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West Florence Family Practice welcomes new provider

West Florence Family Practice welcomes new provider

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Christy Prose, M.D.

Carolinas Hospital System and Carolinas Medical Alliance welcome Christy Prose, M.D. to West Florence Family Practice.

FLORENCE, S.C. -- Carolinas Hospital System and Carolinas Medical Alliance welcome Christy Prose, M.D. to West Florence Family Practice.

Prose received her medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine in Dominica, West Indies and completed her residency in Family Medicine at Houston Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas. She is board certified in family medicine.

Prose said she is looking forward to serving Florence and the surrounding areas.

“I know being a family doctor is the calling of my life. I’m looking forward to meeting new patients and forming lasting caring relationships with them and also being a part of the Florence community.” She will be joining the practice with Anne Marie Samaha, M.D., Michele Phipps, M.D., and Amy Sved, FNP.

Prose and the medical staff of West Florence Family Practice are accepting new patients and same day appointments may be available.

To schedule an appointment, please call 843-679-4214 or visit CarolinasMedicalAlliance.com and submit an appointment request.

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