Welcome to PNHPSouthCarolina.org!
Physicians for a National Health Program is a non-profit research and education organization of 19,000 physicians, medical students and health professionals who support single-payer national health insurance. This is the website of the South Carolina state chapter of PNHP.

Who we are

Dr David Keely, Rep. John Conyers Jr and David Ball, RN

Dr David Keely, Congressman John Conyers Jr and David Ball, RN welcome you to Health Care for All - SC Read more.

Health Care: We Can Fix It

Check out this video, produced by the Western Washington chapter of PNHP.

Chapter Resolution

Are you a South Carolina health care provider who supports single payer? If so, please read and sign our resolution now.

Welcome our newest Ambassador

Marta Hampton, MD

Dr Marta Hampton, a Charleston Board Certified Dermatologist and Dermapathologist, has accepted the position of Low Country Regional Ambassador.

Learn more about her and the Ambassador in your area by clicking here.

Dr. Oliver Fein to speak in Columbia on Jan. 19

Dr. Oliver Fein of New York City, one of our nation's most prominent advocates for single-payer national health insurance, or "Medicare for All," will speak on "Health care reform?: the Affordable Care Act vs. Medicare for All" this Monday, Jan. 19, at 6:30 p.m. at the Lexington Medical Center Auditorium, 2728 Sunset Blvd., West Columbia.

The program will include a question and answer period, is free and open to the public, and will conclude by 8 p.m. The event is sponsored by Health Care for All - South Carolina.

Truthful Tuesday

Dr David Keely, Rep. John Conyers Jr and David Ball, RN

HCFA-SC teamed up with the South Carolina Progressive Network to call attention to the Governor's decision to not extend Medicaid to the 300,000 of our most vulnerable citizens.

Click here to see video, photos, and news coverage of the March 11th protest.

Recent Press

Health Care for All - South Carolina has been featured in the local press, including the Charleston Post-Courier.

Click here to see what we've been up to!

Chapter Events

Click here to see what is happening with single payer in South Carolina.