595 West Carolina Avenue, Varnville, SC 29944 | Phone: 800.575.1435 or 803.943.2771

HRMC Employment

Hampton Regional Medical Center is a dynamic, growing organization and we are always searching for exceptional employees to join our team. View a list of job openings currently available at HRMC.

If you are an extraordinary individual with expertise and talent, we encourage you to fill out our online application, or call and discuss your career interests. Fax your application to 803-943-1257.
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Emergency Medicine

You spoke, and we listened...not just better healthcare, but a better healthcare experience! Serving your critical needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our doors remain open, our lights are always on and the highly skilled staff of the Emergency Department at HRMC are here to care for you.

In a millisecond and without warning, an accident; sudden illness; or violent incident can alter a person's life forever. From a child's ear ache to a life threatening heart attack, the HRMC Emergency Department is here for the people of Hampton and surrounding counties. Make us your first stop to stabilize any level of emergency that may occur; this decision could assure life over death.

The HRMC Emergency Department treats 12,000 patients, on average, from our service area every year. The Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Life flight service/heliport is readily available. As members of the care team, the Emergency Department offers a full range of services to give patients immediate and experienced care right when it is needed.

The Emergency Department is staffed with emergency medicine trained, board-certified physicians. If you are unsure whether or not you have an emergency, call the Emergency Department at (803) 943-1250, or contact your physician ahead of time to verify whether or not to go. For routine emergencies, HRMC provides examinations and offers less waiting time.
  • Banner picture of two Doctors (male and female) and  three Nurses ( two females and one male) rushing and pushing a male patient down a hallway in a Hospital on a stretcher.