Healthcare in Darlington CountyResidents of Darlington County have access to outstanding medical facilities such as Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center, McLeod Medical Center, and CareSouth Carolina.
Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center
Located in Hartsville on approximately 34 acres, Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center is a 116-bed acute care hospital and medical complex. From routine checkups to complex, state of the art surgery, Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center has been providing Darlington County residents with comprehensive health care services since 1999.
McLeod Medical Center Darlington
McLeod Medical Center Darlington, a Joint Commission accredited community hospital, has been a vital part of Darlington County and the surrounding communities for more than 50 years. Established in 1994, McLeod Medical Center Darlington offers a wide range of outpatient services from physical, occupational and speech therapy to digital mammography, laboratory and cardiopulmonary services. In addition, the facility provides acute care with 49 inpatient beds and a skilled care unit that is available for those in need of short-term care, such as hospice patients, patients waiting for a bed at an inpatient nursing facility or patients in need of long-term antibiotic therapy.
CareSouth Carolina is a community health center that offers comprehensive health services—from pediatrics, family practice, ob/gyn, to geriatrics and more— all under one roof. The non-profit community owned business operates nine medical centers in the Pee Dee region, including one in Hartsville and Society Hill.