Bon Secours St. Francis
Bon Secours St. Francis has two ways to help those with questions or concerns about COVID-19. You can call their COVID-19 hotline (1-888-700-9011). Spanish is available upon request. If you need to see a doctor visit one of their local Flu Clinics that specialize in COVID-19 symptoms. See locations below on the right.
The Women of St. Francis Foundation has awarded the Bon Secours Wellness Outreach team a grant to purchase medication for women and pediatric chronic illnesses. The grant is for uninsured children or women , who live in Greenville County and suffer from a CHRONIC illness. (such as diabetes, asthma, seizure disorder, cerebral palsy, etc.) If you have a patient/client who appears to meet this criteria, please call 864-241-5125 and leave a message or e-mail Irene_Pena@bshsi.org.
In response to the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, Operation Warp Speed (OWS) was established to develop, manufacture, and distribute three hundred million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Please visit SC DHEC website to learn more about vaccination plan, phases and locations.
Prisma Health is offering community screening for COVID-19 at Brookwood Church (580 Brookwood Point Place, Simpsonville 29681) every Friday and Saturday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Check this page regularly for updated locations and any weather-related changes.
The Mobile Mammography Program at Prisma Health will serve women in the Upstate area, some of which would not be able to receive a mammogram otherwise. Prisma Health’s Mobile Mammography provides early breast cancer detection services to women throughout the Upstate.
Prisma Health Children’s Hospital–Upstate supports families in our community who need assistance with diapers for children from birth to four years of age through the Diaper Bank program. In order to participate in the Diaper Bank, families must be eligible to receive WIC, SNAP, or Medicaid. Diapers are distributed once each quarter and distribution events are held at the Prisma Health Patewood Hospital campus. Families must register by clicking here or calling Nydia Arce, bilingual advocate at (864)-454-1448.