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Clemson Rural Health

Clemson Rural Health Patient Services

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Our Locations

  • Clemson Health Clinic at Walhalla

    The Clemson Health Clinic-Walhalla offers primary healthcare services to members of the Walhalla community, Oconee County and beyond. Created to fill a healthcare gap in a rural community, the clinic offers innovative services in primary care and health education in both English and Spanish.

    200 Booker Drive
    Walhalla, SC 29691
    877-430-9992 (toll-free)

  • Joseph F. Sullivan Center

    The Joseph F. Sullivan Center is an employee health and wellness clinic located in the heart of Clemson University’s campus at Edwards Hall. This convenient location means you don’t even have to leave your parking spot to receive quality care from campus!

    101 Edwards Hall
    Clemson, SC 29634
    877-430-9992 (toll-free)

  • Clemson Health Clinic at Orangeburg

    The Clemson Health Clinic at Orangeburg serves the residents of Orangeburg, Bamberg, Barnwell and Calhoun County. Through a strategic collaboration with Regional Medical Center, the clinic will serve as a hub for mobile and virtual chronic health care management.

    1181 Hutto Street
    Orangeburg, SC 29118
    877-430-9992 (toll-free)

  • Clemson Rural Health Support Office at Abbeville

    In partnership with the Abbeville Area Medical Center, the Clemson Rural Health Support Office provide nutrition and food security interventions to Abbeville and the surrounding counties.

    420 Thomson Circle
    Abbeville, SC 29620
    877-430-9992 (toll-free)

  • Clemson Rural Health Mobile Health Units

    Building on a 30+ year history of mobile medical services, Clemson Rural Health brings care to your neighborhood with a fleet of five custom built solar powered mobile medical clinics. Ranging in size from one to three exam rooms, these adaptive units are capable of offering a range of services depending on location and need. Take a look inside

Our Services

From the seasonal flu to managing a chronic disease, Clemson Rural Health offers holistic, affordable health care designed with you in mind in three convenient locations.

Take advantage of the services and resources we provide for our campus and community.

  • New Patients - Start Your Experience Here

    Thank you for choosing Clemson Rural Health for your health care needs. Schedule an appointment today by calling 864-656-3076.

    Please complete our new patient packet to bring to your first appointment

    Clemson Rural Health uses MyChart for patient access to records, scheduling, and online payment processing.

    Access MyChart

  • Available Services

    To schedule an appointment at any of our locations, call 864-656-3076

    Primary and Preventative Care

    Routine medical visits are important to help prevent, detect and manage chronic illness. With regular visits, healthcare providers can track changes to your health over time. Visit types include:

    • Annual exams
    • Women’s health exams
    • Medication management
    • Diabetes and high blood pressure.

    Acute Care

    Acute care includes medical visits for sickness or injury. It is important to see a healthcare provider to lessen the severity of an illness and check for underlying complications. Visit types include:

    • Flu tests
    • Referral for imaging
    • Treatment for short-term illness.

    Complementary Care

    As a part of our whole-person wellness approach, complementary services are incorporated in everything we do. Visit types include:

    • Health coaching
    • Health education
    • Social work
    • Access to Registered Dietitians

    Food Security and Nutrition

    A registered dietitian is available to provide individual or group nutrition counseling services for treatment and prevention of disease. In an appointment, the dietitian can:

    • Review your eating habits and lifestyle
    • Assess your nutritional status
    • Develop a personalized treatment plan
    • Connect you with healthy food resources through a fresh produce box program or vegetable prescription program.


    We offer a variety of immunizations - both routine and specialty - for adults. Flu vaccines are offered annually, along with TDAP, Shingrix, pneumonia and more. We also carry travel vaccines, so come see us before you travel or study abroad!

    Flu Vaccine Consent Form

    Mental Health

    We are no longer offering mental health services. Please refer to the lists below for mental health resources in your area.

    Local Mental Health Providers Proveedores Locales de Salud Mental

  • Clemson University Employees


    CU4Health is an employee wellness program with no out-of-pocket cost for those covered by the South Carolina state health plan. It includes a lipid panel, complete blood count, basic metabolic panel, health risk assessment, and counseling with a CRH health educator.

    Call 864-656-3076 and choose Joseph F. Sullivan Center when prompted.

    Access the CU4Health Portal

    Medical Surveillance Program (MSP)

    Clemson University affiliates, employees, and students who are potentially exposed to occupational hazards may enroll in the medical surveillance program at no cost through SciShield here.  Supervisors are responsible for enrolling their team members in SciShield and selecting the job activities of the team member. Specific job duties that require Medical Surveillance will trigger an enrollment within SciShield.

    If you have received notification from SciShield to enroll in Medical Surveillance, please download and complete the enrollment form here then submit to the MSP Program via email to The MSP team will process your enrollment within 72 business hours and you will receive notification through SciShield to your email. For guidance on finding your requirements within the SciShield system, see this link. For guidance on obtaining a copy of your immunization records, please click here

  • Patient Rights and Responsibilities
  • Health Information Privacy Practices
  • Fees and Insurance

    Patients are responsible for understanding insurance coverage benefits. Please verify that Clemson Rural Health is listed as approved providers prior to scheduling your appointment with us.

    • We accept most insurance plans.
    • Payment is due at time of service.
    • We accept cash, checks, debit cards and credit cards

Our Providers

Clemson Rural Health provides healthcare services to people of all ages in accordance with the South Carolina Nurse Practice Act and collaborative agreements with physician mentors.

Advanced Practice Registered Nurses have graduate-level education in primary care and can treat a variety of illnesses, injuries, and chronic diseases, as well as write prescriptions, order appropriate imaging and diagnostic studies, and refer for more specialized care.

Our History

Clemson Rural Health-JFSC has operated since the late 1970s as a nurse-managed, academic clinical learning institution and has delivered healthcare services via mobile health units staffed by family nurse practitioners with medication-assisted treatment waivers, registered nurses, health educators, and dietitians in the Upstate and Midlands regions, providing primary and preventive healthcare services to rural communities.

Non-Discrimination Statement

Clemson Rural Health complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Clemson Health Clinic Walhalla does not exclude people or treat them differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Clemson Rural Health provides free aids and services to people with disabilities to communicate effectively with us. We provide free language services to people whose primary language is not English. If you need these services, contact the administrative staff. If you believe that Clemson Rural Health has failed to provide these services or discriminated in another way on the basis of race, color, national origin, age disability, or sex, you can file a grievance with our Director, 101 Edwards Hall, Clemson, SC 29634, 864-656-3076. You can file a grievance in person or by mail or fax. If you need help filing a grievance, our staff is available to help you. You can also file a civil rights complaint with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights, electronically through the Office for Civil Rights Complaint Portal, available at, or by mail or phone at: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 200 Independence Ave, SW, Room 509F, HHH Building, Washington, D.C. 20201, 1-800-368-1019, 800-537-7697 (TDD), or complaint forms are available at

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