Prisma Greenville Health System

As a part of the continuously growing Prisma Health-Upstate committed to educating today’s and tomorrow’s healthcare professionals, Emergency Medicine (EM) residents train in the largest hospital system in South Carolina averaging over 400,000 Emergency Department (ED) patient visits/year, including 30,000 pediatric ED visits/year. Residents will focus their educational experiences at Greenville Memorial Hospital (GMH), an 820-bed Level 1 adult trauma center, pediatric trauma center, and regional referral center with a 25% critical care admission rate and over 100,000 ED visits/year. Greenville Memorial Hospital is part of a larger health system, Prisma-Health Upstate, with 7 acute care hospitals and 5 urgent care centers. Prisma-Health Upstate is an ideal “community-university” model of resident education to give hands-on patient care experience augmented by the advantages of being an academic health center.

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