- Care Services
For the safety and wellbeing of our patients and staff, CareSouth Carolina will NO longer be permitting family members or friends to accompany patients into the medical office. Only those who are seeing a provider, seeking medical care or picking up a prescription are permitted. A guardian/caregiver of a patient is still permitted.
CareSouth Carolina, through Care Innovations, provides comprehensive HIV/AIDS primary health care for individuals in Chesterfield, Darlington, Lee and Marlboro Counties. These services are made possible through a federal Ryan White Part C grant. Patients can have a “one-stop” shop experience at CareSouth Carolina. The level of services are exemplary, compassionate and catered to the individual and his or her needs.
1268 South 4th Street
Hartsville, SC 29550
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Medical Services are provided at these CareSouth Carolina health centers:
It is important for patients to be involved in their overall health care which produces better outcomes. Patients are involved in all decisions made about their health and well-being.
WAYS TO BE INVOLVED
Support Groups: Monthly support groups with topics ranging from accessing Medicaid, housing, medication adherence, etc.
(CAB) Community Advisory Board: The (CAB) Community Advisory Board is held every other month. This active group consists of anyone that has an interest in HIV/AIDS within the local communities and promotes awareness and improvement of resources.
(COI) Clinical Quality Improvement: The (CQI) Clinical Quality Improvement Committee meets quarterly to discuss ways to improve the overall program for individuals with HIV/AIDS. Current clinical measures are also reviewed for monitoring.
Community Outreach: National Observance events are highlighted within the communities to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS and how we are impacted. In addition, fundraising events are held with all proceeds benefiting our patients. Advocacy is also promoted through outreach efforts.
Focus Forums: We want to hear what our patients are saying. The focus forums offered twice a year are one venue for us to hear from patients. Patients share with us what’s working and what we need to do to improve services.