Children’s Hospital of Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center (GHS) – SOUTH CAROLINA

Address: 701 Grove Road
Greenville, SC 29605-5601
Phone: (864) 455-7000 Website:

Children's Hospital of Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center (GHS) is located in the Upstate of South Carolina offering all the health care your child will need to stay close to home. Whether you are seeking a convenient pediatric primary care practice or specialized services, our experienced and dedicated physicians are here when you need them.

Children’s Hospital inpatient services are located on the fifth and sixth floors of the Children’s Hospital and Heart Tower at Greenville Memorial Hospital. Children’s Hospital consists of a 44 bed medical/surgical unit, an 8 bed hematology-oncology unit, a 12 bed PICU, a 4 bed inpatient sleep lab, a 65 bed Bryan Neonatal ICU and a 50 bassinette nursery. Additional space within the Children’s Hospital houses the pediatric pharmacy, school for hospitalized children, playrooms and physical therapy. 

From primary care to specialty care, Children's Hospital at Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center (GHS) is dedicated to providing outstanding medical care for every child. We care for the whole child, recognizing that a child's needs are not limited to the medical aspects of treatment. And we are committed to serving not only the patient's emotional well-being but that of the parents and siblings as well.

Children's Hospital serves as the region's source for pediatric care. Board-certified physicians in multiple pediatric subspecialties and experienced in advanced medicine treat more than 180,000 infants, children and adolescents each year. Pediatric radiologists and anesthesiologists are on-site around the clock, providing expert care specifically tailored to the needs of children, including critically ill and premature newborns.

The Donald A. Gardner Family Center for Developing Minds – housed in the Division of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics of Children's Hospital, features a streamlined and coordinated approach that helps parents navigate the multiple doctors and therapies often required by children with developmental and neurological problems. Ultimately, center patients should be able to see a neurologist, neurosurgeon, orthopaedist, developmental pediatrician, physical therapist and perhaps orthotic equipment supplier – all on the same visit. Center personnel work closely with families, referring physicians, specialists and community resources to assure early intervention.  To learn more about the Donald A. Gardner Family Center for Developing Minds, please call (864) 454-5115.

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