EmergencyMD Boiling Springs Advanced Urgent Care

8:30am to 7:00pm, EmergencyMD is the only Advanced Urgent Care in the upstate.



23,000 Sq Ft Medical Complex is anchored by EmergencyMD Advanced Urgent Care!

Who Else? We Support the surrounding communities!

Our one out of 3 EmergencyMD Advanced Urgent Care’s is located in Boiling Springs, South Carolina. Patients have been known to drive from 30 miles away to take advantage of the low cost and amazing service.

  • Easy Access and Free Parking

  • Just off Hwy 9

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  • 23,000 k Sq ft facility upon completion

  • Full Service Medical Complex
  • Full Service Radiology
  • Full Service Laboratory
  • DOT Certified
  • On-Site Rejuvenation Center (Click Here to Learn More!)
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Get Directions Now! We’re Just a Short Drive!

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Take ramp onto I-85 N toward Charlotte Go for 8.7 mi/
Take exit 75 toward SC-9/Spartanburg/Boiling Springs Go for 0.4 mi
Turn left onto Boiling Springs Rd (SC-9) Go for 1.5 mi

Arrive at your Destination on Left


Take  ramp onto I-85 S (Veterans Memorial Hwy) toward Spartanburg. Go for 15.1 mi/
Take exit 75 toward ( North )Boiling Springs/Spartanburg onto SC-9 (Boiling Springs Rd) Go for 1.8 mi/
Arrive at 2555 Highway 9 (SC-9). Your destination is on the left.


About The Project!

Boiling Springs… for amazing healthcare!

EmergencyMD has broken ground on a medical complex on Highway 9. After the success that we have experience with our Greenville location, EmergencyMD set its sights on multiple possible locations in the Upstate and found that Boiling Springs is growing by leaps and bounds without access to comprehensive medical care.

As former ER physicians at Spartanburg Regional, Drs. Blasenak and Brancati realized that EmergencyMD needed to be placed in an area that was underserved and rapidly growing. Boiling Springs and northern Spartanburg County met these qualifications to a T.

After too many ER shifts of receiving patients from Northern Spartanburg County who were extremely sick by the time they arrived in the ER, the doctors realized action was needed to provide quality care to these patients who were sicker than they should have been because of the long drive it took to get to Spartanburg.