Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private


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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Not Available (Results are not available for this reporting period)


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Roper St. Francis Mount Pleasant Hospital is a true community hospital and is like no other, with an emphasis on comfort, communication, and care with a personal touch.

Mount Pleasant Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Charleston County, SC.

Mount Pleasant Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Mount Pleasant 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

Location and Directions


I cannot say enough about the wonderful care that my father has been getting at Roper. From the ER staff, to ICU now to the 3rd floor, everyone has been so attentive, the best care we have had in a hospital. Dr. Hawk has been on top of all of my dads medical needs. He has been very detailed to all of his specific issues. I thank you all from the bottom of my heart. God bless to all of your awesome staff. (a month ago)

Just had surgery here yesterday and EVERYONE on staff was warm, kind, and thoughtful. I felt as if I were the only patient they were taking care of. The staff took great care of me and my wife as well while she waited. The facilities were all top notch and everything was clean and new. Unfortunately, I have experienced surgery at 4 local hospitals now, but if I have a choice of hospitals to use in the future, Roper Mt. Pleasant will be at the top of my list. (2 months ago)

My husband was treated in the emergency room for anemia and dehydration from a chronic colon condition. He received a blood transfusion and was sent home. Care in the ER was great! The next day he has a very high fever and severe abdominal pain. I remembered times when we've been seen in other area ERs and received the next day call to check on him, with the standard "please call us if you need anything." Even though we did not receive this call, I thought it appropriate to call the ER nurse to inquire as to whether the spike in fever and pain could be caused by the transfusion and to ask if we should return. While I realize the ER doctor is not our primary care physician, I thought my questions would be most appropriately directed to them since they ordered the most recent treatment. The ER nurse that I spoke with could not have been more unprofessional. He told me that he could not make the decision to return for me that I'd need to decide that on my own. He did not comment as to whether or not his symptoms were related to the treatment and yawned a few times during the conversation. After some thought, I decided to call back and speak with a supervisor. A girl answered the call and laughing said, "This is the nursing supervisor." Despite this I recounted the situation and again she told me that they could not help me. I did contact our primary care physician and we are now downtown at another hospital receiving treatment. I would also like to add that it seems the abdominal pain is related to them giving him Motrin in the ER. It seems that it is a very well known fact that Motrin should NEVER be given to patients with IBD. So there's that error as well. (a month ago)

I would give 0 stars if I could. The doctor who saw a family member of mine was an idot. My family member was threatening to kill themselves and the doctor decided they were "well" and sent them home. The doctor made this diagnosis after talking to my family member for a few minutes. I recommend going anywhere else other than here. (3 months ago)

There are many Healthcare Provider's at Roper St. Francis Healthcare. If you've experienced foul appointments or procedures with Healthcare-Providers, I encourage you to step-up and help end their chronic dysfunctional disrespectful demeaning and unprofessional behavior. Chief/Dir. of Medical-Staff, Dr Robert Oliverio will be the man you should speak directly to/with. This distinguished leader at RSFH will not be thrilled yet he'll be responsive. I'll Name (1) Provider, Dr Scott Smithe, at Park West Family Practice. Dr Smithe is the worst Dr that I've ever had a appt with in my entire-life. I should have refused to pay my co-pay and simply walked-out. Then reported him to the Medical Licensing Board for State of SC. Dr Smithe is worth officially-reporting. (a month ago)

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