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New doctor's office to open in Carolina Forest

The new Conway Medical Center-owned building will be 10,000 square foot and will house CPG Family Medicine @ Towne Centre, currently located in Forest Crossing, and  CPG OB/GYN @ Carolina Forest, located across from the post office in Carolina Forest. The new Conway Medical Center-owned building will be 10,000 square foot and will house CPG Family Medicine @ Towne Centre, currently located in Forest Crossing, and CPG OB/GYN @ Carolina Forest, located across from the post office in Carolina Forest.
CAROLINA FOREST, SC (WMBF) - The plan to open a new doctor's office in Carolina Forest has been scheduled for early Fall 2015.

Conway Medical Center making plans to expand in Carolina Forest

The new Conway Medical Center-owned building will be 10,000 square foot and will house CPG Family Medicine at Towne Centre, currently located in Forest Crossing, and CPG OB/GYN @ Carolina Forest, located across from the post office in Carolina Forest, according to Julie Rajotte, CMC spokesperson.

Both of the offices have outgrown their current space, Rajotte said.

In addition, the new office building will allow us to offer various radiology services such as x-ray and ultrasound and we expect to house additional physician specialties.


"X-ray, ultra-sound, those types of services will be available in that building, so let's say your kid has fallen and you think that there could possibly be a break, you can bring your child or your spouse whoever it maybe into the office, and we do have the capabilities of doing the X- ray here," explained Rajotte.

In addition, the new office building will allow us to offer various radiology services such as x-ray and ultrasound and we expect to house additional physician specialties.

Rajotte said, "There is enough space in the building so we can bring other specialties in the area it could be on a rotating basis that, anything from a gastroenterologist, to an ear nose throat specialist, to a pulmonologist.


CMC  said the hospital wants to have medical services in the center of the Carolina Forest community, and some residents say that helps because it cuts down on medical travel time.


"I think it's good medically speaking, the generation that lives in this are is a little older than the ones that are out on the beach, so having the medical facilities closer at hand is a very good idea," said Phil Carter, a Carolina Forest resident.



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