The health of all South Carolinians is one of MUSC’s top priorities. Through partnerships with providers across the state, MUSC telehealth programs offer lifesaving treatment and specialty consultation for patients near and far. Patients can be seen through connections offered in their community’s physician office or through school-based clinics. An expanding network of services is also being provided through local hospitals to assist in the event of serious health events such as stroke and pediatric emergencies. MUSC is ready to be a part of your medical team.
View a list of all state-wide locations to the right or read answers to our Frequently Asked Questions for Patients for more information.
If your healthcare provider's office is not a current location for telehealth services, patients are encouraged to speak with their provider about accessing MUSC specialty services from their local office. Providers can refer to our Frequently Asked Questions for Providers for more information.
For more information about MUSC’s telemedicine programs, please contact MUSC Center for Telehealth at
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