Beaufort Memorial Hospital opens new OB/GYN practice

Beaufort Memorial Hospital welcomes Berniece E. Redmond, MD, to the hospital’s medical staff. A board certified OB/GYN specialist, Dr. Redmond comes to the Lowcountry after 17 years of private practice in North Carolina.

Dr. Redmond will be the first physician to join Beaufort Memorial Physician Partners’ new women’s healthcare practice, Beaufort Memorial Obstetrics & Gynecology Specialists.

The practice opened February 3 in a newly renovated office located in Suite 210 of the Beaufort Medical Plaza at 989 Ribaut Road, and is accepting new patients. In addition, Dr. Redmond is currently scheduling 15-minute one-on-one “meet and greet” appointments for expectant mothers and other women who are interested in becoming patients of the practice. There is no charge for the meet and greet appointments. Call 843-522-7820 for information.

Board-certified specialist Berniece Redmond, MD, now accepting patients

Dr. Redmond, who began her career as a nurse, received her medical degree from the East Carolina University School of Medicine, where she was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and served as class president. She completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, N.C.

Dr. Redmond will be joined this spring by Drs. Christopher B. Benson and Gregory A. Miller, board-certified OB/GYN physicians currently practicing in Rock Hill, SC. They will be delivering babies at the Birthing Center at Beaufort Memorial Hospital.

“We are indeed fortunate to have Dr. Redmond join our team at Beaufort Memorial,” said Sam Derrick, executive director of Beaufort Memorial Physician Partners. “Beaufort Memorial is committed to the medical specialty of obstetrics and gynecology and having a physician with her background and wealth of experience will certainly benefit the health of women in our community.”

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