Hospital Happenings

     



    Athens Regional Health System
    * ARHS Employee Receives National Honor From American Cancer Society (4-10-2014)

    Central Georgia Health System
    * Registration Now Open for Camp fun n' fit (4-15-2014)

    DeKalb Medical
    * Cox Promoted to Director of Pastoral Care at DeKalb Medical (4-16-2014)
    * Giving Back to Their Community: Three Influential Executives Join DeKalb Medical Foundations Board of Trustees (4-10-2014)


    Emory Healthcare

    * Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital Earns Fifth Magnet Designation (4-18-2014)
    * Emory Healthcare honors 2014 Second Century Awards Recipients (4-18-2014)
    * Emory Perinatal Center awarded ultrasound practice accreditation (4-18-2014)

    Georgia Regents University
    * GRU to offer free oral, head, and neck cancer screenings (4-23-2014)
    * Smith elected Vice President of the Georgia Public Health Association (4-17-2014)
    * Moore elected Master of American College of Physicians (4-14-2014)

    Northside Hospital
    * Northside Hospital Cancer Institute Expands Radiation Oncology Services at it Atlanta Campus (4-21-2014)

    South Georgia Medical Center
    * South Georgia Medical Center Offers Free Cancer Screenings (4-22-2014)
    * SGMC and Kohl's to host Bike Safety Program, Bike Smart! (4-15-2014)
    * SGMC Announces New Leadership (4-14-2014)


    Southeast Georgia Health System

    * Health System Announces New Leadership (4-16-2014)
    * Your Life — Your Choice: Advance Planning for Important Health Care Decisions (4-14-2014)
    * CT Technology Used at Olympic Games Now Available at Health System (4-11-2014)


    St. Mary's Health Care System
    * St. Mary's implants area's first next generation heart defibrilator (4-10-2014)

    Tanner Health System
    * Tanner Tops Nation in Quality (4-22-2014)



















    Staff Contact Information
    To submit your hospital's press releases, please e-mail them to Jeff Sunderland.

    GHA publishes member releases here and typically keeps these posted for three weeks.