Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)
The Medical University of South Carolina has served the citizens of South Carolina since 1824. It has expanded from a small private college for the training of physicians to a state university with a medical center and six colleges for the education of a broad range of health professionals, biomedical scientists and other health related personnel.
Trident Health System
Joining the Lowcountry in 1975, Trident Medical Center is a 296-bed, tertiary-care hospital providing a comprehensive range of services and specialties expected by a major medical center.
* 24-hour Emergency Room and ER Express
* Medical /Surgical Services
* Outpatient/Ambulatory Surgery
* Heart and Vascular Institute
* Level II Nursery
* Women's and Children's Health Services
* Trident Speech Services
* Diabetes and Wound Care
* Skilled Nursing Care
* Occupational Therapy
* Physical Therapy
* Trident Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
* Lab Services
* Medical Imaging Services
Roper St. Francis Healthcare
Recognized for its leading edge technology and best practices; Roper Hospital was founded as the first community hospital in the Carolinas. In 1829, Colonel Thomas Roper left $30,000 to the physicians of the Medical Society of South Carolina, with this gift the Medical Society established Roper Hospital.
Today, Roper is one of the most trusted names in healthcare in the Lowcountry. The hospital has won numerous national awards for quality patient care and has a reputation for providing state-of-the-art health services. The 453-bed acute care facility offers several Centers of Excellence.
East Cooper Regional Medical Center
First South Carolina hospital to be recognized for service excellence under the J.D. Power and Associates Distinguished Hospital Program. This distinction acknowledges a strong commitment by East Cooper Regional Medical Center to provide an outstanding patient experience.