AnMed Cannon

123 WG Acker Dr.
Pickens, SC 29671
United States

Contact Information

Fax:
(864) 897-8281

Hours of Operation

Sunday: Open 24 Hours
Monday: Open 24 Hours
Tuesday: Open 24 Hours
Wednesday: Open 24 Hours
Thursday: Open 24 Hours
Friday: Open 24 Hours
Saturday: Open 24 Hours

General visiting hours are 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Critical care unit (CCU) visiting hours are 9–11:30 a.m., 1–6:30 p.m. and 7:30–8:30 p.m. for 15 minutes at a time.

Anmed Health Cannon

About

AnMed Cannon is a 55-bed rural community hospital with several medical practices in Pickens, South Carolina. We’re part of the AnMed health system, which cares for people in Upstate South Carolina and Northeast Georgia. 

Our vision is to remain a community-directed, nonprofit health care provider focused on high-quality, compassionate care.

We strive for excellence, so our hospital and medical practices choose to participate in the accreditation process through DNV Healthcare. We’re licensed by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.

Our Values

  • Integrity/Ethics – To adhere to a strict ethical code and always do the right thing
  • Quality and Excellence – To strive to excel in all that we do
  • Dignity and Respect for Individuals – To show consideration for one’s worth as a human being
  • Teamwork – To achieve common goals together
  • Caring Service – To provide quality services that are delivered in the most caring manner and that are accessible, prevention-oriented, appropriate and affordable
  • Community Orientation – To remain a locally owned and governed, nonprofit organization committed to working with others to achieve our vision
  • Nurturing Culture – To provide a work environment that builds trust, shared values and teamwork, and that enhances innovation, personal growth, competency, commitment and compassion

Our History

AnMed Cannon is the result of a country doctor’s dream to bring medical care to the people of Pickens County. Beginning as a three-room clinic, the former Cannon Memorial is now a modern, high-tech facility.

Dr. E. Gaine Cannon founded the first Cannon Hospital located on Pendleton Street and named it as a memorial to his father, Dr. James Cannon. In 1949, the hospital grew to an 88-bed facility and was sold to community leaders who formed a nonprofit organization. 

In 1982, a new hospital was built at its current location on WG Acker Drive, and because of the growth of the community, the Outpatient Services building was added in 1991. 

In 2009, Cannon Memorial Hospital signed a partnership agreement with AnMed Health in Anderson to create a new health care network. In 2014, another agreement further integrated Cannon with AnMed. Leaders in nursing, business services, human resources and other areas aligned the two organizations’ standards of care and business practices. This partnership ensures local access to care and offers an avenue to specialty care and other resources available through AnMed.

Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNA)

To determine how to best serve our neighbors, we assess health needs in Pickens County every three years. Read our most recent reports. 
CHNA 2019 [PDF]
CHNA 2016 [PDF]

Map

For Our Patients

Review the latest COVID-19 information and updates to our policies and procedures.

Before Your Visit

Call 864-898-1242 Monday-Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. to preregister for an outpatient procedure (test or treatment that doesn’t require an overnight hospital stay).  

Information Needed When You Arrive

When you visit us for an appointment or come to the emergency room, please bring with you: 

  • Photo identification, such as a driver’s license
  • Your health insurance card 
  • A list of your current medications (or your medications in their containers)

We’ll text or email you forms to complete before a scheduled appointment. If you don’t complete them during online check-in before your visit, please arrive early to allow time to fill them in. 

You don’t need a MyChart account to complete these forms online. 

Parking

Park at the back of the hospital if you’re visiting us for an outpatient procedure. You’ll see signs for the Outpatient Services Building, where you must register and make any copays.

Outpatient Parking Map [PDF]