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Greenville Regional Hospital is a not-for-profit 42-bed, full-service facility, providing residents of Bond and surrounding counties with inpatient, outpatient, emergency, OB, surgery, physical therapy, and mental health services. Independent senior living options are available at the Emerald Pointe apartments and town house development. Physician services include family medicine, cardiology, OB-GYN, sports medicine, nephrology, ears/nose/throat, gastroenterology, oncology, sleep disorders, pulmonary medicine, surgery, and urology. Founded in 1960, Greenville Regional Hospital is supported by more than 700 members of the Greenville Regional Hospital Auxiliary.
Greenville Regional Hospital is accepting applications from qualified individuals for open positions only.
The mission of Greenville Regional Hospital is “caring for those you love.” In the past, Greenville Regional Hospital has employed many different methods to assess the health needs of the area it serves and has adjusted its services to meet those identified needs. Recent changes to federal laws governing not-forprofit hospitals now require most of those hospitals, including Greenville Regional Hospital, to conduct local Community Health Needs Assessments every three years and to report the completion of those assessments as part of their corporate tax filings with the Internal Revenue Service. Assessing community health needs through a review of available health data and discussion with area health care partners, local officials, community leaders, and representatives of the many groups served by the hospital gives Greenville Regional Hospital and its health care partners the opportunity to identify and address the area’s most pressing health care needs.