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Hospitals in Valdosta, GA
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1.Greenleaf Behavioral Health Hospital
2209 Pineview Dr
Greenleaf is a 73-bed hospital dedicated to the treatment of behavioral health and chemical dependency issues affecting adolescents and adults. Greenleaf provides a safe, structured environment through the delivery of group, family, and individual counseling as well as medication management services. Individualized treatment programs for adolescents and adults are designed to provide medical detoxification from alcohol and/or drugs and to treat acute psychiatric symptoms such as suicidal or homicidal thoughts. Greenleaf also provides a partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment program for children, adolescents and adults in their outpatient clinic located on the same campus. These programs are designed to assist individuals learn healthy coping skills, process thoughts and feelings, and to gain emotional stability utilizing group-oriented therapies. Individuals participating in group programming also receive individual and family therapy, as well as medication management if needed. These programs are designed to address both mental health and substance abuse related issues. With a focus on quality clinical programs, payer partnerships and customer service, Greenleaf strives to be the preferred psychiatric treatment program in South Georgia. Employing board-certified psychiatrists, therapists from a variety of licensed clinical disciplines, and trained nursing staff, Greenleaf is dedicated to providing valuable care and treatment.
2.South Georgia Medical Center
2501 N Patterson St
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3.Brooks County Hospital
903 N Court St
HospitalsNursing Homes-Skilled Nursing FacilitySurgery CentersEmergency Care Facilities
Brooks County Hospital, founded in 1935, is a 25-plus-bed medical center located in Quitman, Ga. The hospital offers various cardiovascular services, such as echocardiograms, mobile sleep disorder testing and vascular imaging. It has a diagnostic and radiology center that provides magnetic resonance imaging, mammography, ultrasounds and computerized tomography imaging. The hospital has a rehabilitation division that offers various programs, such as occupational and physical therapies and speech-language pathology. In addition, it provides nonemergency patient transportation through wheelchairs and stretchers. The hospital s emergency medical department includes private, trauma and emergency rooms. Brooks County Hospital also offers dialysis services, community education programs and health screenings.
4.Cook Medical Center, A Campus of Tift Regional Medical Center
706 N Parrish Ave
Cook Medical Center (CMC) is a 60 bed acute care hospital which includes the Sylvia Barr Center, a 12 bed geriatric - psychiatric unit, located in Adel, Georgia. Also operating under the auspices of CMC is Cook Senior Living Center, a 95 bed skilled nursing facility as well as The Sylvia Barr Center, a 12 bed geriatric psychiatric facility. CMC, Cook Senior Living Center, and The Sylvia Barr Center combined employ over 250 people, making CMC the second largest employer in Cook County. Cook Medical Center is dedicated to improving the quality of life in our community by providing the best healthcare services with confidence, dignity, and excellence. CMC holds an active role in the Adel-Cook County community. CMC is a corporate sponsor for The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Greater Cook County Area and Relay for Life, and CMC employees hold leadership roles in many local civic organizations. CMC is an active member of the Adel-Cook County Chamber of Commerce, and serves as a Partner in Excellence with the Cook County School System. CMC and the Auxiliary combined, award a total of three scholarships to Cook High School graduating seniors every year. Cook Medical Center was named 2014 “Company of the Year” by the Adel-Cook County Chamber of Commerce. Cook Medical Center began in a private residence at 306 East Fifth Street. In 1946, the county commissioners decided to upgrade the healthcare facility and move it to its present location. State funding was denied; Cook County did not qualify. However, the county had received a private donation of $40,000. The group voted to proceed with the plans while the citizens of Cook County raised more money. Cook Medical Center opened at its current location in July 1950. It was owned and operated by Cook County and the Hospital Authority with approximately thirty beds and a small emergency department. The South Wing was added in 1963 with funds provided by the United States government, State of Georgia, Cook County, and its citizens. The addition included the operating room suites, the labor and delivery suites, approximately fifteen rooms, and 16 semi-private room beds. This doubled the patient room capacity for the hospital. In 1997, the Company was accredited by Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. This recognition marked a great achievement reached by Cook Medical Center. Through the years we have helped generation after generation reach better health. Our organization has been striving to serve the needs of our region since we were established. We here at Cook Medical Center are loyal to our community and will continue to strive for excellence in healthcare.
5.Tift Regional Medical CenterServing the Valdosta, GA area
With a reputation as an innovative provider of quality care, Tift Regional Health System (TRHS) is a growing, notforprofit hospital system serving 12 counties in South Central Georgia. TRHS offers more than 135 physicians with expertise in over 30 specialties. The Main Campus is Tift Regional Medical Center (TRMC), a 191bed regional referral hospital located in Tifton at 901 East 18th Street. TRMC was named a top 10 Georgia mediumsize hospital by Georgia Trend magazine in both 2012 and 2013. Tift Regional Medical Center’s West Campus, located in Tifton at 2225 Highway 41 North, is an outpatient facility which houses various diagnostic services and the region’s largest multispecialty physician practice. Located in Adel, Cook Medical Center is a 60bed acute care facility which includes a 12bed geriatric psychiatric unit. Cook Medical Center also offers a 95bed nursing home. In addition to being a quality healthcare provider for the region, TRHS is an economic engine for the community. TRHS employs 2,046 personnel (including 1,825 for Tift Regional Medical Center and 221 for Cook Medical Center). The philosophy of Tift Regional Health System (TRHS) is based on the belief that the primary and fundamental purpose of its existence is to serve the health needs of the patient as well as those of the community. The Hospital Authority of Tift County has the complete legal and moral duty and responsibility to see that TRHS renders an adequate range of services that includes preventive, inpatient and outpatient services; to see that these services are delivered with a consistent, high level of quality; and, to ensure the system’s financial viability and cost effectiveness. TRHS also strives to assist in the provision of an adequate number of primary care and specialty physicians in the region in order to facilitate access to healthcare services. Insofar as TRHS is a regional healthcare institution serving the medical needs of many citizens in South Central Georgia, the Hospital Authority recognizes its responsibility in a multicounty region. TRHS is expected to adopt new and innovative methods of healthcare delivery consistent with the identified needs of the region.
6.Saint Simons By-The-SeaServing the Valdosta, GA area
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Saint Simons By-The-Sea provides mental health and substance abuse treatment to adults and adolescents. Our facility is conveniently located within driving distance of Jacksonville, FL, Savannah, GA, and other surrounding cities in South Georgia and North Florida. Our precise location is in St. Simons Island, Ga. Our serene island setting ensures privacy and anonymity, enabling the patient to concentrate on their treatment. The hospital’s comfortable, supportive environment helps put patients at ease. Saint Simons By-The-Sea serves patients in Georgia, Florida, the Carolinas, and throughout the Southeast. Our staff has extensive experience in the fields of addiction, recovery, relapse prevention, and mental health treatment. We are dedicated, committed and motivated to being a source of support for our patients, their families and the communities we serve. Mission: Our mission is to provide exceptional, compassionate mental health treatment and addiction treatment in a safe environment.
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