South Georgia Medical Center announces Director of Physician Recruitment and Relations.
SGMC Chief Information Officer, Bob Foster named Health Connect Partners, Inc 2015 Hospital Information Technology (IT) Executive of the Year.
South Georgia Medical Center announces new leadership for Director of Critical Care and Specialty Nursing, and Administrative Director of the Emergency Department.
South Georgia Medical Center’s Health Information Management Release of Information (medical records)has moved to the SGMC Smith Northview Campus at 4280 North Valdosta Road.
South Georgia Medical Center emerged a winner at the 2014 MarCom Awards.
Kohl’s Department Stores, through the Kohl’s Cares® cause merchandise program, has donated $41,066 to the SGMC Foundation.
The SGMC Emergency and Pharmacy Departments began a new program to improve the hospital’s documentation of emergency patients’ pre-admission medications.
February is Heart Health Month and South Georgia Medical Center is celebrating National Wear Red Day and hosting a Heart Health Expo to promote awareness of heart disease throughout the community.
SGMC announces that James Eutzler, DO, FACOEP, FACEP has accepted the medical directorship at Health Care South.
SGMC Berrien Campus is partnering with the local Anytime Fitness to help combat the issue of obesity among children and seniors.
Valwood School students, from pre-kindergarteners to 12th graders will show off their artistic talents in “When Ideas Come to Life,” now on display at SGMC Smith Northview Campus.
South Georgia Medical Center will offer a free Cervical Cancer Screening and Pap test on Jan. 15 from 5pm to 6:30 pm.
South Georgia Medical Center is proud to announce the re-certification of its Cardiac Rehabilitation program by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.
SGMC Berrien Campus welcomes Fredrick A. Koehler, MD in the specialty of Internal Medicine. Dr. Koehler will operate a full-time medical office called SGMC Berrien Internal Medicine.
The Stone Creek Ladies Golf Association recently presented a $5,500 check to the South Georgia Medical Center Foundation which benefits SGMC’s Pearlman Cancer Center.