The Children's Emergency Center is located in Greenville Memorial Hospital. The Children’s Emergency Center provides a separate facility for children from birth to 18 years, enabling them to receive emergency care away from the sights and sounds of a typical adult emergency room. It is directed by a pediatric emergency medicine physician and staffed by pediatricians, pediatric nurses, and child life specialists. The Children's Emergency Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Upstate’s only dedicated Children’s Emergency Center treats approximately 23,000 children each year. Physicians are board-certified or double-boarded in emergency medicine, pediatric emergency medicine and/or pediatrics, and more than 30 pediatric subspecialists are available for consultation. If admitted, patients receive the highest-level pediatric care in the region at GHS Children’s Hospital, which includes a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.
Everyone on staff approaches emergency care through the eyes of a child, and all are specially trained in pediatric care and sensitive to the needs of children and their families.
GHS Children's Emergency Center is located on the Greenville Memorial Medical Campus.
GHS Children's Emergency Center
Follow 25 and 276 into Greenville. They will merge into Highway 25 Business, also known as Buncombe Street. Continue on Buncombe Street, which will become one way (the name will change to North Street). You will cross Academy, Richardson, Main, and Spring streets. Turn right onto Church Street. Turn left at the fourth traffic light, Augusta Street (25 South). Turn right at first traffic light onto Grove Road.