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Inpatient Pediatric Care

AnMed Health Camp Gonna-Be-Well Inpatient Pediatric Care

Camp Gonna-Be-Well is where children stay when admitted to AnMed Health Women's and Children's Hospital. When kids get sick, there’s no magic pill or super power to make it all better, but we come real close.

Our staff strives to make Camp Gonna-Be-Well a home away from home for patients and their families. There are 22 private rooms, each with a sleeping space for a parent. The playroom is full of fun with toys, games and kid-sized furniture to make your child’s stay as fun as possible. With access to video games, computers and DVDs, our hospital is designed so kids can be kids, even when they're sick.

Coming to Camp Gonna-Be-Well?

  • Go to the main entrance of AnMed Health Women's and Children's Hospital. We're located on the North Campus at 2000 East Greenville Street. The entrance to the Women's and Children's Hospital is off East Reed Road near the Anderson Area YMCA. 
  • When you enter the hospital, turn left and take the elevator to the 2nd floor. 
  • Once on the 2nd floor, go to the admitting/registration desk. If you have questions before you arrive, please call (864) 512-4731.

Pediatric Hospitalists

When a child enters Camp Gonna-Be-Well, they are cared for by a pediatric hospitalist until they leave our hospital. Through a partnership with Greenville Hospital System's Children's Hospital, pediatric hospitalists are on site at AnMed Health Women's and Children's Hospital 24-hours a day, seven days a week. You could call them our "camp counselors."

Pediatric hospitalists are board-certified pediatricians who focus solely on caring for children while they are in the hospital. These specialized physicians are trained to treat children with problems such as infections, respiratory or chronic illnesses, injuries or surgery, including newborns. You might think of your child as a miniature adult, but when it comes to their health care, kids need doctors who know and understand their issues, big or small.

Meet our pediatric hospitalists:

Nathan F. Bradford, M.D.
Jennifer Carney, D.O.*
Artur Charowski, M.D.*
Deandra Clark, M.D.
Sara Clark, M.D.*
Jacelyn Hanna, M.D.*
Carley Howard, M.D.*
Ruchika Jain, M.D.
Whitney Moses, M.D.*
Meenu Potdar, M.D.*
Allison Ranck, M.D.*
Patrice Richardson, M.D.*
Kent B. Sizemore, M.D.
Jae IL Sohn, M.D.
Miranda Worster, M.D.*

* Part of our partnership with Greenville Hospital System Children's Hospital

Our nurses, respiratory therapists and other clinical staff are also specially trained to care for pediatric patients. The clinical staff cares for patients from newborns to teens as they recover from surgical procedures, respiratory distress, infections and many other illnesses. The entire pediatric staff is trained in PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support), which equips them to care for your child in any emergency situation.

Visitor Information

Visiting hours at AnMed Health Women's and Children's Hospital are from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily. For the safety of our patients, the hospital doors are locked each night at 9 p.m. After hours visitors will need to use the call box near the main entrance to enter the hospital. Once inside, late night visitors will be required to sign in with the guest ambassador and get a name tag before going to the patient’s room.

Guidelines to keep in mind:

  • Visits should be limited to 10-15 minutes.
  • No more than 3 people in a room at a time.
  • Visits by children younger than 14 not allowed, with exception of a patient's siblings.
We ask that visitors:
  • Wash their hands when entering and exiting a patient's room.
  • Be as quiet as possible and respect other patients.
  • Dress appropriately. Shoes and shirts are required.
  • Please do not block the staff’s ability to quickly reach a patient's bedside.
  • Talk with the patient's nurse about dietary restrictions before bringing food to a patient.
  • Use the cafeteria for personal meals and snacks. A visitor meal can be purchased from the cafeteria and delivered to the patient’s room. Remember, smoking is not permitted on AnMed Health campuses.
  • Also, please note that AnMed Health only allows mylar balloons inside the hospital.
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