A New Hospital for Our Growing Community
We need your help
State regulators need to hear from residents of our community who support Tidelands Health Carolina Bays Hospital. It’s quick and easy to send a letter of support using our online system.
Convenient, accessible health care is important for everyone. That’s why Tidelands Health is seeking state approval to build Tidelands Health Carolina Bays Hospital, a 36-bed hospital to be located at the interchange of Highways 31 and 707.
More than 100,000 people have moved to the Myrtle Beach area in the past eight years, and another 275,000 people are projected to move to Horry County by 2040. Tidelands Health, as our region’s largest health care provider, is committed to growing with our community -- providing access to high-quality, compassionate health care just as we’ve done for more than 70 years.
According to SC DHEC’s 2020 South Carolina Health Plan, there is a need for an additional 155 hospital beds in Horry County to meet community need. Pending state approval, Tidelands Health Carolina Bays Hospital will include 36 medical-surgical beds, an emergency department, four operating suites, diagnostic imaging, laboratory services and more.
An estimated 140 professionals will be employed at opening of the new hospital, helping to strengthen the area's economy.
Our next step is to file a certificate of need application with SC DHEC for state approval to build Tidelands Health Carolina Bays Hospital. And we need your help! State regulators need to hear from residents of our community who support our proposed hospital. It’s quick and easy to send a letter of support using our online system. Just click here to show your support for Tidelands Health Carolina Bays Hospital.
All across the region, we’re proud to help people live better lives through better health. It’s our mission.