Aiken Regional Medical Centers

Aiken Regional Medical Centers offers a 225-bed acute care facility with a variety of specialties and services. All of its patient rooms are now private, except for Aurora Pavilion.

Aiken Regional Medical Centers is owned and operated by Universal Health Services Inc. The medical campus is expanding. The fifth floor of the main hospital building is a cardiovascular floor. One wing of the cardiac floor is a step-down unit for critically ill patients once they leave the Intensive Care Unit after heart surgery. Every room is equipped with up-to-date telemetry so each patient can be monitored constantly from the central nursing station.

AIKEN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTERS: 302 University Parkway, Aiken, (803) 641-5000.

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