AnMed Health Wren Family Medicine will hold a grand opening Sunday, Feb. 12 from noon to 2 p.m. Residents are invited to meet the doctors, tour the practice and enjoy free refreshments. Attendees will receive free water bottles and can register to win a new bicycle.
AnMed Health Wren Family Medicine is located near the corner of S.C. 81 and S.C. 8, at 6650 S.C. 81 North. The 6,624-square-foot practice provides primary care, lab testing and radiology services. It is home to two physicians, Dr. Mike Seemuller and Dr. Kimberly Kyker.
Dr. Seemuller is a board-certified family medicine physician who is returning to the Upstate. A graduate of the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Dr. Seemuller completed his residency training in the AnMed Health Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Seemuller has more than 10 years of experience. His clinical interests include diabetes, hypertension and obesity management; preventative care for the whole family; skin cancer removal; and sports medicine. He was voted most outstanding resident by his peers in 2003 and received a patient’s choice award in 2011.
Dr. Kyker is also a graduate of the AnMed Health Family Medicine Residency Program. A Kentucky native, Dr. Kyker completed medical school at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. After medical school, she started an anesthesiology residency at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. In 2002, Dr. Kyker took a break from medicine to raise a family. During that time, she discovered her calling to family medicine. At AnMed Health, Dr. Kyker served as chief resident and was named outstanding first year resident in both obstetrics and internal medicine.
“Everyone we have seen so far has been very welcoming and enthusiastic about the practice,” Dr. Seemuller said. “We’re looking forward to serving the patients in this community for many years to come.”
AnMed Health owns roughly 40 acres around AnMed Health Wren Family Medicine. A master plan for the property will allow AnMed Health to add services as the community grows. According to U.S. Census Bureau, the Powdersville-Piedmont area has shown the most significant growth in Anderson County over the past 10 years. The area grew by 34.32 percent from 19,655 residents in 2000 to 26,414 in residents 2010, a growth of nearly 7,000 people.