McLeod Health Cheraw – part of the McLeod Health family of not-for-profit hospitals – dedicates itself to creating lasting relationships with our patients, while providing Chesterfield and Marlboro Counties with the finest in health care services.
McLeod Health Cheraw has 59 acute care beds, along with an expanding list of cardiac, women’s, surgical, orthopedic and other services. As part of McLeod Health, patients receive direct access to specialized services, improved technology, an outstanding physician network and enhanced facilities. We have the services you need here and now.
In addition to fiscal stability, McLeod Health brings to our hospital its nationally recognized processes and efforts to ensure patient safety and improve the quality of care. For 2016, McLeod Health received 24 Top Honors from Healthgrades, the country’s leading third-party health care rating organization.
Although Revolutionary and Civil War soldiers were treated in Old St. David’s Church in Cheraw and news reports from 1923 tell of a two-day tonsil clinic, Cheraw got its first real hospital thanks to a land donation from then Cheraw Mayor Russell Bennett. In 1980, a new hospital replaced the original one on the donated site.READ MORE
After the hospital underwent a series of ownership changes, McLeod Health officially started operating Chesterfield General Hospital as McLeod Health Cheraw in mid-2015. Now serving Chesterfield, Marlboro and surrounding counties, McLeod Health Cheraw continues adding new services and specialists while continuing to offer excellent patient-centered care.Close