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Baptist Easley Hospital has been a part of the upstate South Carolina community since 1958. As the primary healthcare service provider in Pickens County, our 109-bed general acute care facility provides services such as surgery, lithotripsy, MRI, CT Scan, and emergency and outpatient care, as well as cardiopulmonary services.
Our hospital excels in surgery, obstetrics, orthopaedics, emergency medicine, plus imaging and diagnostics (including state-of-the-art stereotactic biopsy technology). Our campus includes a 40,000-square-foot outpatient services facility and a 4,000-square-foot diagnostic cardiac catheterization laboratory. In addition, our strong primary care physician network has offices conveniently located throughout the community.
For the second year, Baptist Easley received the Zero Harm Award. The hospital received this honor for the elimination of hospital-acquired infections (HAIs), with no bloodstream infections in 30 months and no surgical- site infections of the knee in 12 months. Baptist Easley has also been designated a Safe Surgery 2015 Hospital on the successful implementation of the Surgical Safety Checklist.
Baptist Easley Hospital is a partnership between Palmetto Health and Greenville Health System. This unprecedented collaboration enhances healthcare in the Upstate in a cost-effective manner by increasing access, improving quality, and facilitating the coordination of patient care. While independent, Baptist Easley can draw on the expertise of both organizations to enhance care.
Baptist Easley is committed to being a world-class hospital that meets 100 percent of patients’ needs every day, being the area’s employer of choice, serving physicians by providing well trained caregivers and staff, and improving the health of our community.
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Quick Facts – 2014
|Number of Licensed Beds||109|
|Number of Medical Staff||238|
|Number of Employees||865|
|Number of Registered Nurses||231|
|Inpatient Admissions (including newborns)||4,513|
|Outpatient Visits, includes ER, O/P, and clinics||108,033|
|Average Daily Census||57|
|Emergency Room Visits||45,288|
|Cath Lab Procedures||689|
Easley is located only five miles off of Interstate 85—tucked away in the beautiful Piedmont of the Appalachian Mountains in northwestern South Carolina. From downtown, you can visit the Blue Ridge Mountains in only 15 minutes and the South Carolina beaches in less than four hours. It’s a perfect location for a variety of outdoor activities.
Easley residents enjoy wonderful weather year-round and the benefits of being close to Greenville—only eight miles away. Residents also have many nearby lakes—such as Hartwell, Jocassee, and Keowee—and several beautiful State Parks within a 20 minute drive. There are also 10 city parks, nine tennis courts, three fitness centers, 14 ball fields, four golf courses, two YMCAs, 11 movie theaters, a community theater, and several gyms and physical fitness centers.
The Easley metropolitan area has a population of about 43,000. It is located in Pickens County, which has a population of just under 110,000. Thirty-two churches in the area represent 16 denominations. There are also six shopping centers, more than 85 restaurants, three bed-and-breakfasts, and three motels with 266 rooms; more than 11,000 rooms are available within a 16-mile radius.
The Easley area is served by four major daily newspapers, four local newspapers, seven television stations, and six local radio stations.
Community Benefits Survey
South Carolina Hospital Association has prepared this report, analyzing Baptist Easley Hospital’s cost and benefit to the communities we serve.
Community Health Needs Assessment
In conjunction with the Affordable Care Act, Baptist Easley and Cannon Memorial Hospital have conducted a survey of the communities we serve. The survey is designed to identify health-related needs, assess underlying factors, and identify available resources for meeting those needs.