On March 5, 2010, Easley Pediatrics, founded in 1983 by Dr. Gary Goudelock and Dr. Kent Jones, joined Greenville Health System (GHS) to become Pediatric Associates-Easley.
As part of , GHS’ multi-specialty physician group practice, we are now 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 multiple pediatric sub-specialists in fields ranging from cardiology to neurosurgery. Its child-friendly medical facilities include the region’s most advanced neonatal intensive care unit and perinatal center, along with a dedicated Children’s Emergency Center open around the clock.
Through the years, our practice has continued to grow with new providers: Dr. Scott Beane (1992); Dr. Stacy Garmon (1994); Dr. Anna Leavitt (1997); Dr. Carla Richards (1999); Dr. Mary Martin (2009); Dr. Anisha Kumar (2011), Dr. Beverly Ellington (2012), Dr. Ashley Godwin (2012), Dr. W. Randy Wilson (2012), Anne Bruce, NP (2014) and Dr. Kristie “Leigh” Bragg (2015). Our dedicated and highly trained staff look forward to caring for your children daily.
We take great pride in our families, who choose us to take care of their children!
Location & Hours
800 North A Street, Easley, SC 29640 (View Map)
At Pediatric Associates-Easley, we offer personalized, comprehensive, high-quality care including routine physicals, sports physicals, well-baby exams, immunizations and sick visits.
Our physicians evaluate chronic issues such as ADD/ADHD, obesity, asthma, allergies, chronic ear infections, reflux and skin conditions. We will make referrals to specialists, as needed.
Our office provides diagnostic testing such as complete blood counts, rapid RSV, strep culture, flu tests and urine testing.
We offer screening for anemia, diabetes, developmental issues, hearing and vision.
After Hours Pediatric Nurse Triage
Should your child become sick or injured after hours, please contact our office at 864-855-0001 to speak with a pediatric nurse, who is specially trained to evaluate sick and injured children. Depending on the situation, the nurse has several options: 1) Offer home treatment, 2) Recommend an appointment the next day, 3) Contact the physician on-call, 4) Request the child be taken to an appropriate emergency department. We offer this after hours service to ensure constant and consistent care to our patients.
Our physicians attend newborns at Baptist Easley Hospital, a partnership between Palmetto Health and Greenville Health System.
Well Child Checks
Well child checks can be scheduled up to three months in advance.
Please call our office during regular business hours to schedule an appointment. We continue to welcome same day sick visits, but you must call our office to schedule an appointment. We can no longer accept walk-in patients. Once all appointments are filled, the nursing staff will assist in scheduling remaining emergency appointments for the day.
Weekend appointments are for urgent care sick visits only. These appointments are not booked in advance. Patients are seen on a first come first serve basis.
We are currently accepting new patients. Please call our office for details
Patient Satisfaction Survey
As part of our ongoing quality assessment and improvement activities, we survey our patients to learn about their experiences here. Your comments and suggestions about your visit will help us evaluate our services, and understand how we might improve our care.
You may receive our survey by mail or email. To ensure confidentiality, this survey is administered by an independent third-party, Press Ganey Associates, Inc. It should take you approximately 5 minutes to complete.
Thank you in advance for completing the survey. Your participation will help us to improve the quality of care that we provide to you, your family, friends and neighbors.
Our practice is excited to have the opportunity to present clinical quality data to you that reflects data that our practice is measuring as part of our continued efforts to be your patient centered medical home.