Marion Kitler and Brenda Locklin, members of the Glyndale Baptist Church
Beautiful Feet Women’s Ministry, presented a $1,300 check on Sept.
5 to Paul Trumbull, director, Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine and Neurodiagnostic
Services, Southeast Georgia Health System; Krista Robitz, director, Development,
Southeast Georgia Health System Foundation; and, Joanna Blinn, special
gifts coordinator, Wolfson Children’s Hospital.
The donation, which consists of proceeds from By His Hands We Are Fed,
a 300-page cookbook developed in honor of Kaitlin Phillips, a cancer survivor
and Locklin’s granddaughter, will benefit patient care services
provided by Wolfson Children’s at Southeast Georgia Health System.
"We are very honored to be able to make this donation of our cookbook
proceeds in honor of Kaitlin," said Locklin. "The care she has
received from both Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville and
Southeast Georgia Health System has been exceptional. We hope that more
children’s specialty health care services will be brought to Glynn
County to help keep sick children close to home."
The addition of Wolfson Children’s at Southeast Georgia Health System
in 2013 expanded the number of pediatric medical specialty services available
to children in Coastal Georgia. Services include pediatric cardiology
services provided by the University of Florida College of Medicine, Jacksonville,
pediatric urology services provided by Nemours Children’s Clinic,
Jacksonville, and pediatric rehabilitation services for children with
neurologic and orthopaedic conditions provided by Southeast Georgia Health System.