Hampton Regional Medical Center Opens New Medical Office Building June 3, 2013
VARNVILLE, SC (May 29, 2013) - Hampton Regional Medical Center (HRMC) is proud to announce the opening of its new 10,000 SF state-of-the-art medical office building on Monday, June 3. The building will be the new home of Coastal Plains Primary Care and HRMC's Outpatient Rehabilitation department.
The opening of the new medical office building is an additional mark of expansion since the hospital opened its new facility nearly five years ago. "The new medical office building will allow us to provide continued, high quality medical services to residents in our area," said Nikki Troxclair, director of marketing for HRMC. "Our mission is to provide compassion, commitment and excellence to every patient, every time."
The building provides additional square feet to both the primary care practice and the outpatient rehabilitation department. The rehabilitation department will be outfitted with new equipment that will help facilitate the recovery for patients undergoing physical and occupational therapy. Additionally, the hospital's Cardiac Rehabilitation department will move into the first floor space in the hospital building that was previously occupied by the Physical Therapy department. The relocation of the Cardiac Rehab department expands their space so it can accommodate additional patients.
For more information about HRMC's new medical office building, please contact: 803.943.2771.
To schedule an appointment:
- Coastal Plains Primary Care, 803.943.7612
- Hampton Regional Medical Center Outpatient Rehabilitation, 803.943.1264
About Hampton Regional Medical Center:
Mission: Compassion, Commitment and Excellence. Every person, every time.
Hampton Regional Medical Center is Hampton County's only award-winning private, not-for-profit hospital governed by a local board of directors. Affiliated with Roper St. Francis, it has been providing services to the region since 1950. The 32-bed hospital is 85,000 SF and has on-site 24-hour emergency care, state-of-the art diagnostic imaging services, laboratory, surgery, and rehabilitation. It is the recipient of the 2012 South Carolina Outstanding Rural Healthcare Organization of the Year.
The hospital campus includes two medical office buildings that house Coastal Plains Physician Associates and Primary Care. The multi-specialty physician group is a not-for-profit organization, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hampton Regional Medical Center. Coastal Plains offer services in primary care medicine, general surgery, orthopedics, cardiology, and radiology. Additionally, the hospital works with physician specialists from around the state to provide on-site appointments in neurology, ophthalmology, podiatry, and vascular & vein.
For more information about Hampton Regional Medical Center and Coastal Plains, visit: www.hamptonregional.org