McLeod Health

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McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence, South Carolina, part of McLeod Health.

McLeod Health is a hospital network serving the twelve counties of northeastern South Carolina. McLeod Health was founded in 1906. It is a locally owned, not-for-profit institution. The organization has a staff of nearly 4,800, including nearly 400 physicians and more than 1,400 nurses. McLeod Health operates 30 medical practices.

In July 2010, McLeod Regional Medical Center was honored with the American Hospital Association-McKesson Quest for Quality Prize, awarded annually to only one hospital in the United States.

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McLeod operates facilities all across the Pee Dee area which includes 3 hospitals and a fitness center in the following locations.

  • McLeod Regional Medical Center is a 453-bed non-profit medical center located on a 75-acre (300,000 m2) campus in Downtown Florence, the hospital complex in downtown contains the Cardiovascular Institute, the Center for Advance Surgery, the Cancer Center and the only Children's Hospital unit in the Northeastern portion of South Carolina.
  • McLeod Loris - Founded in 1950 in Loris, South Carolina is a fully accredited acute care facility with 105 licensed beds. It offers a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services, and a medical staff made up of more than 120 active and affiliate physicians.

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