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About Us

About Us

Southeast Georgia Health System is a not-for-profit health care system with multiple locations and services. The Health System has served residents and visitors to the beautiful Golden Isles and surrounding areas of Southeast Georgia since 1888. Headquartered in the historic port city of Brunswick, the Health System serves the needs of residents from six counties in Southeast Georgia - Brantley, Camden, Charlton, Glynn, McIntosh and Wayne.

2021-2022 Fiscal Year in Review

Over the past year, we’ve faced and overcome unprecedented challenges. Thank you to our team members for your dedication, and thank you to our communities for your support. With determination and hope, we look forward to a brighter, healthier 2023.

Southeast Georgia Health System


Southeast Georgia Health System will provide safe, quality, accessible, and cost-effective care to meet the health needs of the people and communities it serves.


Southeast Georgia Health System will be the region’s health care provider and employer of choice.


In creating a culture that supports our mission and vision, the values that are sought and rewarded throughout Southeast Georgia Health System will be:

  • Customer focus
  • Caring
  • Teamwork
  • Continuous improvement
  • Open communication
  • Dedication and integrity

Fact Sheet FY 2022

Hospital Campuses

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Brunswick Campus Camden Campus

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Healthy Partners

Addressing the Nursing Shortage

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Similar to other states throughout the U.S., Georgia has a shortage of nurses, and while the shortage existed prior to COVID-19, the pandemic certainly intensified the strain on health care organizations. Knowing that an investment in nursing programs is an investmentin the health of the community, in March 2022 Southeast Georgia Health System committed to a $2 million expansion partnership with the College of Coastal Georgia (CCGA) to increase the number of registered nurses in the community through a five-year process.