The Georgetown Hospital Family’s HealthPoint Center for Health and Fitness isn’t your ordinary health club or fitness gym. From nutrition classes to swimming pools to exercise apparatus to massage and day spa facilities to personal trainers, you will find it all here in one place!
In November 1998, Georgetown Hospital System opened the area’s premier health and fitness center, a 40,000 square foot hospital-sponsored facility centrally located in Pawley’s Island. Fully staffed by trained health and fitness professionals, the facility offers a wealth of health and fitness services.
With an indoor lap pool and whirlpool, steam room, men’s and women’s sauna, complete cardio work-out equipment, free weights, an indoor track, volleyball and basketball gym and specially designed aerobics studio, HealthPoint offers something for everyone.
A Day Spa offers a variety of amenities and services including spa pedicures and manicures, facials and more. Massage services, childcare and a “women’s only” workout area also are available at HealthPoint. Personal trainers are available to design custom programs tailored to personal goals, fitness level and interest.
A cardiac conditioning program and a specialized cancer rehab program, both of which require physician referral, are two unique clinical services also available at HealthPoint. HealthPoint also is essential in offering help to individuals who need Cardiac or Cancer Rehabilitation. The cardiac conditioning program develops exercises for specific heart rate ranges and teaches a patient how to utilize exercise machines properly. The Cancer Rehabilitation Program helps patients cope with symptoms of the disease and effects of treatment, and focuses on how to improve quality of life through exercise and education.
NextStep Adult Outpatient Rehabilitation Services has one of its five locations within the HealthPoint facility. With a full gym and warm water therapy access, a professionally trained rehabilitation staff offers physical, occupational and aquatic therapy for a variety of patient rehabilitation needs.