Legacy of Excellence
The Montgomery Center for Family Medicine is dedicated to providing quality care in a friendly and professional environment while considering the patient’s individual needs.
As an educational facility, the aim of the program is to train Family Medicine residents to become competent, compassionate and proficient physicians able to meet the medical needs of the community. Click here to download our brochure.
What to Expect at a Residency Clinic
A residency clinic is a medical facility where resident physicians see patients and provide care under the direction of board-certified Family Medicine physicians.
Residents are physicians who are receiving additional training after obtaining their doctor of medicine degree. They have completed medical school and are gaining an additional three years of training in the specialty of family medicine.
As a team, our resident physicians will discuss your individualized care with board-certified physicians. They’ll be a part of your team of providers and take the time to share the latest advances in medical training. Because of their education and experience, residents can make some decisions regarding patient care and perform minor procedures without direct supervision.
In the Family Medicine Residency Program of Self Regional Healthcare, our licensed resident physicians, board-certified faculty physicians and the entire team of providers are here to provide comprehensive care and are fully engaged in your healthcare needs, as they help create the best experience for you and your family.
Montgomery Center for Family Medicine Services and Benefits
- Family medicine clinic that provides care for individuals at every stage of life–from infants to the elderly
- Preventative care including physicals and immunizations
- Full obstetrics and gynecological services within Advanced Women’s Care Greenwood with board-certified OB/GYNs and family physicians including prenatal care, delivery, postnatal care and well-women exams through
- NEW – Edgefield Medical Center OB Clinic
- Hospital care for patients provided by our attending and resident physicians
- Clinical psychology including mental health services and connecting patients to the right community resources
- On-site ultrasounds
- Walk-in pediatric clinic
- Sports Medicine Center
- On-site x-rays
- Diabetic specialty clinic
- On-site lab services
- Comprehensive care
- Team-based approach
- While resident physicians are in training, they dedicate ample one-on-one time with patients, resulting in attentive and thorough care
- Both resident and attending physicians work closely together on your care, in turn, providing you with more opinions and options for your treatment
- A large, full-time faculty of resident and attending physicians and nursing staff, allows patients to have better access to their providers and allow their providers to be more available
Frequently Asked Questions
What type of care will I receive by a resident physician?
Since our resident physicians work closely with attending physicians, patients are receiving care from a team of providers. Resident physicians spend time with their patients, collecting medical history and may perform a physical exam. The resident will collaborate with the attending physician, confirming the diagnosis and discussing the best course of action. The attending physician will meet with the patient to collect further information and to answer any additional questions.
Will I be able to address questions and concerns that I may have with resident physicians?
Resident physicians are very open to answering any questions or concerns that you may have. Our providers are continuously reading, researching and exploring the most recent and accurate information to be able to provide you with the best care. If they need any additional guidance, our attending physicians are available, allowing a team of doctors to have a part in your care.
Why will I not see the same physician at every visit?
While resident physicians are spending three years of medical training in the family medicine clinic, they are also broadening their knowledge in other various specialties like sports medicine, obstetrics/gynecology and pediatrics. Residents will also spend time in the hospital setting, as they learn to take care of patients. If your resident physician is away from the clinic, you may see one of their counterparts or an attending physician. That provider will stay in communication with your physician, giving them updates on your care.
What type of education and training do my providers have?
All of our physicians, both resident and attending, have completed medical school and hold either a degree of Medical Doctor (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO). Attending physicians are American board-certified and have already completed residency training, whereas resident physicians are currently completing their training.
For more information about Montgomery Center for Family Medicine call (864) 725-4865.
Hours of operation:
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
(Closed for Lunch 12:00 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.)
Monday 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
(Closed for Lunch 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.)
Montgomery Center for Family Medicine is conveniently located at 155 Academy Avenue, Greenwood, S.C.