New Fingerprint Identification System Provides Modern, Convenient Patient Registration
South Georgia Medical Center seeks to change this by raising awareness of heart disease with educational and screening events throughout the month of February, National Heart Health Month.
SGMC, in collaboration with hospitalist partner EmCare, announces that Internal Medicine Physicians Roberto Garcia, MD and Felix Valdez, MD have been appointed to lead SGMC’s Hospitalist Program.
SGMC Volunteer Auxiliary presents stockings to newborn babies this holiday season.
SGMC has named Jan Myers, RN, MSN as it new Administrative Director for the SGMC Berrien and Lanier Campuses.
South Georgia Medical Center was named the Top 10 Large Hospital in Georgia for 2015 by Georgia Trend magazine.
When Janice Bristow presented to South Georgia Medical Center last September, she thought she was just sick. However, initial exams determined Jan needed a heart catheterization and she was admitted to the Dasher Heart Center.
South Georgia Medical Center announces that Jessica Musgrove has been named Associate Inpatient Director of 4W and 4 Medical.
South Georgia Medical Center announces that Stacy Branch has been named Associate Inpatient Director of 3W and 5W.
LifeLink® of Georgia is proud to announce that South Georgia Medical Center received a GOLD award for its organ, eye, and tissue donation and registration efforts through the Workplace Partnership for Life Hospital Campaign.
SGMC partnered with the South Health District to present the 2015 Great American Smokeout essay contest to local 8th grade students.
SGMC Lanier Campus has finalized its FY2016 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Report and posted the findings on its website, sgmc.org.
SGMC is proud to join more than 30 other state health leaders, patient and provider groups, and health care delivery systems in launching “Nobody Quits Like Georgia.”
Former National Football League and United Football League Running Back Adrian N. Peterson visit Pearlman Cancer Center.
The Valwood School pre-K, teachers and faculty, along with VSU sorority representatives presented a donation of $1,156.34 to the SGMC Foundation as part of the Coins for Crayons fundraiser benefiting the SGMC Pediatric’s Unit. The pre-K students also presented a basket of crayons and coloring books in addition to the money which will be used for new video games on Peds.