Coastal Anesthesia Medical Group, LLC

We are committed to your safety

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Welcome to Coastal Anesthesia Medical Group, LLC

CAMG, LLC is a group of Board Certified Anesthesiologists who practice at Grand Strand Regional Medical Center, and Grand Dunes Surgery Center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

In addition to being Board Certified Anesthesiologists, we all have further training in the various subspecialties of Anesthesiology, such as; pediatric, trauma, critical care, cardiovascular, neurologic, and obstetrical anesthesia care.

We practice in the Anesthesia Care Team setting, which means we medically direct Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists or Certified Anesthesiologist's Assistants in a joint effort to provide you with the safest, most vigilant level of care available. We are present throughout your anesthetic experience and continue to care for you while you are recovering in the Post Anesthesia Care Unit.

We are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for consultation or direct care.

We are committed to your safety.

Coastal Anesthesia Medical Group, LLC
809 82nd Parkway
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

(billing questions must be via telephone)

0ffice: 843-692-1062
Billing: 800-339-5844

Q. What is an Anesthesiologist?

A. An Anesthesiologist is a physician who,
after medical school, has an additional
four or more years of training in
anesthesiology and perioperative medicine.
Following the formal training is a board
certification process consisting of a
rigorous written and oral examination
administered by the American Board of

Q. Will I meet my Anesthesiologist?

A. Yes, we personally interview and evaluate
all patients who will receive an anesthetic
while at Grand Strand Regional Medical
Center, this includes emergency cases as
well as scheduled cases. At that time your
Anesthesiologist will explain the various
choices available to you regarding your
procedure, physical status, and type of
We will answer all of your questions and
do our best to allay your anesthestic concerns.

Q. Will I hurt after surgery?

A. While there is almost always some
discomfort after surgery we have at our
disposal various techniques to minimize
that discomfort.
These techniques include intermittant to
continuous intravenous infusion of
different types of pain relieving medications,
long-acting nerve blocks to make the surgical
site numb, and continuous regional pain blocks.

Q. Do you provide care for pregnant women in labor?

A. Yes, we are available 24 hours every day
for pain management consultation to
laboring women. We strongly believe that
with appropriate techniques the pain of
labor and delivery can be made more
tolerable and in most instances minimized.
Your Anesthesiologist will explain to you
the options available for your particular
situation. These options generally include
either epidural, intrathecal, or intravenous
pain medication.