Camden Campus Advisory Board Announces New Vice Chairman

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Southeast Georgia Health System is pleased to announce Mark R. Kevan as the new vice chairman for the Camden Campus Advisory Board.

Kevan has served on the Advisory Board since June 2004; he replaces Rose Andrews who became the chairwoman at the May board meeting.

“I am very honored to serve in this capacity,” says Kevan. “I look forward to gaining a better understanding of how healthcare reform will affect us and the decisions we make as we strive to improve health care services for our community.”

Chairwoman Andrews is looking forward to Kevan’s continued participation on the Board. “Mark offers a wealth of knowledge to the Board,” says Andrews. “I look forward to his continued support and leadership in his position as vice chairman and his perspective of the health reform policies.”

Kevan, a retired United States Navy Captain, has lived in St. Marys for 20 years. He and his wife, Barbara, who volunteers for the Health System in the guest services desk at the Camden Campus, have four children and eleven grandchildren.

Extremely active in supporting the St. Marys community, Kevan serves on several committees for local agencies, including Camden House, a domestic violence program. He is a member of the Kingsland First United Methodist Church and the Rotary Club of Camden County.

he Advisory Board currently consists of 11 members including the Camden Campus chief of staff. Members volunteer their time to assist the Glynn-Brunswick Memorial Hospital Authority in overseeing the Health System’s Camden Campus.

In addition to Andrews and Kevan, Advisory Board members are Jeffery “Jeff” B. Barker, William “Stan” Fowler, Vance Hughes, James “Jim” B. Lomis, Walter C. McNeeley, Steve E. Rawl, Sr., Mary T. Root, Gary D. Willis, and Chief of Staff Thomas C. Whitesell Jr., M.D.