CSC Offices CLOSED - Friday, January 21, 2022 & Hartsville Saturday Clinic - January 22, 2022

Due to Weather Conditions, our offices will be closed on Friday, January 21, 2022 and the Hartsville Saturday Clinic will also be closed on Saturday, January 22, 2022. Be safe and stay warm!

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.


R.O.A.D.S. Medical Program

CareSouth Carolina’s ROADS mobile initiative (Reaching Out and Delivering Services) offers comprehensive, remote medical care to the communities we serve and features three fully-equipped medical exam units staffed with a nurse practitioner, LPN, and medical assistant:


School-Based Health Services

Because many students in rural communities don’t have the opportunity to visit a doctor’s office regularly, CareSouth Carolina brings the care to them. CareSouth Carolina’s mobile units visit six school districts in the Pee Dee every year, providing annual wellness visits and screenings to thousands of students around the area.

The school-based care program began in 2015 with the purpose of providing care to schools in rural communities in the Pee Dee area after the lack of access to such services was identified. The program began with the Chesterfield County School District. Since then, it has expanded to add Lee, Dillon, Marlboro and Darlington Counties to its repertoire.

Mobile ROADS- Provides school-based care for students in 57 schools in five different school districts in the Pee Dee.

Care ROADS- Also provides school-based care, but can be dispatched during natural disasters to provide remote care.



Beginning in the 2020-2021, CareSouth Carolina will begin installing and managing telehealth equipment in many of our area schools.  Students will have the opportunity to have a virtual visit with a nurse practitioner or physician without ever having to leave the school. Unlike the ROADS school based mobiles which are designed for scheduled wellness visits, telehealth services will be available on demand, as the need arises, and is designed more for acute, episodic care.


Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Freedom ROADS- Provides remote Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) services on-site at two area addiction treatment agencies weekly for those struggling with substance use disorders.

For more information on any of the ROADS Programs, contact a member of the ROADS team at 843-309-8102.

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