BRUNSWICK, Georgia: July 29, 2009—Southeast Georgia Health System’s
St. Marys Convalescent Center will soon be getting a new name. As of Aug.
1, the Center will be known as the Senior Care Center-St. Marys.
According to President & CEO Gary R. Colberg, FACHE, the name change
is indicative of the commitment to the Center as in integral member of
the Health System’s group of facilities. “Renaming the Center
brings it inline with our other Health System facilities, and makes the
Senior Care Center more recognizable as a service provided by our Health
System,” Colberg says. “Having the Senior Care Center-St.
Marys as part of the Health System’s family of services allows us
to provide a continuum of care to the people of Camden County, which is
a vital part of our mission of service.”
Senior Care Center-St. Marys is a 78-bed long-term care and rehabilitation
facility located at 805 Dilworth St. in St. Marys. The Health System purchased
the Center from The St. Marys Hospital Authority in September 2006. Services
provided on-site include nursing, food and nutrition, occupational and
physical therapy, physician services, pharmacy, podiatry, social services,
and housekeeping. Clinical laboratory, imaging (X-ray), and additional
services are provided off-site through Southeast Georgia Health System’s
other facilities and health care partners. For more information about
the Senior Care Center-St. Marys or the Health System’s other services
and facilities, visit www.sghs.com.