Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center Rating
72 reviews
2.6 Rating
72 reviews
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Special Care Services

  • Intensive Care Unit

Emergency Services

  • Emergency Department


  • Arthroscopy
  • Spine Surgery


  • Cardiac Cath Lab
  • Cardiac Rehab
  • Vascular Intervention

Radiology / Nuclear Medicine / Imaging

  • Computed Tomography
  • Computed Tomography-Angiography
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Single Photon Emission Computerized Tomography


  • Physical Therapy

Surgery Services

  • Inpatient Surgery

Neuroscience Services

  • Sleep Studies


  • Lithotripsy
  • Obstetrics
  • Hemodialysis

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Emergency Service Available


Group Service


Hospital Type
  • Acute Care Hospitals
  • Short Term Acute Care
Control Type
  • Proprietary
  • Corporation
Total Staffed Beds 116
Total Discharges


Total Patient Days


Total Patient Revenue


TPS Quality Score 37.25 Rating
72 reviews

Amanda Steffy

Has the most delightful staff in an ER I’ve ever come across. I had to come via transport with my infant daughter. We were transported eventually to the children’s hospital but while we were there just wonderful. Nurse Megan walked in while we were resting and placed a warm blanket over us and checked on us continuously. I never once felt neglected! Absolutely 5 stars for hospitality!

Anthony Ziolk

I was recently traveling from Rhode Island to Hartsville to visit a home I had recently purchased on the way down I developed extreme pain in my stomach and immediately went to the local hospital which turned out to be Carolina Pines. I have never in my life been treated with such care and compassion by a truly a caring staff. Every person me and my wife encountered from the receptionist to the ER nurses staff doctors we're incredibly professional and caring and took wonderful care of me and my wife I was admitted to do to acute pancreatitis and had to stay on the second floor for about 3 to 4 days the nurses and the staff and the doctor's were all amazing and took such good care of me I wish I could give them more than five stars truly caring people

michael smalley

Worst Hospital ever! Pine box is a well deserved name for this place! If you need medical care do what I an many many others from Hartsville do? Drive to McLeod you will get way better care!

meghan brown

We came from out of state and I started experiencing sharp stomach pains this hospital was absolutely wonderful caring the nurses the staff we're all very attentive and took such good care of me I have been to many hospitals in my life and I have to say without a doubt they were absolutely amazing and truly cared about me as their patients

Jenae Cook

To whom it may concern, On November 24th around 1:30 pm I encountered the rudest and most unprofessional respiratory therapist Faye. My family and I are sitting with my aunt and this lady walks into the room without knocking and immediately starts working with my aunt without acknowledging who she is or her position. She then leaves out and comes back while the radiology technician is completing my aunts Chest X-ray. At this point we all are waiting outside until the technician finishes up. Let me add that the radiology technician came in and stated her name and the task she was going to perform. Once the technician finished we all went into the room and the respiratory therapist is drawing a blood gas and the reason I know this is because I’m a Registered Nurse. So I ask her her name and at this point I knew she was the therapist. When asked her name, she stated it and decided to spell it as if I was illiterate and with a disrespectful tone. I asked, “Why didn’t you acknowledge yourself when entering the room and she stated, “I’m dealing with her and pointed to my aunt.” As a healthcare professional myself I know the professional thing to do is always introduce yourself when entering a room for the first time and with family at the bedside. If the healthcare professional is unsure of who’s in the room they find out before doing any test or blood work on a patient because maybe those individuals would need to leave until completed. This individual chose to ignore the family members in the room as if we didn’t exist. Professionally that’s the rudest thing you can do to family members even more so when your family member is extremely sick. My other family members didn’t understand why she didn’t even acknowledge them. How can you be a healthcare provider and ignore family members during such a stressful time?? I understand patient care comes first but when entering first things first. I recall in 2014 having a similar experience with another respiratory therapist and couldn’t believe 4yrs later and it’s the same/similar experience. Seeing this happening to my family it’s probably happened to other families in this facility and it’s unacceptable. If a healthcare provider treats family this way, who’s to say the patients are being taken care of properly. That day the nurse Reyna was very personable and involved the family in the patient care. Also, Dr. Sponcellar was wonderful! He introduced himself and involved the patient and family in the plan of care. If the physician takes the time the respiratory therapist should also take the time and be held accountable. As I mentioned, she was very rude and unprofessional and I didn’t want to make my aunt upset because she’s already really sick but if it were me I would never let Faye be a therapist for me or anyone else in my family. The thing that saddens me is I don’t live in the area and not able to oversee everything that’s happening. Our job as healthcare providers are to provide excellent care and service to patients and families. Now maybe Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center has a different mission for providing patient/family care. Mutual respect (doing unto others as you would have them do unto you) is one of the values of the hospital and Faye was not an example of that. I felt this was necessary to bring to someone’s attention. I reported this to the PR department a few months ago and still haven’t heard anything back.