Phone Numbers

Main Campus Front Desk
(803) 791-2000
Public Relations & Marketing
(803) 791-2191
Patient Admissions
(803) 791-2570
Patient Billing (Hospital)
(803) 791-2300
(877) 835-0975

Advanced Medicine

Leaders in Care

We’ve long been associated with high-quality patient care and satisfaction. But we're also a leader in providing the most advanced medical technology and treatment options.

  • We perform more surgeries than any other hospital in the Midlands, with 29 state-of-the-art operating rooms.
  • We were the first hospital in South Carolina to perform microwave ablation, a minimally invasive, outpatient treatment used to destroy tumors.
  • We were one of the first hospitals in the state to offer IGRT, an innovative radiation therapy that can result in higher cure rates and fewer side effects.
  • We were one of the first hospitals in the state to perform single incision laparoscopic surgery, which often limits scarring, shortens recovery time and reduces postoperative pain.
  • We have percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) designation which allows us to perform angioplasty to restore blood flow in someone experiencing a heart attack.
  • Two state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization suites support intricate diagnostic and interventional procedures, including angioplasty, to clear blocked arteries without traditional surgery or a lengthy recovery.
  • Our powerful linear accelerator delivers precise amounts of radiation to even the smallest cancerous tumors to spare healthy tissue and limit side effects.
  • Our cancer program boasts the region’s most experienced radiologists and pathologists devoted to curing a disease that claims more than 500,000 Americans per year.

Advances in Radiology

  • Computed Tomography (CT) Department
    Lexington Medical Center has already added 2 new CT scanners and will be installing another soon, giving us a total of 4 high-end CT scanners that along with our 16 slice allows us to perform even more of the challenging exams such as cardiac work, arteriograms and Trans-catheter Aortic Valve Replacements (TAVR).

    The CT department also screens patients for Lung Cancer by performing Low-Dose Lung Screening exams on patients who meet the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service (CMS) guidelines.
  • Nuclear Medicine Department
    Lexington Medical Center has recently added more functionality to Nuclear Medicine with a new General Electric (GE) camera allowing us more flexibility for patient exams.
  • Radiologist
    Lexington Medical Center recently added Voice Recognition for our radiologist. This technology allows quicker turnaround times for imaging reports to the ordering provider.
  • Ultrasound Department
    Replaced Ultrasound Unit with the latest GE technology (The Logiq E9 XDclear system).

    The Logiq E9 XDclear system is a powerful and versatile general imaging system that helps meet a wide variety of Ultrasound needs with intuitive, advance capabilities delivering extraordinary image quality for a broad spectrum of patient body types.
  • Women’s Imaging Center (WIC)
    Replaced Ultrasound units with Logiq 8 from General Electric (GE). The units have elastography and other functions that optimize visualization of breast tissue and lymph nodes.  Visualization of the needle during biopsies is optimized as well as the clip placement post biopsy.

    The First Phase of the Foundation’s Campaign for Clarity to install Three-Dimensional (3D) Mammography across the district is two-thirds complete.  Lexington Medical Center - Lexington’s 3D unit has been installed and they are now performing 3D exams. Lexington Medical Center’s WIC has installed a 3D unit as well which makes the second unit for this location. The mobile unit will also be outfitted for 3D; updating the uninterruptible power supply (UPS), electrical and security systems.

Radiation Oncology

  • Now operating with three linear accelerators; Lexington Medical Center’s Radiation Oncology continues to offer access to the most advanced technology in the fight against cancer.  Utilizing Varian’s True Beam targeted therapy and advanced imaging - also known as stereotactic radiosurgery SRS or stereotactic body radiosurgery SBRT, cancerous targets not considered for radiation treatments, are now being treated.  The same advanced technologies offered at large research facilities are being offered closer to home.

Da Vinci Surgical System

  • Leading the way in the use of new technology utilizing the da Vinci® surgical system, we provide patients with an advanced robotic minimally-invasive alternative to open surgery. We continue to grow the program with an increase from 374 total cases in 2014- 2015 to 482 cases in 2016 performed using this technology. The cases include gynecological, general surgery, and urological cases.

TAVR (Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement)

  • Lexington Medical Center has continued to build its heart program by offering a variety of new services. In May of 2014, LMC began to offer transcatheter aortic valve replacement, known as TAVR, with a team of board-certified physicians and clinicians. This state-of- the-art cardiovascular technology allows doctors to replace the aortic valve in patients without open heart surgery.

    Lexington Medical Center participates in the Society for Thoracic Surgery (STS) and American College of Cardiology (ACC)’s national TAVR Registry which, as shown below, continues to validate Lexington Medical Center’s excellent patient outcomes compared to the TAVR programs in the nation.

World’s Smallest Pacemaker – Micra

  • Celebrating the fifth anniversary of its comprehensive cardiovascular program, Lexington Medical Center has become a leader in heart care in our community. In March 2017, LMC became the first hospital in South Carolina to implant a new wireless pacemaker called Micra to fix a slow heart beat that affects the bottom chamber of the heart. Patients with a slow or irregular heart beat that arises from a problem in the top chamber or both chambers of the heart are not good candidates for Micra. Called the world’s smallest pacemaker, this device is not visible under the skin, and because there are no wires connected to it, there is a lower risk of complications.

    It is the size of a vitamin capsule and is inserted through a small incision in the patient’s upper leg. From there, it’s expertly threaded through the vein and placed directly into the heart. Tiny prongs then send electrical impulses to pace the heart in a natural, healthy rhythm. Since there are no leads, the concern is eliminated about the leads shifting within the heart. Once placed, the sophisticated device adjusts the rhythm to the patient’s activity level and can keep a patient’s heart rhythm regular for about 12 years.


  • Lexington Medical Center's heart program continues to grow. The Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion (LAAO) device, WATCHMAN ™ , debuted in March 2017. This innovative one-time procedure is minimally invasive, performed in the Cath Lab, lasts about an hour, and most patients are discharged the following day. WATCHMAN ™ has proven to offer stroke risk reduction by preventing blood clots that form during non-valvular atrial fibrillation. This device also eliminates the need for long-term anticoagulation in patients who are at risk for bleeding complications.