AnMed Maternity Center

800 N. Fant Street
Anderson, SC 29621
United States

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


At AnMed Maternity Center you’ll find family-centered support as you navigate the journey of pregnancy through newborn care. 

Our center provides maternity services, including labor and delivery, obstetrics (OB) triage, a level 2 special care nursery and postpartum mom/baby care. Your stay will be more comfortable thanks to our amenities for you and your loved ones. 

We also offer a surgical unit for women who need a Cesearean section, gynecologic surgery or another procedure. 

Your child may also receive care here for an illness or injury. Our inpatient pediatric unit is staffed by pediatric hospitalists—doctors who specialize in hospital care of children. 

How to Find Us

We’re located at AnMed's Medical Center located at 800 N. Fant Street.


For Our Patients

Visiting hours at AnMed Maternity Center are from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily. For patients’ safety, the hospital doors are locked each night at 9 p.m. After-hours visitors will need to use the call box near the main entrance to enter the hospital. Once inside, late-night visitors must sign in with the guest ambassador and get a name tag before going to a patient’s room.

Visitor Guidelines

  • Read the latest COVID-19 information and updates to our policies.
  • Wash your hands when entering and exiting a patient's room.
  • Be as quiet as possible and respect other patients.
  • Dress appropriately. Shoes and shirts are required.
  • Please do not block the staff’s ability to quickly reach a patient's bedside.
  • Talk with the patient's nurse about dietary restrictions before bringing food to a patient.
  • Visit the Reflections Café for personal meals and snacks, or purchase a guest meal for delivery to a patient’s room. 
  • Don’t smoke on the hospital campus.
  • If you bring balloons, they must be made of mylar, not latex.