At McLeod Health Clarendon, 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. Our team consists of compassionate professionals dedicated to providing quality care and services to the communities we serve.
Cardiac Care at McLeod Health Clarendon focuses on heart functions and disorders, as well as the circulatory system connected to the heart.
A recent multi-million dollar renovation includes a convenient patient drop-off, a new admissions department and a more comfortable family waiting room. We perform many procedures on an outpatient basis, increasing convenience for our patients and their families. In support of quality care, our operating rooms reflect designs for efficiency and patient safety.
The Women’s Health program at McLeod Health Clarendon is dedicated to providing preventive, diagnostic and clinical services that support the health and wellness of women of all ages. We offer prenatal care, pregnancy, childbirth services, and pelvic health.
Other women’s services include Gynecologic care for all stages of life including later-life problems, such as incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse and other pelvic health conditions. Visit McLeod Women’s Care Clarendon for appointment.
McLeod Health Clarendon has a maternity center offering labor, delivery, recovery, postpartum and nursery services in a spacious, home-like setting with five birthing suites. We offer:
Centering Pregnancy®, is a new approach to prenatal visits where 8 to 12 women with similar due dates meet for 2-hour sessions throughout their pregnancy. Key components of Centering include health assessment, interactive learning and community building. For more information, call McLeod Women’s Care Clarendon at (803) 433-0797 or visit website.READ MORE
Each Centering session generally includes:
Midwives – specialists in normal pregnancy and birth – look after a pregnant woman and her baby during labor, birth and for up to 28 days after the baby’s birth. We have one of the few midwifery programs in the region, offering two board-certified midwives. Call (803) 433-0797 or visit McLeod Women’s Care Clarendon website for more details.
To make your birth experience as positive as possible, we offer:
To sign up for a tour or childbirth class, call (803) 433-0797.
When putting an infant to sleep, make sure they are:
Alone. Not with you in bed or in a chair.
On their Back. Always place your baby on their back when sleeping.
In a Crib. Not in a car seat or on the couch. Remove all loose bedding, blankets, bumper pads, and stuffed animals.
People in Clarendon and surrounding counties can now undergo orthopedic diagnosis and surgery in Manning, thanks to McLeod Orthopaedics Clarendon. Dr. Lawrence Conley is trained in all orthopedic areas, including joint arthroplasty, as well as shoulder, hip and knee arthroscopy. “I truly enjoy the full breadth of general orthopedics,” says Dr. Conley, who also handles hand and upper extremity care. For an appointment, call (803) 433-3065.
Find out more about orthopedic conditions and services available at McLeod Health.
McLeod Health Clarendon offers nationally accredited home health services to residents of Clarendon and Sumter counties. Home health allows patients to receive necessary health care services in the comfort and familiar surroundings of home. Services require a physician’s referral is required. Call (803) 435-4494 for more information.
At McLeod Health Clarendon, diagnostic imaging creates a graphic depiction of the structures and functions of the body’s organs and internal systems. Physicians use these images – many in color, 3-D or motion — to examine and diagnose certain medical conditions. Call (843) 777-2095 and choose option 1 to set up an appointment.
Sleep disorders come in more than 80 forms, including sleep apnea, insomnia and restless legs syndrome. These conditions can significantly hurt your sleep, safety and quality of life. At McLeod Health Clarendon Sleep Lab, a team of medical professionals evaluates your symptoms through a sleep study and find ways to help you get a better night’s rest.
The goal of the community paramedic program is to help those individuals who have a chronic illness to better manage that illness in an effort to improve his/her quality of life.
Patients with conditions related to a chronic illness or other conditions that my result in high utilization of the emergency department, may be referred to this program by a Physician, or the patient themselves may request admission to the program.READ MORE
After the referral is submitted a Community Paramedic will visit your home within 72 hours to evaluate your needs and set up a care plan designed to help you manage your condition. Regular home visits will continue for a period of 30 to 90 days to ensure the patient understands their discharge plan and how to properly manage his/her chronic condition. In addition, patients will be connected with a primary care physician if they do not have one or other resources they may require to adequately assist them with managing their illness. Candidates of the program will have the opportunity to contact their Community Paramedic before utilizing 911. For more information, please call, McLeod Health Clarendon Community Paramedic Program at (803) 435-3100 Ext.3434.Close