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At AnMed, we provide compassionate, modern care that allows us to see each patient not just as an individual, but also a member of the community we’re all proud to call home.
Whether you want to visit us, support us or manage your care, we make it as easy as possible to find what you need.
Live well with routine care from a friendly primary care doctor at AnMed—your partner in long-term health.
CareConnect’s weekday, weekend and evening hours mean you'll find prompt urgent care on your schedule.
When every minute counts, we're ready to respond with timely, lifesaving emergency care and treatment.
With specialists in dozens of areas, AnMed offers the expertise you need.
Home Health Visits
Let us bring compassionate home health care and services to you in the comfort of your home.
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MyChart Patient Portal
View test results, send a message to your provider and do much more in our secure online portal. MyChart is safe, fast and easy—and it's available whenever you are.
Mae Whitt and her daughters, Lynne McCarragher and Ann Bolt, have spent a combined 119 years helping people, tending to families and nursing patients at AnMed. They've built a legacy of compassion that transcends locations, departments and systems to warmly impact care throughout the region.
Feb 12, 2024
The AnMed teammates who earn recognition in programs celebrating Stars of the Month and Physicians of the Quarter come from all over our health system. They are honored for many different reasons. But they have at least one thing in common: They’ve made a significant contribution to help us accomplish our mission to provide exceptional and compassionate care.
These are some of their recent stories.
Jan 16, 2024
Like thousands of people across the Upstate and northeast Georgia, like countless more worldwide, two Upstate residents were held in the grip of addiction last year. Then they got the motivation they never wanted. They faced the specter of the leading cause of preventable death in the U.S., as it’s described by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They were told they had lung cancer.
But action was taken, perhaps just in time. And they have an important message to share.
Jan 02, 2024
Heartburn, acid reflux, GERD or bariatric concerns don't have to completely derail your enjoyment of holiday meals.
Dec 06, 2023
AnMed Piedmont to bring emergency care, services and jobs to area in need
Investment of more than $35 million to fill gap between Greenville and Anderson as population grows across I-85 corridor.