Master Renovation & Expansion Project
Southeast Georgia Health System is always working to meet the health care
needs of our community by growing with the region. A new master renovation
and expansion project will allow the Health System to do just that on
the Brunswick Campus. With over 70,000 square feet of new construction
being built upon our existing footprint and more than 100,000 square feet
of renovated space, the improvements include:
- 16 operating rooms
- Additional post-anesthesia and pre- and post-recovery bays with greater privacy
- A new main entry at Parkwood Drive which will consist of a canopy and a
- Will expand 12,141 square feet
- Increase from 35 to 50 treatment rooms, including two trauma rooms
Patient care floors
- The rooms on the fourth and fifth floors of the St. Simons Tower will be
converted to 64 spacious private patient rooms.
The $125 million project also incorporates infrastructure upgrades within
the central energy plant to accommodate the expansion and will be constructed
in such a way that two additional floors and patient rooms could be added
in the future should there be an increased demand for services. The project
is slated to begin in early 2018 with an anticipated completion in late 2021.
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20-20 Vision Campaign
The 20-20 Vision Campaign will support the expansion, renovation and growth
of Southeast Georgia Health System...the future of our hometown health
care. A Master Facility Plan has been developed and the total project
cost is $130 to $140 million. The Master Facility Plan includes expansion
and total renovation of 4 key areas:
- Emergency Care Center
- St. Simons Tower: In-Patient Floor(s)
- Surgical Services Tower & New In-Patient Floor
- Central Energy Plant
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Healthy Partners Article
A Vision of a Healthy Community
Healthy Partners, Winter 2019
“This project is a prime example of our commitment to meeting our
communities’ needs,” says Michael D. Scherneck, president
and CEO, Southeast Georgia Health System. “Everyone at some point
needs health care, and we’ve seen dramatic growth in patient volumes
in recent years. We’re dedicated to providing the services they
need — and adding advanced technologies and treatments to expand
Work For Progress
Healthy Partners, Fall 2018
Inside and out, construction crews are on the job at Southeast Georgia
Health System. They’re expanding and updating the Emergency Care
Center (ECC), and they’re building the new Surgical Services Tower
and Inpatient Floor. Read our featured article in the Fall 2018 issue
of Healthy Partners to learn more about our plans for the future!
A Vision for the Future
Healthy Partners, Summer 2018
We’re reshaping health care in our community with a Master Renovation
and Expansion Project of the Southeast Georgia Health System Brunswick
Campus. Read our featured cancer care article in the Summer 2018 issue
of Healthy Partners!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
When and where will construction take place?
Construction will begin in February 2018 and continue through 2021 and
will encompass various areas, including surgical/operating areas, the
Emergency Care Center, the fourth and fifth floors on the St. Simons Tower
and Central Energy Plant.
Will my stay at the Health System be affected by the construction?
We will strive to make your stay at the Health System as uninterrupted
and seamless as possible during construction, but some side-effects of
renovation are unavoidable, such as increased noise, revisions in parking
designations and relocated patient rooms for areas under construction.
We thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.
When will construction be complete?
The project is anticipated to be complete in late 2021.
Will parking be affected by the renovation?
Parking will be affected throughout most of this renovation project. We
will do our best to keep you informed with updated parking information
as it occurs.
How can I learn more about the renovation progress?
How can I contribute to the Capital Campaign?
If you would like to give to the 20-20 Vision Campaign, please contact
the Southeast Georgia Health System Foundation at 912-466-3361 or
the director of the Foundation to learn how you can contribute.
Will the gift shop be affected by the construction?
The Gift Shop will not be impacted by the construction.
Will we be able to get to the cafeteria during construction?
The Cafeteria will not be impacted by the construction and will be accessible.
Will all construction projects take place at the same time?
There are multiple phases taking place. Some phases may overlap and affect
one another. We will keep you informed of these phases through various
outlets, including this webpage, a monthly renovation e-newsletter, press
releases and Facebook posts. Follow us on these platforms to stay up to
date on our progress.
Will any elevators be out of order during construction?
Yes, but there will always be at least one elevator working in the area
that is under construction.
What time will the construction begin and end each day?
Construction time will vary, and we will make every effort to have the
least impact on our patients.
Will any roads be closed during construction?
We do not anticipate there being any road closures.
How will the construction affect the surrounding residential neighbors?
There will be minimal affect to the surrounding residential neighborhoods.
The best way to keep informed of our renovation and how each phase may
potentially affect you is to visit this site frequently or sign up for
our renovation e-newsletter, and receive construction updates directly
to your email as they become available.
How is this project being paid for?
The Southeast Georgia Health System, Inc. and Glynn-Brunswick Memorial
Hospital Authority boards sold $106,860,000 of tax-exempt revenue bonds
on December 19, 2017, to help fund the renovation and expansion. The 20-20
Vision campaign launched by the Health System’s Foundation will
also raise additional funding.
Will entrances be closed during construction?
Discharge/Drop-off covered parking adjacent to Parkwood Drive and Kemble
Avenue will be closed February-June, 2018. Please use the main entrance
on Parkwood Drive for surgery drop off and discharge pick ups during this
phase. As construction progresses, we will have additional updates, and
you can stay informed about these updates by
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