About Timothy S. Llewelyn, MD
Timothy S. Llewelyn, MD, was a long-time member of the CCME Board of Directors, practiced internal medicine for 30 years, and resided in Spartanburg. Dr. Llewelyn passed away in 2014, and will be long remembered for his commitment to enhancing patient care in South Carolina.
Dr. Llewelyn was well-known for his outstanding patient care, his integrity and compassion, and his leadership in the health care community. He began his career working in public health for the US Army and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
Dr. Llewelyn was named the 2009 D.C. Hull Physician of the Year by the Spartanburg County Medical Society, in appreciation of his many years of service to the society. He also served the Spartanburg Regional Medical Center as chief of staff and was a founding member of the St. Luke’s Free Medical Clinic, the first free medical clinic in Spartanburg County.
Timothy S. Llewelyn, MD, Memorial Award
Established in 2015, the Llewelyn Memorial Award honors the life and memory of one of South Carolina’s prominent physicians and long-time member of CCME’s Board of Directors, Timothy S. Llewelyn, MD, for his outstanding patient care, his integrity and compassion, and his leadership in the health care community.
Past Llewelyn Memorial Award winners include: