Posts in February, 2021

  • COVID-19 Work Place Screening Policy

    Although coronavirus continues to be a concern, we are very fortunate that the number of positive cases in our communities has begun to lessen. In addition, the number of individuals receiving the COVID-19 vaccine is increasing daily. As such, effective March 1, 2021, we will discontinue screening team members, medical staff, volunteers, vendors and contractors for COVID-19 symptoms when entering ...
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  • Southeast Georgia Health System Offering COVID-19 Vaccinations on Saturday, February 27, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

    February 24, 2021 – Southeast Georgia Health System has available COVID-19 Pfizer vaccination appointments for Saturday, February 27, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m., at the Brunswick Campus hospital, 2415 Parkwood Drive. Appointments can be scheduled online. Based on guidelines established by Governor Kemp on Dec. 30, 2020, individuals 65 years old and older, their caregivers, health care workers and ...
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  • From Church Walls to Hospital Halls

    In our busy, noisy world, the grand gestures grab headlines while quiet moments of grace often go unnoticed. And yet, moments of grace will sustain us through our darkest hours. No one understands this better than the chaplains of Southeast Georgia Health System’s Pastoral Care program. Director of Pastoral Care Wright A. Culpepper, D.Min., experiences many moments of grace. “I am most ...
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  • URGENT MESSAGE: Southeast Georgia Health System Reschedules Moderna 2nd Dose Vaccine Appointments

    February 19, 2021 – Urgent message from Southeast Georgia Health System COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic: The winter storm currently affecting the United States has delayed Southeast Georgia Health System’s COVID-19 Moderna vaccine shipment. For this reason, all 2nd dose appointments scheduled for Monday, February 22, at the Camden PSA Recreation Center in Kingsland are rescheduled to Friday, ...
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  • Castaway Pet Rescue Donates Over 100 Stuffed Animals to Senior Care Center-Brunswick Residents

    February 15, 2021 –Stuffed animals are often thought of as a gift for children, but the soft, cuddly toys can be effective comfort items for people of all ages. For senior adults in particular, a stuffed animal can fulfill a tactile as well as an emotional need, and may stimulate memories of a favorite toy or a beloved pet. Understanding the value of a stuffed animal, Castaways Pet Rescue, ...
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  • From Classroom to Bedside: Clinical Education Benefits Patients

    If the past year taught us anything, it is how quickly our world can change. We’ve endured a dark season, but could be turning a corner. “The COVID-19 vaccine is a sign of hope and might restore a sense of normalcy. So many people remain steadfast in their efforts to stay safe and are so appreciative of the vaccine. We’ve vaccinated thousands already, and have vaccinated as much ...
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  • Celebrate Heart Health Month: Wear Red, Reduce Your Risk Factors and Learn Hands-Only CPR

    February 3, 2021 – It may be difficult to focus beyond a global pandemic and the anxiety of waiting to receive a coronavirus vaccine, but serious health concerns, such as cardiovascular disease, don't take a break, not even for COVID-19. February is Heart Health Month, and the Southeast Georgia Health System Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation team encourages everyone to join the battle ...
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  • Second Dose Pfizer Vaccine Delay

    Regrettably, we find ourselves in a position that we must ask our non-critical care team members currently scheduled to receive their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to defer the vaccine until we receive additional supplies. Fortunately, the guidelines issued by the Center for Disease Control changed recently and now state that “…the second dose of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna ...
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  • Southeast Georgia Health System Donates $67,500 to United Way of Coastal Georgia

    February 1, 2021 – In a year full of unknowns and new normals, team members at the Southeast Georgia Health System Brunswick Campus were still able to meet their 2020 United Way fundraising campaign goal of $67,500. Proud supporters of United Way, the Health System eagerly shared the good news and presented the check to Justin Callaway, executive director, United Way of Coastal Georgia, Inc. ...
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