New Horizon Family Health Services, Inc.

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Regina Mitchell

Chief Executive Officer

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130 Mallard Street, Greenville, SC 29601
Phone: 864-233-1534

The mission of New Horizon Family Health Services is to provide quality, affordable, compassionate patient-centered health care to improve the health of the communities we serve.

Our health center was established in 1992 as Greenville Community Health Center and initially provided services from the eighth floor of the old Greenville General Hospital. At that time, the center had only a few doctors and served about 2,500 patients. In 1999, following a merger with Slater-Marietta Health and Human Services, a rural health center located in the mill village of Slater in northern Greenville County, Greenville Community Health Center became New Horizon Family Health Services, Inc.

Today, New Horizon Family Health Services serves more than 24,000 patients at four medical office locations, a dental office and two mobile units. We offer quality health care for anyone in need of a family doctor and medical home. Our years of experience and commitment to excellence have earned us the reputation as a trusted source of quality medical care and related services. We maintain a strong working relationship with many other health and human services providers, hospitals and community agencies. In 2015, the center opened a brand new 64,000 square foot state of the art primary care medical office facility in Greenville, SC. In 2016, the center expanded its’ Behavioral Health Services, introduced a Migrant Health and Farmworker Program and unveiled a new Dental Mobile Unit.

Services Offered

Care Coverage

Superior patient care is the hallmark of New Horizon Family Health Services. Our highest priority is satisfied patients. We are proud to continue providing health care services and we work hard to be your first choice for medical care. A significant number of community residents do not have access to regular medical care due to a wide range of factors. One of these prohibiting factors is cost and limited financial resources as well as being uninsured or under insured. This results in the use of costly and inappropriate emergency room services for care that could be provided more reasonable and affordably in a doctor’s office.