Posts in April, 2021

  • Southeast Georgia Health System Announces New Chief Medical Officer

    April 30, 2021 – Southeast Georgia Health System has announced the advancement of Alan K. Brown, M.D. , a board-certified internal medicine physician with more than 20 years of experience, as its new Chief Medical Officer (CMO). Brown assumed the role on March 1, 2020. Brown joined the Health System in 2019 to serve as medical director of the Health System’s Hospital Medicine program. ...
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  • Southeast Georgia Health System CEO Michael Scherneck Announces 2022 Retirement Plans After 17 Years of Successful Leadership

    April 30, 2021 – Michael D. Scherneck, president and chief executive officer, recently announced his intent to retire from Southeast Georgia Health System in early 2022. Scherneck has spent nearly two decades in leadership roles with the Health System, including more than 12 years as the executive vice president and chief financial officer. In 2015, Scherneck was appointed president & ...
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  • Southeast Georgia Health System Presents the DAISY Award® for Extraordinary Care to Christy Buie and Shanna Giles

    April 29, 2021 – Southeast Georgia Health System recently presented the DAISY Award® For Extraordinary Nurses to Christy Buie, R.N., BSN, and Shanna Giles, R.N., BSN, in recognition of the kindness and compassion they provide every day to their patients. A registered nurse in the Health System’s Cath Lab on the Brunswick Campus, Christy Buie, R.N., BSN, was nominated for The DAISY ...
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  • Southeast Georgia Physician Associates-Primary Care Welcomes Internal Medicine Physician, Brandi Wynne, M.D.

    April 26, 2021 – Southeast Georgia Health System is pleased to welcome board-certified internal medicine physician, Brandi M. Wynne, M.D. , to Southeast Georgia Physician Associates-Primary Care. From a young age, Wynne knew that she wanted to go into the medical field. “When I was fourteen, I enrolled in a health occupations class and discovered a passion for it,” Wynne says. ...
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  • Healer, Helper, Homesteader

    Holly Gismonde, MPT, could not have picked a more challenging year to begin working at Southeast Georgia Health System. A physical therapist at the Outpatient Rehabilitation Care Center on the Camden Campus, she joined the team in December 2019, just three months before the hospital saw its first COVID-19 patient. Despite the obstacles of working on the front lines during a pandemic, Gismonde hit ...
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  • Southeast Georgia Health System Adds "Escape Rooms" to Clinical Education Program

    April 7, 2021 – Each year, nursing professionals are required to complete continuing education credits to fulfill state requirements for licensure renewal. Lectures and skills fairs are most common, with stations representing various simulations and topics. But studies have shown that neither lectures nor simulations are the most effective way to engage students, as they can be boring and ...
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  • Donate Life: Southeast Georgia Health System Encourages Community to Register as an Organ Donor

    April. 5, 2021 – Did you know that one organ and tissue donor can save or enhance the lives of up to 75 people? More than 112,000 people in the United States await the gift of life through organ donation, and over 4,900 of those people are our friends and neighbors in Georgia. April is Donate Life Month, the month long celebration that commemorates those who have received or continue to wait ...
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  • Play It Safe When Gathering, Even After Your Vaccine

    April 5, 2021 – Seeing family and friends face-to-face again may be one of the biggest perks of getting your COVID-19 vaccine. For starters, a few hugs likely are in order. “The virus is still spreading,” warns Steven F. Mosher, M.D. , a board-certified internal medicine physician specializing in infectious disease and member of the Southeast Georgia Health System medical staff. ...
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  • A Beacon of Safety

    In trying times, safety can seem elusive, which makes it all the more precious. Fortunately, people like Security Officer Wesley Mitchell dedicate their careers to protecting the Southeast Georgia Health System Camden Campus. A Health System team member for the last seven and a half years, Mitchell is a consistent, compassionate presence as he protects co-workers, patients, visitors and the ...
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