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MUSC Children's After Hours Care

MUSC Children's Hospital is pleased to provide after hours care clinics in Mount Pleasant, North Charleston and now in Summerville.

Though your pediatrician may keep normal office hours — fevers, rashes, cuts and sprains keep their options open. As a result, many children end up in adult-oriented urgent care clinics or crowded emergency rooms. MUSC Children’s After Hours Care is changing what’s possible. We’re working with pediatricians throughout the Lowcountry to extend access to quality pediatric care to weeknights, weekends and holidays. Every child deserves the right care at the right time.

  • 100% Pediatric-trained staff
  • Child-friendly environment
  • Pediatric equipment, radiology and labs
  • Shorter wait times than the average ER visit
  • Open evenings, weekends, and holidays
  • Timely communication with your doctor
  • Newborns through age 17
  • No appointments necessary

MUSC Children's After Hours Locations:

Summerville - NOW OPEN                    
4330 Ladson Road     
Summerville, SC 29485

Mount Pleasant
2705 Highway 17 North, Suite 100
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29466
Across from Brickyard Plantation

North Charleston                           
2750 Dantzler Drive, Unit 102       
North Charleston, SC 29406
Across from Charleston Southern

3 p.m. - 10 p.m. Monday through Friday
12 p.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and holidays

Offering Treatment For:

  • Episodic illnesses including sore throats, earaches, bronchitis, cough, colds, flu and upset stomach
  • Sprains, strains and fracture care (sports-related injuries)
  • Asthma therapies - breathing treatments
  • Point of care testing - urinalysis, RSV, influenza, rapid strep
  • Urinary catheterization
  • IV therapy for dehydration
  • Splinting
  • Simple laceration repair with glue and/or steri-strips
  • Foreign body removal
  • On-site digital X-ray services with equipment sized for children
  • Transfer of any patient who needs more specialty-based care or has an acute illness that requires more serious intervention