Ribbon cutting set for Turbeville Family Practice
Turbeville, SC—Palmetto Heath-USC Family Medicine will hold a ribbon cutting and open house for its newest family practice, Turbeville Family Practice, Friday, Feb. 22, 1-3 p.m. Remarks will begin at 1:30 p.m.
The new practice, located at 944 Smith St. in Turbeville, opened in recent weeks and offers general health care services for acute illnesses and chronic conditions as well as annual wellness exams. Kate E. Smith, MD, who has practiced in the area many years and is well established in the community, will be the primary provider. Logan Sims, NP, will serve as the nurse practitioner. The practice will be open 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Scheduled appointments are recommended.
The opening of the Turbeville practice is part of a wider effort by the Medical Group to extend its expertise into Midlands rural communities, many which previously were underserved.
“Since the inception of the Palmetto Health-USC Medical Group, we have been committed to expanding access to care throughout our local communities,” said Kevin Boggs, Palmetto Health-USC Medical Group chief operating officer. “We are proud to expand our family medical care services in Clarendon County as we continue to seek ways to improve the health and well-being in those areas.”
For more information about Prisma Health-USC Family Medicine of Turbeville or to schedule an appointment, call 843-659-2114.
About Palmetto Health-USC Medical Group
Palmetto Health-USC Medical Group is the largest multispecialty, clinically integrated medical group in the Midlands and provides the broadest range of health care services throughout the region. The group includes more than 850 physicians and advanced care providers in more than 30 specialties and provides comprehensive, coordinated care across the various specialties.
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