Friday, September 30, 2022
Roper St. Francis Healthcare remains available to serve patients
Roper St. Francis Healthcare will scale back some in-person services on Friday but will remain open to serve the community's urgent healthcare needs during Hurricane Ian.
The healthcare system's six Emergency Departments will remain open during the storm, and virtual care also will be available around the clock.
Roper St. Francis Physician Partners offices will conduct only virtual visits on Friday. Roper St. Francis Express Cares are closed Friday and plan to reopen on Saturday.
All outpatient imaging service is closed Friday.
We will restrict public access to our hospitals.
The open entrances will be at the Doughty Garage and the Emergency Department through Sunday.
BON SECOURS ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL
The open entrances will be at the Emergency Department and the Women’s, Infants and Children through Sunday.
ROPER ST. FRANCIS MOUNT PLEASANT HOSPITAL
The only open entrance will be at the Emergency Department through Sunday.
ROPER ST. FRANCIS BERKELEY HOSPITAL
The only open entrance will be at the Emergency Department. The main hospital door will reopen for normal operations on Saturday morning.