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Hospital Transparency

Consistent with its mission to serve the community, Southeast Georgia Health System has a longstanding commitment to public transparency in its operations and finances. In 2019, Georgia passed House Bill 321, which requires not-for-profit hospitals like the Health System to organize certain financial and organizational information — most of which the Health System has already made available to the public — in one place on its website. The Health System welcomes the opportunity to share its information in a user-friendly fashion for the public.

Southeast Georgia Health System is comprised of two acute-care hospitals, two long-term care facilities, three immediate-care centers, five family medicine centers and 48 physician practices. It is through this dedicated health care network comprised of more than 2,500 team members that Southeast Georgia Health System serves a population of approximately 215,000 across Brantley, Camden, Charlton, Glynn, McIntosh and Wayne counties.

Our team of devoted professionals takes pride in the Health System’s ability to deliver safe, quality, accessible and cost-effective care to meet the health needs of all patients while also enriching the communities we serve.