Patients and Visitors
Download a copy of our helpful patient guide for your convenience.
At Tidelands Health, ours is a singular commitment: Better health begins here.
Cloth face masks for a good cause
With a $5 donation to the Tidelands Health Foundation, you'll receive a Tidelands Health cloth face mask similar to the one depicted above.
Donate for a mask.
Together, our more than 2,500 employee and physician partners are working side by side with our patients to transform the health of our region -- promoting wellness, preventing illness, encouraging recovery and restoring health.
When you or someone you love is receiving care at a Tidelands Health location, please ask questions as an active partner in your health and wellness. We are dedicated to making your experience at Tidelands Health a positive one.
For Your Information
Your concerns are important to us, and we welcome the opportunity to address them. If you have a concern or grievance during or after your visit to a Tidelands Health facility, please speak with a staff member or ask to speak with the department supervisor or manager. If you prefer to talk with our patient advocate, please call 843-652-1922. Staff members are available to assist you at all times during your stay and will try to resolve your concern or grievance promptly.
If you wish to contact an outside agency before a Tidelands Health representative, you can contact:
SC Department of Heath and Environmental Control
2600 Bull Street
The Carolinas Center for Medical Excellence
246 Stoneridge Drive, Suite 200
Columbia, SC 29210
803-251-2215 or 1-800-922-3089
The Joint Commission
Tidelands Health hospitals are accredited by The Joint Commission. If you have any concerns regarding safety or quality of care in a Tidelands Health hospital, you can also contact The Joint Commission.
One Renaissance Boulevard
Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181
Safe in Our Care
At Tidelands Health, we’re committed to keeping our patients safe as we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about our “Safe in Our Care” initiative by clicking the link below.
CaringBridge is a non-profit organization offering free personalized websites that allow people to stay in touch with family and friends during a health crisis, treatment and recovery. The goal of the service is to ease the burden of keeping friends and family updated, while also providing a way for them to send their love, support and encouragement.
With a few keystrokes, CaringBridge authors quickly and easily create private and personalized websites that display personal journal entries and photographs. Family and friends visit the site to read updates and leave messages of support in the guestbook.
The CaringBridge experience is unique for both authors and visitors in its immediacy, intimacy and wide-reaching impact. The organization uses the Internet to make profound human connections in a powerful way.
Founded in 1997, the CaringBridge mission is to bring together a global community of care powered by the love of family and friends in an easy, accessible and private way. More than half million CaringBridge websites have been created, and one in nine people in the U.S. have used CaringBridge to rally support for a loved one during a health journey.
To create your personalized website at no cost, please visit caringbridge.org.
Tidelands Health Locations Maps
Changes to hospital entrances
NOTE: Tidelands Health has instituted enhanced visitation requirements at our hospitals as we continue our COVID-19 coronavirus preparedness efforts.
Some public entrances are temporarily closed. To view the temporary changes, please click the link below.
View entrance changes.
For convenience, we've added maps of Tidelands Health locations with helpful directions to get you where you need to be.
View and print directions to Waccamaw Medical Park South.
View and print directions to Waccamaw Medical Park West.
View and print directions to Tidelands Health Imaging Center, Tidelands Cancer Center and The Breast Center.
Below, you can view and print full-color internal maps of Tidelands Waccamaw Community Hospital (including Tidelands Waccamaw Rehabilitation Hospital) and Tidelands Georgetown Memorial Hospital.
Tidelands Waccamaw Community Hospital
Tidelands Georgetown Memorial Hospital