Partners In Primary Care Hosts Grand Opening For Newest Senior-Focused Medical Center
Photo: Partners patient Gust Nicholson of Greenville prepares to cut the ribbon Tuesday morning to formally open the new Partners clinic in Seneca. To Nicholson’s left is center medical director Dr. Earl C. Wood III; to his right is Partners Regional President George Wheeler; and behind him in the blue tie is Seneca Mayor Dan Alexander.
More than 100 area residents, along with Upstate civic, business, and community leaders, including Seneca Mayor Dan Alexander, South Carolina State Representative Bill Sandifer, and Oconee Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Vanessa Penton, attended a community grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony Tues., June 18 for Partners in Primary Care’s fifth senior-focused medical center in South Carolina at 366 Market St. in Seneca.
The new Partners primary care medical center is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and serves members from many different Medicare health plans, including Aetna, Wellcare and Humana. Partners plans to open four more new South Carolina medical centers this fall in Anderson, Spartanburg, and Charleston.