103 Little Mountain Road | Ninety Six, SC 29666
Phone: (864) 543-3515 , Fax: (864) 725-1931
Office Hours: Due to COVID-19, we will operate under the following schedule: Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday- CLOSING AT NOON
Located in the historical town of Ninety Six, Family Healthcare – Ninety Six is a full-service family practice office with two, full-time family practitioners and a full-time nurse practitioner. Dr. Randy Robinson took over Dr. Oliver Thomas’s practice back in the mid 1980’s, and the office was then taken over by its present physicians in 1992. Dr. Dan Robinson bought the practice, and he and Dr. Michael Bryant built the current facility at 103 Little Mountain that opened in March of 1993.
The Ninety Six Office offers a wide array of services including preventive health maintenance exams for both children and adults, sick visits, minor skin surgeries and repairs, stress testing, blood work, allergy injections, protime (coumadin) monitoring, minor orthopedic services and weight management.
Radiological testing is also part of the services offered through our group at Tower Pointe Medical Center on West Alexander in Greenwood. At this facility, we are able to provide MRI, CT scans, Ultrasounds (both General and Vascular), routine films and nuclear medicine studies. We also offer services in sleep medicine with a state-of-the-art Sleep Lab.
Patricia V. Goodman, NP
Regular office hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon-Fri.
Our practice provides clinical advice twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week for all established patients.
After regular office hours, you can reach the on-call physician by calling Self Regional Healthcare at 725- 4111. Tell the operator who your physician is, and they will page the on-call physician. The doctor will return your call.
We provide extended office hours for our patients to accommodate urgent and routine care. Patients are instructed to call 864-725-4111 after hours to schedule care during our weekend extended office hours. The on-call provider will triage appointments based on patient needs. Patients requiring urgent care will take priority over patients requiring routine care. Saturday: 9 -10 a.m. Sunday: 1 – 2 p.m.
When our patients require hospitalization, hospital management is provided by physicians with hospital practices.