Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Filter by Categories
A Healthier Choice
A Healthier You
acid reflux won’t go away without medicine
Alleviating Pain
Angiogram procedure
Awards & Recognition
Blood Pressure
CMC Foundation
Coronary CT Angiogram
Family Med
Free Events & Seminars
GERD symptoms
Health Insurance
How long does spinal fusion surgery take?
How to Get a Primary Care Doctor
How to stop ringing in ears
Imaging Services
Internal Med
Meet the Doc
Men's Health
Mental Health
New Physicians
Orthopedic Surgeon
Press Releases
Primary Care Doctor
Primary Care Doctors Near Me
Primary Care Service
Pulmonary and Sleep
Rehab Services
Ringing in ears
Serious Illness Care
Service Pages
Signs of a Heart Attack
SPECT brain scan
SPECT imaging
SPECT scan
Spine Surgery
Sports Injuries
Surgical Procedures
tinnitus treatment
Varicose Veins
Weight Loss
What causes ringing in ears?
What is an angiogram?
What is GERD?
What is Spinal fusion surgery?
What to expect after Spinal Fusion Surgery
Women's Health
Womens Health
Wound Care

Going Home

Here are four easy steps in the process of being discharged from the hospital:

  1. Your physician will write a discharge order on your chart.
  2. Your physician will probably discuss your release with you; otherwise one of the nurses will inform you.
  3. You, a relative, or friend should go to the cashier in the business office. When the account has been settled in full by cash payment, insurance confirmation, or special arrangement with the business office, an official release will be given to you. If prior arrangements are made with the admission office, courtesy discharge privileges may be granted by the hospital, eliminating step number three.
  4. When this has been given to one of the nurses, you are ready to go home.

Late Charges – It sometimes requires as much as 24 hours for late test results and charges to reach our data processing department. For this reason, charges for treatments or medicines ordered during the 24 hours preceding discharge may not be received at the business office in time to appear on your bill before you leave the hospital.

After you leave the hospital, you may receive a survey in the mail asking you about your visit. Please complete the survey. We will use your feedback to make improvements — helping us to assure that our care and service are excellent.

Another options for expressing your concerns is to contact the following:

South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control
Health Licensing
2600 Bull Avenue
Columbia, SC 29201
Phone: (803) 545-4370
Fax: (803) 545-4212

DNV GL Healthcare:
Toll free: 866-496-9647
Mailing Address: 400 Techne Center Dr. Suite 100
Milford, OH 45150
Attn: Complaints

We hope that your stay with us is a satisfactory one. The entire hospital team has this objective: to help you get well as soon as possible.


Click here

We hope that your stay with us is a satisfactory one. The entire hospital team has this objective: to help you get well as soon as possible.


The Conway Medical Center Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life of all individuals in the Conway Medical Center service area.

Family Medicine Residency Program

The Conway Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program is sponsored by Campbell University and is accredited by the American College of Graduate Medical Education.

CMC Care

Through CMC Care you can access your medical records for both your hospital and physician office encounters and set primary care appointments at your convenience on any computer, tablet or mobile device.