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Welcome to SGMC

At South Georgia Medical Center we are committed to providing our community with quality care, and we are proud to be recognized for exceptional care to our patients. South Georgia Medical Center encompasses South Georgia Medical Center (Valdosta, GA), SGMC Outpatient Plaza (North Valdosta, GA), SGMC Lanier Campus (Lakeland, GA), and SGMC Berrien Campus (Nashville, GA). These facilities serve a large, diverse population with a wide variety of inpatient and outpatient services.

Pearlman Cancer Center -
Growing Healthy Together.

Recognized by the Women's Choice Award for America's best in cancer care in 2014 and 2015, SGMC's medical and radiation oncologists work closely with pathologists, surgeons and other health professionals to ensure the best outcomes possible.

Learn more about Pearlman Cancer Center
Imaging Center -
Growing Healthy Together.

Offering the full range of medical imaging services and state of the art GE technology, the Imaging Center brings clearer and faster imaging to patients.

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Spine Care Center -
Growing Healthy Together.

The Spine Care Center team provides individual assessments to develop non-surgical and surgical treatment plans specific to the patient's needs.

Learn more about the Spine Care Center

Cardio and Vascular -
Growing Healthy Together.

SGMC's Dasher Heart Center provides a continuum of care from preventative cardiac and vascular procedures to open heart and endovascular surgeries.

Learn more about Dasher Heart Center
Birthplace -
Growing Healthy Together.

For the past 25 years, SGMC Birthplace has welcomed more than 2,000 babies each year. The Birthplace continues to have patient satisfaction scores in the 99th percentile.

Learn more about the Birthplace
Orthopedics Center -
Growing Healthy Together.

From joint replacements to the treatment of sports injuries, the affiliated surgeons and therapists combine the latest technology with a patient-centered approach to quality care.

Learn more about the Orthopedics Center


Healthcare Providers Implement ICD10
On October 1, 2015, all healthcare providers are required by the United States to convert from ICD-9 to ICD-10 coding for all billing and payment of all inpatient medical services, as well as outpatient testing and diagnostic services. more


Patient Presents Special Flag to SGMC’s Dasher Memorial Heart Center
Former heart patient John Fischbach, Sr. presented a very special American flag to South Georgia Medical Center’s Dasher Memorial Heart Center. more


Head and Neck Support Group
A support group for people who have been diagnosed with cancer of the head or neck. Open to those who have completed treatment or are still active in treatment.

Registration is appreciated. Call 229-259-4630. more


Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program
An exercise program focused on the needs of those with arthritis. Supervised by registered nurses.

Registration is required. Call 229-245-6211.
A one-time fee of $10.00 is required. more


Free Breast Cancer Screening

South Georgia Medical Center is providing two free breast cancer screenings during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

October 15th, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. 
SGMC Pearlman Cancer Center
209 Pendleton Dr., Valdosta 

On October 29th, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
SGMC Health Care South
520 Griffin Ave., Valdosta

Registration is required by calling 229-433-1074.

According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women. About 1 in 8 women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime.

Since 1989, death rates from breast cancer have been in decline, with the largest decreases among women under 50. This is believed to be the result of early detection through screening and improved treatment.

Currently there are more than 2.8 million breast cancer survivors in the United States. Early detection through screening could save your life. Get screened! Call 229-433-1074. more

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