Hurricane Dorian: Southeast Georgia Health System Announces Limited Services

September 2, 2019 – Southeast Georgia Health System Brunswick and Camden campuses will remain open throughout the storm and the hospitals will continue to care for inpatients, including maternity patients. The Emergency Care Centers will also remain open.

Senior Care Centers in Brunswick and St. Marys are in the process of being evacuated and family members have been notified.

All outpatient services and elective surgeries scheduled for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (Sept. 3-5) are cancelled and patients will be contacted to reschedule procedures.

All Southeast Georgia Physician Associates practices, including the Immediate Care Centers, will be closed until Friday, Sept. 6. Patients will be contacted to reschedule appointments. Should conditions and circumstances permit, an effort will be made to re-open the Glynco Immediate Care Center located off of Exit 38 of I-95 on Thursday, Sept. 5, but we are not yet able to commit to that.

Health System leadership continues to closely monitor Hurricane Dorian and has an onsite presence at both the Brunswick and Camden Emergency Management Agencies. We will update our website (sghs.org) and Facebook (Facebook.com/SGHScares) as new information becomes available or if hospital services change.

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