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Have you stopped social distancing and stopped wearing a face mask because you thought the pandemic was over? Actually, Georgia is among the top states in our nation for the fastest growing number of positive COVID-19 cases. And hospitals, including Southeast Georgia Health System, are experiencing a sharp increase in patients requiring hospitalization.

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Community Focus Feature

Sharon Zawislak, Human Resources Director, and Adam Brown, Physician Practices Director, discuss the challenges and joys of vaccine distribution on the April 1, 2021, live broadcast of Community Focus with Tim Echols!

Reduce the Spread of COVID-19

To help reduce the spread of coronavirus, we strongly encourage everyone to protect their friends, family and community by following these safety measures: wear a face mask, social distance and wash your hands frequently. What you do today can make a difference tomorrow!​

Team Member Appreciation

Southern Georgia Magazine Feature

Southern Georgia Magazine CoverThe worldwide coronavirus pandemic affected every aspect of our daily lives and the lives of those who are in our community. During the coronavirus pandemic, our team members on the front lines have made many sacrifices, oftentimes prioritizing their patients above their own health and safety. Southern Georgia Magazine honored these frontline heroes in a dedicated monthly web spotlight titled “Behind the Mask." Each health care team member of the month was selected by their group peers, recognized for their dedication and outstanding commitment to their patients. They are the ones who take care of our loved ones in their greatest moments of need and we could not be more thankful to have these heroes apart of our community here at Southeast Georgia Health System. Check out our 2020 featured team members and their stories in this issue of Southern Georgia Magazine.


Frontline Heroes

We are so incredibly proud of our team members who have battled on the frontlines against COVID-19, putting their health at risk to help their patients and our community remain as healthy as possible. Check out some of their stories and learn about the people behind the medicine, fighting on the frontlines of this virus!


Fighting COVID-19 One Dose at a Time

Every year has its ups and downs, but 2020 began with a challenge that spanned the entire world. The COVID-19 pandemic has touch everyone, everywhere and all industries, but we are thankful for the many blessings that we still have and have been given. Thank you to our Community for your support, our team members for your dedication, and to everyone who rose above adversity to care for one another when it mattered most. We are friends and family taking care of friends and family.

Celebrate Safely: Nov 2020 COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 cases are skyrocketing across the nation, and right here in the Golden Isles, we’re also seeing an increase of positive cases. Now is not the time to let our guard down. This holiday season, we ask you to consider how your plans can be modified to reduce the spread of COVID-19 to keep your friends, families, and our communities healthy and safe.

Protecting Our Patients & Visitors During COVID-19

Governor Kemp visited our Brunswick Campus during his “Wear a Mask” flyaround tour of Georgia. In addition to Gov. Kemp, Vice Admiral Jerome M. Adams, U.S. Surgeon General, and Georgia Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Kathleen Toomey spoke of the importance of following public health officials’ guidelines to stop the spread of COVID-19. "If you want to watch the Georgia/Florida game this year, wear a mask,” says Vice Admiral Jerome M. Adams, U.S. Surgeon General. In other words, the choice we make today on whether or not to wear a mask and social distance will impact what we’re able to do, where we’re able to go, whether businesses will be open or closed in the upcoming months. It’s just common sense that we must reduce the spread of coronavirus.

Although we must remain vigilant against coronavirus, some illnesses and injuries simply can’t wait, and your overall health is something that shouldn’t be ignored. When you visit our hospitals and physician practices, you can rest assured that our team members are taking special precautions against the spread of coronavirus to keep all patients, visitors, physicians and team members safe. Learn about our COVID-19 safety measures.

Protecting Patients & Visitors