Southeast Georgia Health System is committed to enhancing the health and well-being of the residents in Brantley, Camden, Charlton, Glynn, McIntosh, and Wayne Counties. In keeping with our mission, the Health System continuously supports the community by reinvesting staff time, efforts, and resources into improving community health. This is known as Community Benefit.
Southeast Georgia Health System is expected to contribute by:
- Providing community health and health professions education;
- Creating or improving access to health care services for vulnerable or underserved populations, like the homeless or low-income neighborhoods;
- Providing in-kind support through time and talents; and/or
- Promoting community building activities.
As part of Community Benefit, Southeast Georgia Health System is required to identify community health needs by conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA).
In addition to the CHNA, a Community Benefit Plan must also be implemented to address the priority health needs identified in the CHNA.
Both the Community Health Needs Assessment and the Community Benefit Plan were reviewed and approved by the Glynn-Brunswick Memorial Hospital Authority.
Click to view a summary of Southeast Georgia Health System-Brunswick Campus and Southeast Georgia Health System-Camden Campus Community Benefits Statement.