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Savannah Lakes Village is fortunate to be surrounded by great healthcare services. Our community is home to the following facilities, which are all located within our master-planned community.
This facility, owned and operated by the Self Regional healthcare system, provides access to advanced diagnostics and specialty services and the resources of the area’s largest healthcare provider – a complete network of care for you and your family. They also offer outpatient physical therapy services. Whether physical impairments are acute, chronic, or pre/post-operative, the therapists are dedicated to providing the best quality care with the goal of returning the patient to work, daily living, sport, and leisure activities safely.
A branch of the Abbeville Area Medical Center, this facility provides acute and preventative care, adult medicine, pediatric care, women’s health, annual and medicare “welcome” physical, lab testing, and minor procedures.
Our third facility, a branch of South Atlantic Healthcare, provides comprehensive rehabilitation services and transitional care to multiple programs for specific health issues. It also houses a 120-bed short or long-term nursing facility where patients receive skilled care and dedication.
Savannah Lakes Village has two fire departments on campus within our master-planned community with a first responder medical team at the ready. The McCormick County Emergency Vehicles Fleet also has five nearby ambulances.
Some of the best healthcare in the region can be found at the flagship hospitals surrounding Savannah Lakes Village.
This facility has integrated access to primary care from infancy to geriatrics. They also provide general surgery and endoscopy, diabetic education, and behavioral health and psychiatric services with on-site access to common lab tests and digital radiology.
Self Regional’s flagship hospital facility in Greenwood, SC is just 30 minutes from the Savannah Lakes community. It is the largest hospital in six surrounding counties. Self Regional is a 414-bed medical and referral center with national awards in neurosurgery and spine care, orthopedics, cancer treatment, heart and vascular care, and stroke care. They provide advanced healthcare services to a population of over a quarter of a million people.
Augusta’s University Health Care System is a world-class health care network, offering the most comprehensive primary, specialty, and sub-specialty care in the region. University Health provides skilled, compassionate care to its patients, conducts leading-edge clinical research, and fosters the medical education and training of tomorrow’s health care practitioners. University Health is a not-for-profit corporation that manages the clinical operations associated with Augusta University.
The Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center is a Veterans Administration hospital in Augusta, Georgia. The center has two campuses: Downtown Division and Uptown Division. The Downtown Division is a seven-story complex in Augusta’s Medical District. Emergency department services are located at the Downtown Division.