HARTSVILLE, SC (May 21, 2012) — Dr. Susan D. Reynolds grew up in Hartsville. She graduated from Hartsville High School. She earned a B.S. degree in biology from Furman University. She also has a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from The Citadel and a Master of Science degree in Anatomy from the Medical University of South Carolina. She taught high school science (physics, chemistry, biology, and physical science) in Charleston, S.C. for five years before entering medical school. She received her M.D. degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. She then completed her residency in internal medicine (at the Medical College of Georgia and at MUSC) with an additional year in pathology (at MUSC).
She has been practicing medicine in the Pee Dee area of South Carolina since 1989. She moved back to Hartsville in 1997.
She serves as the Darlington County Medical Director for Hospice Care of South Carolina.
She volunteers at the Free Medical Clinic in Hartsville.
Her hobbies include music and photography. She has published several books of her photographs. She is a member of the DAR. She is a lifelong member of the First Baptist Church where she serves as the church historian.
“I am extremely honored to have been voted Best Physician in Darlington County. I would like to say that I work in a medical community of outstanding physicians who do their best every day to take care of the patients in our area. It is great to be associated with The Medical Group and Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center. I have been practicing in my hometown of Hartsville, S.C. since 1997. There is no place that I would rather be.
I want to thank my patients for placing their confidence in me. I hope to continue providing them with the medical care that they need. It is a privilege to serve as their physician.
I also wish to thank my office manager, staff, and nurses for the exceptional job that they do in providing for our patients.”
S. Reynolds, M.D.