Be a part of Palmetto Health Baptist Parkridge, your new neighbor!
Palmetto Health has brought the best in health care to Irmo and surrounding areas with Palmetto Health Baptist Parkridge, a full-service, 76-bed facility. The hospital offers a multi-disciplinary approach to patient-centered care near residential and commercial neighbors, along with greater access to primary care physicians and specialists offering medical care close to home, school and work.
The hospital offers a 24/7 Emergency Department, Non-invasive Cardiology, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, General Surgery, Intensive Care, Newborn Nursery, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Orthopaedics, Outpatient Rehabilitation, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Pulmonary Medicine, Spine Surgery and Stroke Care. Palmetto Health Baptist Parkridge is a full-service community hospital capable of handling any medical emergency.
Leave a Legacy
Leave your legacy by becoming a donor and helping your community have top quality health care at Palmetto Health Baptist Parkridge. A gift at any level is tax deductible. Donors at the $2,500 level or above will be recognized in the permanent donor area of the main lobby and may be paid over five years.
Purple Martin Donor Wall
North America's first officially designated Purple Martin sanctuary is at Lake Murray! It's also one of the largest roosting sites in America. Late each afternoon from June through late August or early September, hundreds of thousands of Purple Martins make their way to Doolittle Island in Lake Murray (also called either Lunch Island or Bomb Island) to nest for the night. The number has been placed in the range of 750,000 purple martins returning to roost each late afternoon. It is believed that the Lake Murray purple martin roost is the largest in North America (and possibly the world). Source: LakeMurray-SC.com
Purple Martin Donor Wall
Donor Legacy Wall
Designed to bring nature indoors, the donor legacy wall, more than 14 feet tall and nearly 11 feet wide, has the feel of a flowing river bed filled with shale and stones, creating an inviting look for visitors and patients.
For more information or for a tour of Baptist Parkridge, please contact Maria DeHart at Maria.DeHart@PalmettoHealth.org or 803-296-2175.
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