Howard W. Sepp, Jr., FACHE Announces Retirement from Southeast Georgia Health System

June 15, 2020 – After more than 17 years of leadership service, Howard W. Sepp, Jr., FACHE, vice president & administrator, Camden Campus, has announced his retirement from Southeast Georgia Health System, effective July 1, 2020.

Sepp joined the Health System leadership team in 2003. During his tenure, the Camden Campus expanded its services, including a $30 million renovation and expansion in 2009; initiation of a full array of cancer care services in 2012; addition of the Camden Medical Plaza in 2013; and construction of a state-of-the-art Wound Care Center, slated to open later this month. The Camden Campus has consistently maintained excellent ratings relative to quality and patient satisfaction metrics under Sepp’s leadership.

“Serving as the vice president and administrator of the Camden Campus has been the highlight of my career and I am very grateful for the opportunity to serve these 17 years,” said Sepp.

Sepp has also played a key role in the Coastal Community Health affiliation with Baptist Health System, working to achieve lucrative benefits for the Health System communities it serves, including significant cost savings in supply chain, information technology and employee benefits departments, as well as improving care coordination through the Emergency Care Center.

“Howard has helped advance the level of service we offer to the Camden community, which we will continue to develop in the future,” said Michael D. Scherneck, president & CEO, Southeast Georgia Health System. “I would like to personally thank Howard for his many years of service to the Health System and the community and wish him and his wife, Judy, all the best in retirement.”

In addition to his service with the Health System, Sepp has been active in the Camden County community, participating in Leadership Camden and holding positions with the Camden County Chamber of Commerce and the Rotary Club of Camden County. Sepp also serves as Board Chairman of The Camden Partnership, a non-profit organization that promotes community support for the Naval Submarine Base at Kings Bay and the military missions in Camden County. He is also a member of the Board for the Coastal Georgia Council of the Boy Scouts of America and has served in numerous leadership positions in his local church.