Serving northern Horry County (SC) and southern Brunswick County (NC), McLeod Health Seacoast has 118 patient beds, along with an expanding list of services. Our recent expansion includes our new modern patient tower in Little River and growth into the Carolina Forest area of Myrtle Beach.
Generous giving to the McLeod Foundation helps fund essential programs, services & equipment supporting McLeod Health Seacoast.
McLeod Health and leaders from various hospitals in our region have come together with an urgent appeal to our communities to stand together in slowing the spread of COVID-19. Watch the video on left for more information.
Part of Loris Community Hospital, Seacoast Medical Center opened in 2011. In late 2011, Loris Community Hospital entered into a partnership with McLeod Health. In 2012, the hospital changed its name to McLeod Health Seacoast. McLeod Health Seacoast has been expanding ever since. In June 2016, we opened a new and advanced Emergency Department. And in 2018, we unveiled our new inpatient tower that doubled patient capacity from 50 beds to 118 beds. This expansion along with our move into Carolina Forest, will ensure a continuation of high quality care, access to the best physicians and specialty services, and investments in technology.
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.LEARN MORE
Gifts to the McLeod Foundation help fund essential programs, services and equipment supporting McLeod Health Seacoast. These efforts have been made possible by the generous gifts of individuals and community partners who believe in making quality healthcare available to everyone in our community.
Funds have been used to purchase a state of the art MRI, a Vein Viewer, a Billi Light for jaundice babies, and equipment and technology for Pediatric Rehabilitation.READ MORE
Gifts made in support of the HOPE Fund (Helping Oncology Patients Everyday) provide funding for oncology patient support services and provide oncology staff with improved access for immediate assistance needs for their patients. Programs supported through this fund provide transportation and medication needs for patients with few resources and educational manuals and supplies. Find out more about the McLeod Foundation.Close