Babies delivered at South Georgia Medical Center will sleep a little safer thanks to the generous giving of employees to the hospital’s Foundation.
Every week three infants in Georgia die due to sleep-related causes, many of which are preventable. Today, SGMC launched a Safe to Sleep initiative in partnership with the Georgia Children’s Cabinet and the Georgia Department of Public Health to prevent sleep-related infant deaths.
SGMC Volunteer Auxiliary presents stockings to newborn babies this holiday season.
The Valwood School pre-K, teachers and faculty, along with VSU sorority representatives presented a donation of $1,156.34 to the SGMC Foundation as part of the Coins for Crayons fundraiser benefiting the SGMC Pediatric’s Unit. The pre-K students also presented a basket of crayons and coloring books in addition to the money which will be used for new video games on Peds.
Effective Monday, November 10, 2014 at 7am, labor and delivery services will only be available at the SGMC Main Campus.
SGMC’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit recently marked its first anniversary by inviting babies who received care in the unit’s first year to a special celebration.
South Georgia Medical Center neonatologist Dr. Christopher Young was recently named recipient of the Young Physician of the Year Award
The first baby of 2012 arrived at The Birthplace at SGMC at 11:15 a.m. on Sunday, January 1st.