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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Below the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average



Spartanburg Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Spartanburg County, SC.

Spartanburg Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Spartanburg Medical Center is a government - hospital district or authority 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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Don't bother going if you aren't rich enough to make a sizeable donation. Both of my parents have now gone to that ER, both of them relatively poor, six years apart, and been left in rooms and ignored. Errors in scheduling, tests done incorrectly and needing to be done again (and waiting an entire day to re-do them), sent home without any treatment at all after being admitted for days. I escalated my complaint all the way to the medical director, and his only response is "Sorry if we didn't meet your expectations. We'll try to do better next time." That's it? Really? (2 months ago)

I visited the Union branch, Union Medical Center, and received excellent service and care. The staff is very friendly and my doctor was very knowledgeable. (3 months ago)

worst experience at this hospital ever! visited them last night because i was having really bad chest pain, left arm numbness, and headache on left side. the front desk where you first come in were very nice, took my vitals and took me into a different waiting room where they then called me and i had my vitals took again. while one nurse was taking my vitals, the other was asking me questions about my symptoms, as i was explaining to her, she had an attitude on her face and when i was done she turned around and looked at me and asked, "Did you google all this?", as if im making it up, i was in complete shock! i answered and said no, she then asked again "Are you sure?''. i told her yes. that was so rude and unacceptable, how in the hell do you question a patients symptoms when they are clearly in distress! i got sent to a room, and basically no one was taking me seriously, waiting a bit for a dr that wrote down my symptoms and he kept repeating a question i had answered multiple times as if im crazy, after that he said a nurse will come in and do an EKG, that never happened until the very end of my visit, another Dr then came in and explained to me that they couldn't find anything wrong with me and that i need to go to my primary care dr, he then continued to explain to me that hospitals are for people with critical problems are life threatening conditions as if i did not know that, UM HELLO, OBVIOUSLY, THATS WHY I CAME, I WAS FEELING HORRIBLE! Then when my senior mother with english not being her first language was asking a question he had to repeat himself, and he started raising his voice at her and coming closer to her like she was deaf or something, completely disrespectful. never coming here again, wish i would've read the reviews before hand, seems like other people were also having problems with long wait, no one paying attention to them, and rude Dr./nurses. (3 months ago)

Come here to die. extra 2 hours spent in E.R. because the nurses didn't relay the message from our room's call button. Worthless (a month ago)

Took my dad there due to blue lips meaning his oxygen levels were low. He has congestive heart failure. We waiting 2 and a half hours to been seen by anyone. Definitely going to Mary Black next time we need emergency care. (7 months ago)

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