Emergency Department

The emergency department service line is offered at these Prisma Health facilities.

Emergency Department: This emergency department is located in downtown Columbia and provides care for patients of all ages for a wide variety of emergency conditions. There are 36 beds with 8 designated spaces for behavioral health.  

Emergency Department: Provides top-quality emergency medicine by caring for more than 35,000 patients annually. This emergency department provides care for the adult and pediatric population for a variety of emergency conditions.

Baptist Parkridge Hospital

Emergency Department: Located in northwest Columbia, the 24-bed Emergency department and 6 chair Rapid Treatment bay offers treatment to patients of all ages for a wide variety of emergencies.  

Children’s Emergency Center: A 15-bed unit that serves the community and surrounding areas from newborn to age 17. It is a Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center which cares for the sickest children in our region as well as those with lower acuity needs.

Emergency Trauma Center: Greenville Memorial Medical Center’s Emergency Trauma Center is a Level 1 Trauma Center, Comprehensive Stroke Center, and Accredited Chest Pain Center. The unit consists of 78 beds including a 7-bed behavioral unit. It has the ability to see all types of patients and provide specialized interventions. 

Greer Memorial Hospital

Emergency Department: This is a 25-bed unit with an annual volume of 36,000 patients and designated as a Primary Stroke Center. 

Hillcrest Hospital

Emergency Department: This unit is an 18-bed emergency department that sees approximately 30,000 patients a year. The ED sees a variety of acuity levels and will transfer specialized needs to Greenville Memorial Hospital. 

Laurens County Hospital

Emergency Department: A 16-bed emergency department and 7-bed  Behavioral Health Unit. This emergency department has the second highest acuity in the system and is located in a rural community hospital.

Emergency Department: A 19-bed emergency department that sees a variety of diagnoses in the adult and pediatric population. 
Children’s Emergency Center: The Children’s Emergency Center is located inside the adult emergency department and has 13 beds that care for patients newborn to age 17.  

Emergency Department: A Level 1 Trauma Center in downtown Columbia, Comprehensive Stroke Center, and an Accredited Chest Pain Center. The unit consists of 76 beds including a 12-bed behavioral unit. Richland has the ability to treat all types of patients and provide specialized interventions. 

Emergency Department: The unit consists of 23 beds with monitoring capabilities, a 3-bed trauma room and provides treatment to both the adult and pediatric population.