Georgia Power Foundation donated $10,000 to the South Georgia Medical Center Foundation on Thursday to support its Commit to Innovate Campaign.
On Nov. 1, South Georgia Medical Center (SGMC) went live enterprise-wide with Epic’s Inpatient and Ambulatory Electronic Health Record (EHR).
The Georgia Society for Healthcare Marketing and Public Relations awarded South Georgia Medical Center with the Patient/Customer Relations Silver Award.
The Hospital Authority of Valdosta Lowndes County recognized individuals as the November Hospital Heroes for their quick response to establish and staff a child care center for the children of employees working during Hurricane Irma.
Valdosta State University Sociology Group members Sarah Williams, Erin Galbreath, Syesha Tagoe, Walker Lee and Nora Brown get in the holiday spirit by delivering blankets to patients at South Georgia Medical Center’s Pearlman Cancer Center.
SGMC held a special recognition ceremony on Friday, Nov. 10 to honor employees who have served in the military. More than hundred employees and volunteers have served in various fields.
The Pearlman Cancer Center at South Georgia Medical Center has been named one of America’s Best Hospitals for Cancer Care for the fourth consecutive year by the Women’s Choice Award, America’s trusted referral source for the best in healthcare.
The Hospital Authority of Valdosta Lowndes County Georgia recognized SGMC Pearlman Cancer Center Courtesy Cart Drivers Howard Brock, Jim Bowen and James Biles as Hospital Heroes on Wednesday.
South Georgia Medical Center Emergency Medical Services crew members received a special visit from twins they recently helped deliver.
Eight members of the City of Valdosta’s Fire Department recruit class will spend two weeks training at South Georgia Medical Center as part of their Emergency Medical Technician course.
Michaela King, chemo nurse in the Pearlman Cancer Center, has been named South Georgia Medical Center's DAISY Award recipient for October. The award is part of the international DAISY Foundation developed to recognize excellence in nursing.
South Georgia Medical Center has earned a place in the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's roster of hospitals recognized for achievement in the Get With The Guidelines®–Stroke and Resuscitation quality programs.
SGMC physicians Drs. Cliff Thomas and Kyle Adams, along with nurses Cassaundra Conaway and Erica Tucker, provided physicals for more than 60 adults with specials needs on Wednesday at the Lowndes Advocacy Resource Center
Article by South Georgia Business Magazine on the Rural Hospital Tax Credit which both SGMC Lanier and Berrien Campuses qualify to benefit from.
On Aug. 1, South Georgia Partnership for Health presented a check for $53,000 to South Georgia Medical Center’s Foundation.