MAP OF SURROUNDING AREA CLOSE TO THE CENTER:
Click here to see a MAP of the immediate area surrounding The Center for Occupational and Environmental Medicine in North Charleston, South Carolina.

WHERE YOU CAN STAY AND EAT WHILE VISITING US:
For our extremely environmentally sensitive patients:
For very environmentally sensitive patients, and especially for those who will be enrolling for four weeks in our Biodetoxification Program, we have 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments, fully furnished, available through Temporary Housing Unlimited.  For further information and reservations, call Temporary Housing’s Director of Sales, Laurie Shirley at (800) 528-0139, or e-mail reservations@temp-housing.com.

For patients who are not as environmentally sensitive:
There are many hotels and motels very close to The Center, some within walking distance.  For your convenience, we are providing a list of these.  Please note that circumstances frequently change at any hotel and provision of this list does not imply that we are recommending them above other hotels.  We are in the process of gathering our patients’ “ratings” of each nearby hotel, so our patients can help each other have a good stay while visiting our area.

Click here for more information about Nearby Hotels close to The Center.

You will also note on the MAP that there are numerous restaurants within either walking distance or 5 to 10 minutes’ drive of The Center.

ABOUT OUR CITY OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
Beautiful, historic downtown Charleston is only a short ride from the Center for Occupational & Environmental Medicine and is well worth visiting for its picturesque old southern charm, quaint historic homes and gardens, outstanding shopping, fabulous dining, and much more. This lovely peninsula city and the surrounding areas offer these and many other attractions to its visitors, including miles of beautiful beach accessible year round.

Click here to learn more about the beautiful city of Charleston:

Charleston Visitor’s Bureau
City Maps

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