Providing a new approach to care through a compassionate workforce that is open for all.
To enrich the lives of those we serve through a collaborative and innovative approach to care.
When your loved one needs more care than you can give, the teams at South Atlantic Health Care spring into action with specialized clinical care and personalized support. It’s not what we provide—long- or short-term care and rehabilitation—it’s how we provide it. We focus on improving the health and well-being of all residents, no matter their condition or situation.
People say when they visit a SAHC facility, they feel a spirit of community and kinship, and that means everything to us. We strive each day to surround your family member with the warmth and comfort of a home away from home.
Behind Our Brand of Quality Healthcare, There’s a Dedicated Community
We are proud to dispense personalized, resident-focused care with compassion and empathy…care that puts your loved one’s dignity and integrity first. Each professional on our interdisciplinary teams—from registered nurses to physicians to therapists to dietitians—plays an important role in providing excellent skilled nursing, dementia care and rehabilitation services.
Care That Leaves No Patient Behind
“Leave no patient behind” is about access. We operate 15 skilled nursing facilities across South Carolina and Georgia. Leaving no patient behind also drives our ideology of caring for and embracing adult residents from all walks of life and in virtually any medical situation.
Meet Our President
Stan Healy is the President of South Atlantic Health Care. SAHC operates skilled nursing facilities in South Carolina and Georgia. He joined SAHC (formerly known as Orianna Health Systems) in 2016 as the Senior Vice President of Post-Acute Strategy.
Previously he was a Senior Administrator with the Greenville Health System (Prisma Health) in Greenville, South Carolina, and was responsible for facility based Post-Acute services that included: LTAC, SNF, DME, IRF, and related product lines. He was involved in implementing BPCI for orthopedic and medicine bundles.
Prior to that he worked in Post-Acute Services at Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center, Skilled Nursing, Harper Hospital and Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan.
Healy has served as president of NOTUS Sports in Greenville South Carolina, since 2011, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to attract, create and manage high-profile sporting events to showcase the upstate of South Carolina while promoting the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.
Healy was named Greenville Spartanburg Anderson Healthcare Hero in 2014 for his work in Community Outreach.
Healy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Southern Wesleyan University, a Master of Business Administration degree from Emory University and a Doctor of Health Administration degree from Medical University of South Carolina.
Healy is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and has served on numerous local and national boards.