Caring for Our Community One Patient at a Time
Careteam Plus is a primary and specialty care provider offering services for the entire family, from newborns to the elderly. Visit us at our location on Singleton Ridge Road in Conway and contact us to make an appointment or get more information. Careteam Plus strives to become your patient-centered medical home by offering a variety of services to help you live well.
At Careteam Plus, we strive to treat the whole person, working to identify and treat the underlying causes of poor health. We also collaborate with local organizations to address barriers to high-quality healthcare. Careteam Plus has extensive experience in providing compassionate healthcare. Created in 1993, we were the first provider to treat uninsured HIV positive patients in Horry, Georgetown, and Williamsburg counties.
Primary medical and specialty care services offered:
- Annual Wellness Exams
- Asthma, Diabetes
- Heart Disease
- Weight loss assistance
- Programs to stop smoking
- Medical referrals
- Nursing care coordination
- Case management services
- Laboratory services are available on site, including STI testing
We serve all patients.
We offer discounted fees for patients who qualify.
We do not deny services based on a person’s:
– National origin
– Sexual orientation
We offer walk-in appointments as available. At Careteam Plus, you are not an interruption to our day; you are the reason for our day.
For our patients speaking another language, we offer free language translation services. In addition, we offer free sign language services. For the communities we live in and serve, Careteam Plus offers community outreach, health education, and testing event services.
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