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State Blurb


South Carolina


TeamHealth operates practice groups in Greenville, Columbia, Florence, Charleston and Myrtle Beach. The Palmetto State was the first of the American colonies to declare independence from the British Crown during the American Revolution. It’s the 40th largest state in total land area and the 24th most populous.


City Blurb


Myrtle Beach, South Carolina


Ranked by Trip Advisor as the No. 1 summer travel destination, and by Family Vacation Critic as one of the top 10 best beaches for families. Home to 30 miniature golf courses and 102 golf courses. Notable native: Kelly Wearstler, interior and fashion designer called “the presiding grande dame of West Coast interior design” by The New Yorker.




Myrtle Beach, South Carolina


Myrtle Beach in Brief

Situated at the center of a large, continuous stretch of beach known as the Grand Strand in northeastern South Carolina, Myrtle Beach is a mecca for tourism, attracting 16 million visitors every year. Those who live there get to enjoy its southern charm, 1.2-mile boardwalk and award-winning offerings year-round.


The Myrtle Beach File

  1. Education. Horry County Schools serves about 40,000 Myrtle Beach students, making it the third largest public school district in South Carolina.
  2. Real Estate. Whether you’re seeking a beachfront property, a home with a golf course view or a condo or townhouse, you’ll find the Myrtle Beach housing market has something for every budget.
  3. Family. Myrtle Beach is a great place for families, since it offers plenty of family-friendly recreation, cultural and entertainment options.
  4. Culture. From theaters and music venues to museums and art galleries—plus amusement parks and casino cruises—Myrtle Beach has cultural activities to suit every taste.
  5. Recreation. Myrtle Beach is a recreational wonderland, with activities including water sports, boating and fishing, biking, tennis, skateboarding and golf.
  6. Weather. Myrtle Beach enjoys a subtropical climate that features long, hot summers and short, mild winters—plus more than 2,800 hours of annual sunshine.


Myrtle Beach Fun Fact

Myrtle Beach is technically a manmade island, as it’s been separated from the continental U.S. since 1936 by the Intracoastal Waterway.