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Voluntary non-profit - Private


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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Above the national average


Below the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average


LORIS, SC 29569


Mcleod Loris Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Horry County, SC.

Mcleod Loris Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Mcleod Loris Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital 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
Sunday Open 24 hours

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I just got home from hospital and had an overall GREAT experience. Every single staff member was friendly and caring. Raymond Brown PA was amazing and I wish he could be my regular primary dr! (2 months ago)

If you or someone you know and Love is experiencing mental, emotional depression/ aniexty or substance abuse problems please take them somewhere else. Lighthouse for substance abuse. While they claim to be a medical facility and these are medical diagnosis they will resent you and treat you as such. I've been clean and sober since but will never ask for help with depression and the behaviors that can accompany it again. Granted I was intoxicated but if someone would have sat down and listened to me boo-hoo would have done a lot more good than physically shoving me into isolation considering I was already emotionally overwhelmed. And the attitude at your mental hospital at Darlington helped further cement my mouth closed. It is extremely obvious I had caregiver stress/ burnout/ or syndrome. (a month ago)

In previous visits I have been pleased with the service here. However, today those chose not to swab my husband for the flu and chose not to give him tamiflu. The PA said to me that tamiflu really didn't make a difference and the flu test were being held for children and the elderly. She did prescribe a pain medicine, nausea medicine, and a cough medicine. Really? He doesn't need the pain medication, we told you he wasn't coughing or nausous. Obviously, she wasnt listening to anything we told her. However, he was running a fever and tamiflu would hopefully shorten the length of his symptoms. After, we left we went to a doctor's office that could fit him in and got a script for tamiflu and the doctor could not believe what we were telling him. Yes we have insurance! (3 months ago)

My sister-in-law was admitted into this hospital then caught sepsis and died from liver failure 4 days later. My visitation was restricted and the staff were disrespectful. (2 months ago)

Arrived at the ER last night at 11:30pm with my four year old and 70% of his body covered in hives and eyes swelling. He had Hives all around his mouth and I was wanting to have his airways checked for respiratory problems that can come with an allergic reaction. We did not and still do not know the thing in which he was having an allergic reaction too so as a mother I was VERY VERY displeased in the fact it took till 2:10am for the Doctor OR ANYONE to come in and check his breathing and tell me if his throat was closing from swelling or not. For almost three hours I had to sit in a room with my 4 yr old twins to just get his airways looked at, not knowing if he was breathing ok or if it was going to take a turn for the worse at any moment. It would have taken them 15 minutes when we walked in to do what they did and we could have been on our way to put our kids back in bed!! Highly highly disappointed. I will NEVER go back there. (10 months ago)

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