As a collaborative partner with the South Carolina Telehealth Alliance (SCTA), the South Carolina Children’s Hospital Collaborative co-leads a statewide pediatric telehealth workgroup.   All pediatric providers interested in collaborating and learning more about ongoing pediatric telehealth programs are encouraged to join one of the workgroup’s quarterly meetings.   For more information about pediatric telehealth initiatives or the workgroup, contact Ms. Maggie Cash, Executive Director, at

The South Carolina Children’s Advocacy Medical Response System is the state’s coordinated medical response program for children who are suspected or confirmed victims of child abuse or neglect.   For more information , visit or contact Dr. Olga Rosa, Medical Director, (803) 434-3822 or by email at

South Carolina Pediatric Palliative and Hospice Care Collaborative brings together three children’s hospital-based palliative care programs and the state’s only pediatric hospice care provider, Agape Care – Hands of Hope Pediatric Program, to improve services and improve access to services through combined advocacy efforts and provider education.   For more information, contact Weston Rice, NP at

The South Carolina Neonatal Medical Consortium brings together neonatal medicine providers from across to the state to focus on improving the quality of care provided to critically ill or premature infants.   For more information, contact Dr. Dave Annibale at or Julie Ross at

The Children’s Heart Program of South Carolina is a coordinated network of pediatric cardiology providers and outreach centers throughout the state, offering comprehensive inpatient and outpatient cardiovascular care to South Carolina’s children and surrounding regions.  For more information, contact:
  1. Charleston area:  (843) 876-0444
  2. Columbia area:    (803) 434-7940
  3. Florence area:     (843) 777-7300
  4. Greenville area:  (864) 454-5120

South Carolina has an organized system of care for high risk mothers and infants.    Each of our member hospitals serves as the regional perinatal center in their respective region.  For more information about South Carolina’s perinatal regionalization system, refer to the SC DHEC South Carolina Health Plan, starting on page 15: