Aiken Regional Medical Centers (ARMC), owned and operated by Universal Health Services, Inc., is a quality healthcare provider in Aiken, South Carolina. Since its inception in 1917, the 225-bed acute care facility has been actively engaged in serving Aiken and its surrounding communities.
Originally called the Aiken Hospital and Relief Society, ARMC extends its services in a variety of medical specialties.
The Cancer Care Institute of Carolina is the most comprehensive cancer treatment center in the region.
The Cardiovascular Institute provides innovative care for all aspects of cardiac diseases. It offers excellent rehabilitation services and educational programs.
The Women’s LifeCare Center stands out for its exceptional women’s services.
The Diabetes & Nutrition Teaching Center, the first in the Central Savannah River Area to receive recognition by the American Diabetes Association, is devoted to providing quality diabetics care. Further, it organizes nutritional education and disease-specific self-management sessions.
The Aurora Pavilion Behavioral Health Services, accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, is a 47-bed facility for individuals affected by emotional stress, mental illness, and addictive diseases.
Other treatment units include Joint Pain Center, Wound Care Center, and Sleep Lab. Cardiopulmonary, pain management, and respiratory services are also offered. Yoga and aerobic classes also are conducted at the Aurora Pavilion Gym.
In addition, Aiken Regional Medical Centers play a vital role in providing educational classes, support groups and wellness programs. A free membership program, the “Senior Wellness", is managed for the senior citizens.