McLeod Health Opens New Emergency Department in Florence

Located on the McLeod Regional Medical Center campus between the McLeod Pavilion Tower and McLeod Medical Park East, the McLeod Emergency Department will supply the essential facilities and equipment to care for emergency and trauma patients who seek life-saving treatment at McLeod. The Emergency Department, designed to serve nearly 110,000 patients a year, provides greater access to the very best emergency and trauma physicians and clinical teams this region has to offer.

  • Area’s highest trauma designation (Level II)
  • State-of-the-art trauma rooms
  • 81 exam rooms
  • Triage rooms for immediate patient evaluation
  • Covered drop-off area for patients at the front entrance
  • Dedicated imagining and laboratory services
  • New helipad and ambulance bays

 

McLeod Regional Medical Center Emergency Department
851 East Cheves Street, Florence, SC 29506

Turn at the new Emergency and Trauma Center sign on Cheves Street where it intersects with Griffin Street.

  • Our Emergency Professionals Treat Hundreds Every Day

    While in the emergency waiting room, you may have noticed patients who arrived after you were brought back to a room before you. Please understand when this occurs, it is only because staff are trying to expedite everyone’s visit. Minor illnesses and injuries (like nausea, sprains/strains) may be treated in a separate area of the Emergency Department, which has its own dedicated staffing. At any time, the staff may be redirected to treat a patient with a life-threatening condition, which may increase your wait.

  • Trauma Designation Assures Quality and Ready Response

    As a state-designated “Level II Trauma Center,” the McLeod Regional Emergency Department in Florence meets or exceeds requirements for staffing, specialist availability, response times, training and quality improvement. Our team includes neurosurgeons, neurologists, general surgeons, trauma surgeons, orthopedic trauma surgeons, pediatric intensivists for the McLeod Children’s Hospital, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and plastic and reconstructive surgeons.