We are pleased to announce the opening of the Children's Hospital Spartanburg Night Clinic. Our staff and board certified practitioners, specializing in pediatrics, will bring together the essential elements to evaluate and treat your child's illness or problem. We encourage appointments, but will accommodate walk-ins. The goal of the Children's Hospital Spartanburg Night Clinic is for your child to receive quality care in a caring, efficient manner.
As part of the Greenville Health System's (GHS) Multi-Specialty Physician Group Practice, we are more closely aligned with the many specialty services of Children's Hospital including the highest level of pediatric inpatient care in the Upstate. Children's Hospital employs many pediatric specialists in fields ranging from cardiology to urology. Its child-friendly facilities include the state's largest neonatal ICU and a 24-hour Children's Emergency Center.
As members of the GHS family, our dedicated and highly trained staff look forward to meeting your pediatric health needs.
Phone lines open up at 5:30 p.m. on Monday-Thursday and 1:30 p.m. on weekends. Most insurances accepted, including the S.C. Medicaid program or Medicaid Managed Care!
Most insurances accepted. Including: Blue Choice Medicaid, First Choice, Molina, Absolute Total Care, Wellcare, Advicare, and SC Medicaid.
For your convenience, we have made several forms available for download. This will have you better prepared for your visit, and reduce the amount of forms you will have to fill out during your visit. Just click on the links below to download a pdf copy of each form. If you don't have a pdf reader on your computer, please download a free reader here.
New Patient Packet
The new patient packet contains all the necessary information for becoming a new patient at CH Spartanburg Night Clinic. It includes demographics, guarantor information, disclosure of medical information, authorization for release of medical information, GHS financial policy and the notice of privacy practices.
For your convenience, the following forms are also available for download in a Spanish Version.
- Medical Director
George C. Haddad Jr., MD
- Where are you located?
201 E. Broad St., Suite 210
Spartanburg, SC 29306
(Click here for directions)
- What are your hours?
Monday - Thursday 6 - 9pm.
(Phone lines open @ 5:30pm)
Saturday & Sunday: 2 - 6pm
(Phone lines open @ 1:30pm)
- How can I contact you?
Phone: (864) 804-6998
Fax: (864) 207-2136
- When do you take calls?
CH Spartanburg Night Clinic receives calls Monday - Thursday from 5:30 - 9pm and Saturday & Sunday from 1:30 - 6pm.
- Is there a copay with my visit?
All copays are required at the time of visit. If you are unsure of your insurance company's policy, please be sure to contact them before your office visit.
- Can you help me with a bill?
CH Spartanburg Night Clinic is here to assist you. If you have questions about your bill, please give us a call. We can check your bill status, take payments by phone and set up payment plans. If there is an issue with a past bill needing to be refiled, we can also help you with that. For further information, you may also contact the hospital's main billing department at (864) 454-2000 or 1-888-284-6024.
- Can my child get an excuse for school?
School excuses can be written for days deemed necessary by your doctor. We are not allowed to make school excuses, if your child has not been seen in our office for their illness, injury, etc. Due to HIPAA laws, we are not allowed to fax school excuses.
- Are you taking new Medicaid patients?
Yes, CH Spartanburg Night Clinic is accepting new Medicaid patients.
- What type of Medicaid will you accept?
We accept Molina, Absolute Total Care, Wellcare, The Blues, Advicare and SC Medicaid Program.
- May I have a copy of my child's record for my own use?
Yes, but there are fees for this service. According to South Carolina law, Section 44-7-325 for Health Care Facilities and in your signed financial agreement with us, we may bill the following:
- $.65 per page for the first 30 pages
- $.50 per page for all other pages
- Clerical fee not to exceed $15.00
- Plus actual postage
We will send your child's health records at no cost, if we directly transfer to another doctor's office. If you prefer to have your own copy, then we will bill minimally the $15.00 clerical fee.
Safe Kids Upstate is one of more than 450 coalitions affiliated with Safe Kids Worldwide, an organization whose mission is to prevent accidental childhood injury, a leading killer of children 14 and under. There are 15 Safe Kids coalitions in South Carolina.
Safe Kids Upstate Coalition, led by Greenville Health System Children's Hospital Children's Advocacy, consists of more than 70 community partners, who join together to fight unintentional injuries. To learn more about Safe Kids, click here.
New Impact: A Healthy Lifestyles Program
New Impact is an exciting program developed at the GHS Children's Hospital, in response to the nationwide problem of pediatric obesity. If your child is struggling with his or her weight, let us help. New Impact is a comprehensive weight management program for children and adolescents between the ages of 6 and 21. We use the most current treatment techniques to offer pediatric patients effective ways to manage weight and adopt a healthier lifestyle. To learn more about the New Impact: A Healthier Lifestyles Program, click here.