Bon Secours St. Francis-Greenville announced plans for a new 41,450-square-foot comprehensive health care center during a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday.
The two-story facility will be located along Interstate 385 in Simpsonville and will house a retail pharmacy, an X-ray, an ultrasound, as well as clinical office space that will house services that include OB/GYN, phlebotomy, orthopedics, primary care, behavioral health and cardiology services.
“Greenville County is growing at a rapid pace,” Dr. Marcus Blackstone, chief clinical officer for Bon Secours St. Francis, said in a news release. “This expansion will help us meet the growing demand for outpatient services. The location of this new facility also provides easier, more convenient access to care for those living in the southern part of the county.”
Bon Secours-Greenville provides medical care to area residents through Bon Secours St. Francis Downtown and Bon Secours St. Francis Eastside, as well as a network of primary and specialty care practices and ambulatory care sites in the Upstate.