centers house most of the Children’s Hospital specialties including cardiology, developmental behavioral pediatrics, endocrinology, gastroenterology, infectious disease, nephrology & hypertension, neurology, ophthalmology, pain medicine, pulmonology, rheumatology, sleep medicine and urology. Across the hall is the GHS Outpatient Center, which includes pediatric outpatient surgery and radiology along with laboratory services, so families can schedule medical related visits in one location. The GHS Outpatient Center is the first such center in the state designed specifically for children. The family-centered environment features a staff trained and credentialed in the care of children, age-appropriate waiting playrooms, and child-friendly protocols.
InIn addition to our pediatric subspecialists, our residents have the opportunity to rotate with the renowned Greenwood Genetics Center which has a long history of providing genetics services across South Carolina, the United States and the world. Research at GCC focuses on taking bold and deliberate steps into genetic and genomic medicine with a commitment to advancing the diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and cure of genetic disorders. Clinics within GCC include areas of concentration in general genetics, metabolic / mitochondrial genetics, genetic counseling for personal/family history of cancer, prenatal clinics, and assisting in the diagnosis and treatment plan for clients of the SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs. Additionally, GCC provides state of the art testing in biochemical and molecular genetics and cytogenetics.