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Providing excellence and quality in healthcare for life.
Providing excellence and quality in healthcare for life.

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When the pain comes, what’s happening in a migraine sufferer’s head? And how can the sufferer make it stop? 
Overcome your migraines
Overcome your migraines
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Every minute counts for the victims of natural disasters, highway crashes and active shooter situations. Now, our trauma experts are teaching people how to "Stop The Bleed."
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They've helped patients around the world. Now these two physicians live in the Upstate and work for Spartanburg Regional. Meet OB/GYN Erin Dainty, MD, and orthopaedic surgeon Kurt Yusi, MD.
Around the world and back
Around the world and back
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"I want patients to live the best they can ... everyone needs balance." Dr. Gallagher sees patients as part of MGC-Internal Medicine-Spartanburg.
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“When my dad worked on the weekend, my sister and I would play with tongue compressors and play in the office. It was a second home for us.” Learn more about surgeon MacKenzie Bartz, MD.
“It was our whole life”
“It was our whole life”
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“My dad was in the volunteer fire department, so I got into that and also got involved with EMS. I joined in high school and was active with them for 10 years and would help out any time I was home from college.” Meet Spartanburg Regional's newest cardiothoracic surgeon, Ron Figura, MD.
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While teens are out cruising with their friends, parents are worrying about the risks of the road. Research shows that parents have a reason to worry.
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“My dad was in the volunteer fire department, so I got into that and also got involved with EMS. I joined in high school and was active with them for 10 years and would help out any time I was home from college.”
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"I view each patient as a story, and ... I am humbled to be even a small part of this story." Susan Hilsman, MD, shares her story as part of National Women In Medicine Month.
Doctors must find balance
Doctors must find balance
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