The mission of the new family practice prototype for Spartanburg Regional Health System is to provide high quality care while considering health in a global sense, from the scale of the individual to that of the larger community and environment. Sustainable design and operations inform efficient processes, articulated through, rather than limited by, the architecture in this new model for primary care.The new family practice prototype will match care delivery with patient expectations through the utilization of the latest technologies, enabling fluid communication and information sharing to ensure continuous, efficient and effective treatment. The prototype will serve as a model for patient and family-centered care, empowering patients, their families, and caregivers in the promotion of public and environmental health.
The new prototype for family practice at Spartanburg Regional Health System expands upon a traditional view of health, redefining patient expectations by providing efficient, high quality care that leverages the latest technologies within the context of healthy, sustainable space, serving as a model and resource for the entire community.
The services offered include the following:
Routine health care: General assessment and examination of patients’ physical condition
Minor procedures: Preliminary operations with limited facilities
Gynecologic examination: Preliminary assessment and diagnosis on gynecologic problems
Pediatric examination: Preliminary assessment and diagnosis of pediatric problems
Gerontological examination: Preliminary assessment and diagnosis of gerontological problems
Immunization & Allergy Injections: Precautionary measures for immunization, or treatments for allergies
Extensive Diagnostic Services: Physical examinations including x-ray, bone density, spirometry, EKG and blood analysis
Health education: Consultation and advice for general wellness