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About Williston, South Carolina

About Williston, SC and Surrounding Areas

Williston Healthcare & Rehabilitation is located in beautiful rural Williston, South Carolina inside of Barnwell County. Our small and quaint town of just over 3,000 residents is easily accessible from Aiken, South Carolina; Augusta, Georgia; and Columbia, South Carolina.
For driving directions from key areas, please visit Our Location page for more information.

Churches, Hospitals, Dining and other Key Landmarks near Williston

Planning to join us as a resident or visiting one? We’ve created a small guide of churches, hospitals, restaurants, and accommodations near our town.

Williston Area Churches

Our facility offers a wide variety of spiritual services for our residents in partnership with many local volunteers and spiritual leaders across many different faiths. However, we understand that some residents may want to make arrangements for transportation to the place of worship of their choice. Surrounding area churches include Williston United Methodist (0.6 Miles), Culbert Baptist Church (1.1 Miles), Nobel Street Baptist Church (0.3 Miles), and Williston Presbyterian Church (0.8 Miles).

Local Hospitals

There are two major hospitals close to Williston Healthcare & Rehabilitation LLC including Aiken Region Hospital Medical Center (26.7 Miles) and The Regional Medical Center (40.3 Miles).

Dining and Accommodations

Traveling to Williston to visit a loved one at our facility? The Town of Williston has put together an extensive list of area accommodations, dining options, and local shops/services.

Landmark: Healing Springs

Located just 10 miles from Williston Healthcare & Rehabilitation in Blackville SC is Healing Springs, also known as “God’s Acre”. Legend has it that during the Revolutionary War, a group of battle injured soldiers were discovered and transported by Native Americans to their sacred healing springs located in what is now Blackville, SC. Six months later, all of the injured soldiers returned to their garrison in Charleston after making a full recovery. In 1944, the land and springs were deeded to “God Almighty” and are now open to the community 24 hours a day for those looking for healing.


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