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One Child At a Time

HopeHealth Pediatrics is dedicated to caring for each child and adolescent one by one with attentive and thorough well visits and treatment plans. Our pediatricians implement the patient-centered medical home model to ensure your child gets the care they deserve.

Pediatric & Adolescent Care

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With board certified pediatricians in Florence and Manning, SC, HopeHealth Pediatrics offers the best from newborn to adolescent care. Whether it’s routine immunizations, a well visit, or a sick visit, our friendly, experienced staff is ready to help.

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HopeHealth Pediatrics in Florence

Originally located on 2nd Loop Road in Florence, HopeHealth Pediatrics is dedicated to the individual needs of each child.

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HopeHealth Pediatrics in Manning

Located beside HopeHealth in Manning, HopeHealth Pediatrics in Manning is a pediatric and adolescent health care provider for newborns, infants, young children, adolescents, and teens.

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Pediatrics in Kingstree

HopeHealth in Kingstree now offers pediatric services providing care for newborns, infants, young children, adolescents, and teens.

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Why Choose HopeHealth Pediatrics?

HopeHealth is leading the way in implementing patient centered medical home standards in each of our pediatric locations. Our commitment to quality care, reduced wait times, and preventive medicine makes us a great choice for anyone looking for a pediatrician.

In addition to accepting Medicaid and all other forms of insurance, you can apply for special programs to help make health care affordable for your family.

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Call today to schedule your first appointment. The HopeHealth Pediatrics staff focuses on one child at a time, providing excellent service and care to all families.

Quality Care for a Healthy Beginning

If you choose HopeHealth Pediatrics as your child’s primary care medical home, from the very first visit, we will work to maintain your child’s health and encourage their continued growth and development. We will also work to educate you on your child’s health to help you remain in full control and fully aware of how to continue care after your child’s well-visit. Our pediatricians will work hard to foster an environment of two-way communications from birth through your child’s adolescent years.

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Well-Child Care Pediatric Visits

Do not wait until your child is sick to see a doctor. Regularly scheduled well-child visits will be the key to keeping your child and adolescent healthy. Well-child visits could also lead to early detection of more serious conditions.

A regular visit with your pediatrician for preventive care services can include immunizations and vaccinations, as well as assessments and developmental screenings. Developmental milestones, nutrition, safety and your child’s emotional well-being are discussed at each visit. Well-child care visits are an opportunity for parents to discuss issues relevant to the child’s overall health and wellbeing, including social concerns, emotional health, sleeping and eating patterns, and academic success.

The Benefits of Well-Child Visits

  • Prevention
  • Tracking Growth and Development
  • Raising Concerns
  • Team Approach


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Committed to Providing Excellent Care for Your Child’s Well-Being.

HopeHealth Pediatricians consider the developmental and social aspects of health that impact your child. Our pediatrics team will customize a care plan for your child, including connecting your family with resources available in the community.

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Pediatric Care Services

At HopeHealth Pediatrics, our board-certified pediatricians serve newborns, children, adolescents, and young adults. No matter how complex the symptom may be, HopeHealth Pediatrics is experienced and equipped to manage every child’s care.

Well-Child Care

HopeHealth Pediatrics offers well-child care to ensure your child receives routine preventive exams,  remains up-to-date on all of their vaccinations, and allows you and the provider a chance to address any concerns about your child’s development and behavior.

Newborn Care

Newborn care is generally provided by pediatricians and pediatric nurse practitioners. Typically, once discharged from the hospital, a well newborn should follow up with their primary care provider within the first week of being home. Based on the age of the infant as well as the progress of feedings and weight gain, additional visits may be needed before the infant turns one month old. Once growing well and eating well, as long as the family is doing well with adapting to having a new baby at home, the baby will return for a one-month visit. We have the best newborn care pediatricians and nurse practitioners in Florence, SC and Manning, SC.

At the first visits with your baby’s provider, you should expect that he or she will be weighed and his or her length, as well as head circumference, will be measured by a nurse or medical assistant. This allows your baby’s provider to track and follow his or her growth. The infant will usually receive a full examination by his or her provider. Important things discussed will be feedings, including what type of feeding your baby is receiving. Specifically, if your baby is on formula, his or her provider would want to know what type of formula.

If your baby is breastfeeding, important things to discuss would be how often your baby is feeding, if you are pumping breast milk at all, and any difficulties or concerns you have with breastfeeding. How often your baby is having wet and dirty diapers is very important to discuss, as this gives his or her provider more information regarding how much he or she is eating, and if he or she is tolerating their formula or breast milk feedings.

What To Bring To Your Baby’s First Visit

Good things to bring to your baby’s first visit would include any information on your baby that you were given at his or her hospital discharge, including any medications or immunizations given to your baby. If you had any health problems during delivery or during pregnancy, that is also something important to discuss with your baby’s provider during the first visits.

We enjoy watching your baby grow, and we also enjoy watching you learn to care for your baby and become educated about what is best for your baby as he or she grows.

Our Passion for Newborn Care

We as pediatric providers have a passion for newborn care. We follow recommendations provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics on developmental milestones expected for infants as they grow as well as recommended screening tools to complete at certain well visits. The ultimate goal of newborn care in the primary care setting is to closely monitor for any concerns with a new baby’s health as well as to help enable parents and families to take care of their new baby to the best of their ability.

Chronic Conditions

HopeHealth Pediatrics offers pediatric care for children who have chronic conditions or other complex medical issues that require them to see a variety of specialty providers. HopeHealth Pediatrics will help coordinate with specialty providers and will work to build effective treatment plans amongst everyone involved in your child’s care.

HopeHealth Chronic Care Services
  • Longer Visits with the Pediatrician or Nurse Practitioner
  • Personalized Treatment Plans
  • Care Coordination
  • Medication Management and Assistance

Sick-Child Care

HopeHealth offers sick-child care diagnosis and treatment of common illnesses such as fevers, colds, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), rashes, ear infections, constipation, diarrhea, gastroenteritis, thrush, influenza, pink eye, strep throat, hand-foot-mouth disease, and more.

Infectious Diseases

HopeHealth has board certified pediatric infectious diseases pediatricians in Florence, SC who are well-trained in the diagnosis and treatment of many different types of infectious diseases and infections. Some of the types of infectious diseases our pediatricians treat include: HIV/AIDS diagnosis and evaluation, complicated lung infections, methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (aka MRSA), travel-related infections, such as parasitic infections or malaria, nervous system infections, specialty referrals, recurring infections and more.

Our pediatric infectious disease pediatrician, Dr. Michael K. Foxworth II, is one of just a handful of pediatric infectious disease specialists in the state of South Carolina.

Michael K. Foxworth II, MD, FAAP

Pediatrics, Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Degrees and Certifications
Bachelor of Arts in Music, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 2001
Doctor of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine, Charleston, SC, 2006
Pediatric Residency, Virginia Commonwealth University Health System-Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 2006-2009
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Our HopeHealth Pediatric and Adolescent centers in Florence and Manning offer medical history and physical exams for children who are looking to participate in organized sports. School and sports physicals are an important tool in identifying conditions that might affect a child’s performance and level of participation in sports and other types of physical activity. Physical exams help determine if a child is immunized, if there is a history of asthma, if a child heat illnesses, if the child is using alcohol, drugs, or some form of performance enhancing drugs, and if the child has a history of dizziness or fainting.

Teen Health Services

HopeHealth offers teen health services in two convenient primary care health centers: Florence and Manning. Our team of pediatricians are specially trained to work with adolescents and young adults. Services offered include: immunizations, routine check ups, care of minor injuries, lab tests, hearing and vision, minor surgical procedures, birth control, menstrual disorders, and sports, camp and school physicals.


HopeHealth Pediatrics offers a variety of immunizations for your child and adolescent, which are incorporated in the well-child visit. Immunizations will be administered in accordance with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations.

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Newborn Care in the Outpatient, Primary Care Setting

The newborn period is one of change and adaptation for a new baby and also for his or her family. That being said, it should also be a time of great joy for a family to celebrate their newest addition. Our aim in providing newborn care is to enable parents and families to be able to rest easier and enjoy their baby knowing they are educated on what to expect with a newborn at home as well as knowing how to meet a newborn’s needs.

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New Parent Resources

We know that being a new parent, although extremely rewarding, can, at times, be very scary. Don’t worry, we’re here to help. Our staff has compiled a list of useful resources to help you along the way.


  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 799-7233
  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline: (800) 273-8255. Text ‘HOPE4SC’ to 741741.
  • National Immunization Program Hotline: (800) 232-4636
  • USDA National Hunger Hotline: (866)-3-HUNGRY. Text ‘FOOD’ to 97779.
  • SC Poison Control: (800) 222-1222

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