In 2016 alone, individual health-care spending grew 4.3 percent nationally, hitting more than $10,000 per person, according to information provided by the Centers for...
The partnership will provide ovarian cancer patients with access to series of tests that can indicate how their tumors respond to chemotherapy drugs.
Christmas came a little early on Thursday, Nov. 30, for a nonprofit that seeks to provide Upstate families with diapers. Greenville Health System’s Greer Memorial...
Anderson-based AnMed Health has laid off 94 employees and eliminated 65 vacant positions. The cuts include full-time and part-time positions, according to a press release...
John Lucas, a physician and head of the Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System's Sports Medicine Institute, has started a new project with Clemson University's International Center for Automotive Research that will study the driving capabilities of concussed student athletes.
Since opening its first franchise location in 2010, FirstLight Home Care has experienced steady growth and is now operating more than 240 locations in 33 states throughout the U.S.
“I want to take the money we would’ve spent on Obamacare in Washington and send it back home and let us do a better job.”
The Diaper Bank of the Carolinas on Friday, Sept. 1, launched the initiative Operation Dry Baby Bottoms in partnership with Community Journals and the Children’s Hospital of Greenville Health System.
Palmetto Proactive Healthcare, a direct primary care family medicine practice, announced Monday it will move into Drayton Mills Marketplace in January 2018.
The two institutions will work to connect with biotech companies and identify funding opportunities for clinicians interested in launching startups.
The list recognizes individuals in the health care industry for their leadership and impact.
Spartanburg Medical Center is ranked the second-best hospital in South Carolina and the best in the Upstate, according to U.S. News & World Report.
“Receiving this recognition multiple times alongside some of the largest companies and universities in the United States is a great honor and it reinforces GHS’ commitment to diversity and inclusion,” said Doug Dorman, vice president of human resources for GHS, in a statement.
Spartanburg Water's new bottle refilling station on the Mary Black Foundation Rail Trial ties into its Choose Tap program and Spartanburg's Way to Wellville challenge.
Softbox Systems said the 65,000-square-foot building is scheduled to open next year and that the expansion will involve 70 new jobs.