South Georgia Medical Center is listed in a US News & World Report special section as one of three Georgia hospitals to receive the highest accolades for stroke care from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.
Maurice M. Solis, MD, FACS has been elected president of the Georgia Vascular Society (GVS).
The Hospital Authority of Valdosta & Lowndes County, GA d/b/a SGMC Lakeland Villa hosted a groundbreaking on Sunday, September 27, at 3 pm for a replacement nursing home.
The Infection Prevention and Control Department at South Georgia Medical Center announced that SGMC has confirmed the first case of flu for the 2015-16 flu season.
Myrna Ballard, President of the Valdosta- Lowndes County Chamber of Commerce, has completed the cardiovascular business shadowing program at South Georgia Medical Center.
Etta Stewart has been named the System Director of Medical Staff Services at South Georgia Medical Center.
On Tuesday,September 8, 2015, South Georgia Medical Center’s Chief Executive Officer Randy Sauls announced his resignation effective immediately.
On Thursday, September 17 from 6pm – 7:30pm at the Pearlman Cancer Center, SGMC will host their annual, free Prostate Cancer Screening.
On Thursday, August 20, the two new electric carts were donated to SGMC by the Volunteer Auxiliary.
SGMC Urgent Care offers medical care for non-emergent conditions for persons aged 24 months to adult. This patient-centered approach to care is faster and costs much less than an ER visit.
SGMC wins the statewide Community Leadership Award for increasing Sepsis Awareness. Award was presented by the Georgia Hospital Association.
South Georgia Medical Center announces that Faith Walker has been named the Director of Patient Access Services.
South Georgia Medical Center announces that Tamara “Tami” Jackson has joined its leadership team in the role of Chief Nursing Officer.
The Pearlman Cancer Center at South Georgia Medical Center is receipt of the Women’s Choice Award as one of America’s Best Hospitals for Cancer Care.
South Georgia Medical Center welcomes 39 Youth Volunteers to its annual summer program, Canopy of Care.