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SGMC Orthopedics

Welcome to the Total Care Experience

Joint, hand, knee, hip or shoulder pain can make everyday life challenging — but it doesn’t have to be that way. At South Georgia Medical Center, the affiliated surgeons and physical/occupational therapists have years of experience diagnosing and treating disorders and injuries that affect muscles, tendons, joints, bones and ligaments, and are the experts at getting you moving again.

The orthopedics program features:

  • State-of-the-art technology
  • In-house rehabilitation
  • Private rooms for you and your caregiver

 

SGMC has dedicated the new orthopedics unit to providing a Total Care Experience that begins the moment you arrive and follows you throughout recovery. Whatever condition you have, the affiliated surgeons are here to get you better with individualized, personal care in a comforting environment that we hope feels like home.

 

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South Georgia Medical Center
Dasher Heart Center and Patient Tower
2501 North Patterson Street
Valdosta, GA 31602

 

Directions

Heading 75 North. Get off on Exit 18. Take a right at the top of the ramp, and then a left at the second light (Gornto Road). Follow Gornto Road until it meets North Patterson Street (approximately 2 miles). You will see the hospital. Turn right, and make a left on Cowart Street. Follow Cowart Street to the Visitors Parking Lot in front of the Outpatient Center/Admissions entrance.


Heading 75 South. Get off on Exit 18. Take a left at the top of the ramp, and then another left at the second light (Gornto Road). Follow Gornto Road until it meets North Patterson Street (approximately 2 miles). Take a left onto North Patterson Street and turn right onto Cowart Street. Turn right, and make a left on Cowart Street. Follow Cowart Street to the Visitors Parking Lot in front of the Outpatient Center/Admissions entrance.

Some or all of the health care professionals performing services in this hospital are independent contractors and are not hospital agents or employees. Independent contractors are responsible for their own actions, and the hospital shall not be liable for the acts or omissions of any such independent contractors.