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Women's Health

You have access to a full range of women's health care services, including well woman annual visits, same-day rapid in-house laboratory testing and screening, contraceptives and pregnancy counseling. Call 803-777-8920.

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Appointments in MyHealthSpace

Use MyHealthSpace for most appointments.
After 4 p.m., check back for additional openings.
M-F: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. | Closed holidays & weekends

Schedule an Appointment

Call 803-777-8920 or use MyHealthSpace to schedule your appointment, view your wellness records and message with your care provider to ask questions and more. Telemedicine appointments are available daily for established patients.



For your convenience, please make an appointment with Women's Health to see a doctor for one of our services.

We provide counseling and instructions for a number of contraceptive options including:

  • Abstinence
  • Birth Control Pills
  • Condoms and Barrier Products
  • Depo-Provera Injections
  • Diaphragms and Vaginal Products
  • Emergency Contraception (Plan B)
  • IUDs
  • Nexplanon Implants
  • NuvaRing

This three-part vaccine prevents cervical cancer caused by HPV (human papillomavirus) and some cases of genital warts. It's recommended for women age 45 or younger.

This routine test screens for cervical cancer and is recommended for women age 21 and older. It's a diagnostic tool and only takes a few seconds. Your doctor will follow up with next steps if your test comes back abnormal.

During this routine exam, your doctor will examine your cervix, vagina, uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries for any abnormalities that could suggest infection, cancer or STIs.

To make sure your pregnancy gets off to a healthy start, it's important to have a pre-pregnancy counseling visit a few months before you try getting pregnant.

You should take a pregnancy test 10 days after the possible date of conception. This test can be performed by either a urine or blood test.

Some STIs have few or no symptoms. Tests for chlamydia and gonorrhea are recommended yearly or when needed for sexually active women. Testing should take place two weeks after exposure. Tests done too early may not be accurate.

  • Make an appointment with Women's Health for these tests. 
  • Chlamydia (results are usually available the same day as testing)
  • Gonorrhea (results are usually available the same day as testing)
  • HIV (blood sample required)
  • Syphilis (blood sample required)

Make an appointment with Women's Health for evaluation of these conditions:

  • Genital Herpes (HSV)
  • Genital Warts (HPV)
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV) / Abnormal Paps
  • Other genital concerns/problems

These are yearly comprehensive, individual assessments of your health. These visits include a physical exam, a pelvic exam and screening for any other health problems. Use this visit as an opportunity to discuss any questions or concerns you have about your health with your provider.

  • Urinary Tract Infections (urine sample required)
    Please contact call Women's Health at 803-777-8920 if you have difficulty scheduling a same day appointment.
  • Vaginal Infections (BV or Yeast - Trichomoniasis)
  • Menstrual Issues (like irregular bleeding, menstrual cramping, absence of bleeding or premenstrual symptoms)


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