The Hospital Authority of Valdosta & Lowndes County, GA presented its monthly Hospital Hero award at the board of directors meeting on Wednesday, April 15.
To raise awareness of the most common of all cancers—skin, SGMC is offering free skin cancer screenings throughout April and May.
SGMC, Kohl’s Department Store, the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Department and Safe Kids Lowndes County will be hosting Bike Smart- a bike safety and bike rodeo program on Saturday, April 25.
SGMC has received the Get With The Guidelines®–Resuscitation Gold Quality Achievement Award.
South Georgia Medical Center Receives Get With The Guidelines Target Stroke Honor Roll-GOLD Elite Plus Award. Award demonstrates SGMC commitment to quality care for stroke patients.
For the second consecutive year, South Georgia Medical Center received the Vista Award for Infrastructure from the American Society for Healthcare Engineering.
April is Oral Cancer Awareness month, South Georgia Medical Center and area dentists will be offering a free oral cancer screening on Thursday, April 16, from 5:30 until 7:00 pm at the SGMC Pearlman Cancer Center.
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.