AnMed Health Medical Center is a 461-bed acute care hospital at 800 N. Fant St. in Anderson, South Carolina. The Medical Center is the anchor facility for AnMed Health, South Carolinas largest independent, not-for-profit health system. Services provided at the Medical Center include open heart surgery, vascular surgery, general surgery, bariatric surgery, emergency/trauma medicine, a stroke/neurological center, and diagnostic MRI, CT and laboratory medicine. Other facilities located at AnMed Healths medical center campus include Pediatric Therapy Works, a speech, occupational and physical therapy program for children; and CareConnect, a walk-in facility that treats non life-threatening ailments such as influenza, broken bones and minor nosebleeds. Virginia "Jennie" Gilmer is widely recognized as the founder of the Anderson County Hospital, which later became AnMed Health. In 1903, during the birth of her second child, Gilmer vowed that if she lived she would make sure a hospital was built in Anderson. Gilmer survived the delivery, and in May 1904, she and a small group of women started a fundraising campaign for the hospital.