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SGMC Health Launches Informative Healthcare Podcast: “What Brings You in Today?”

Posted on: January 25th, 2024
Episode 1 of What Brings You in Today features President and CEO of SGMC Health, Ronald E. Dean, and is hosted by the health system’s marketing team.

SGMC Health is excited to announce the launch of an engaging and educational podcast, “What Brings You in Today?” Hosted by the health system’s marketing team, the podcast empowers listeners to learn more about healthcare topics directly from seasoned physicians and medical professionals. 

Each episode will feature a discussion on areas of interest to the general public, providing easily understandable information on preventive care, medical procedures, and health awareness.

“Healthcare is ever evolving, and we want to provide the very best insight and resources for our community to empower them to make informed decisions about their health,” said Erika Bennett, Director of Marketing and Brand Experience at SGMC Health, “This is just another way that SGMC Health is providing extraordinary care to the communities we serve.” 

The podcast kicks off its first episode with President and CEO Ronald E. Dean. Dean discusses his career journey, cultivating a culture of excellence, and envisioning the future of healthcare in South Georgia. Upcoming episodes focus on heart health, trauma, primary care, and women’s health. 

Tune in to “What Brings You in Today?” for engaging conversations, expert advice, and a deeper understanding of the healthcare landscape. The podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube. Listeners are encouraged to subscribe for regular updates and submit questions or topics of interest for future episodes. 

SGMC Health is a comprehensive regional healthcare system comprised of four hospital campuses in Lowndes, Berrien, and Lanier counties. Its network of services across counties in South Georgia includes a designated level three trauma center, primary stroke center, advanced women’s and infants, heart, vascular, cancer, and surgical centers and programs alongside 40 plus specialty care centers and clinics.  

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