Southeast Georgia Health System Volunteer Services recently announced Dorothy
Hattaway as the
Brunswick Campus Winter Volunteer of the Quarter and Lansie Manning as the
Camden Campus Winter Volunteer of the Quarter.
Hattaway has volunteered with the Health System Guest Services/Wayfinding
team for the past eight years. “Dorothy has done a tremendous job,
especially with wayfinding assistance,” says Peggy Tuten, president,
Brunswick Campus Volunteer Services.
“I enjoy helping people,” says Hattaway. “I appreciate
the opportunities I have been given to assist visitors and helping our
hospital team members as best I can.”
In her spare time, Hattaway enjoys serving meals at Manna House as well
as crocheting and reading. She and husband, Donny, also enjoy doting on
their two cats, Ladybug and Dash.
Manning has been a volunteer in the Camden Campus Emergency Care Center
(ECC) since 2017. “Lansie has supported our ECC team members during
many months of the pandemic,” states Kathleen Worthing, president,
Camden Campus Volunteer Services. “She has been there to offer comfort
and care to our patients and their family and friends.”
“One aspect I love about volunteering in the Emergency Care Center
is that every day is different and there are so many opportunities to
be helpful to patients and team members,” says Manning.
Manning loves to be moving. In her spare time, she enjoys line dancing,
yoga, pickleball and exercise classes. When she’s not moving, she
enjoys reading. Manning also volunteers at the Kiwanis Thrift Store and
St. Marys United Methodist Church Share-A-Meal program.
More than 250 volunteers generously share their time and talents to assist
patients, visitors, and team members at the Southeast Georgia Health System
Brunswick and Camden campuses, as well as the Senior Care Centers in Brunswick
and St. Marys. To learn more about volunteer opportunities, contact Kristin
Doll, CAVS, director, Volunteer Services, at 912-466-1071 or visit