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Keep This In Mind Before Waiting In Line…

Keep This In Mind Before Waiting In Line…

Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases, resulting in long wait times at Community Medical Center’s outdoor COVID-19 treatment area, please keep the following in mind before spending time waiting in line: If symptom free, please wait 72-hours (3 days) after exposure before coming to CMC’s outdoor COVID-19 drive-thru site for testing. If you are in quarantine…

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GRHS Welcomes Jessica Smith, FNP

GRHS Welcomes Jessica Smith, FNP

GRHS is honored to welcome George County native Jessica Smith to Community Medical Center Jessica Smith, a Family Nurse Practitioner and lifelong resident of George County, is now seeing new patients at Community Medical Center. Smith has been part of the George Regional Health System team since 2008.  She received both her Bachelor of Science in…

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George Regional Health System Certified Nursing  Program Accepting Applications

George Regional Health System Certified Nursing Program Accepting Applications

The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Program at Greene County Health & Rehab is accepting applications. The 75-hour program is a paid, hands-on learning clinical internship which includes the textbook and the CNA Certification Exam. To prepare graduates for their role as a part of a healthcare team, instructors cover essential topics, such as anatomy, physiology, vital…

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COVID – 19 Update

COVID – 19 Update

August 26, 2021     Change to COVID-19 Vaccinations at Community Medical Center Beginning Monday, August 30, 2021, COVID-19 walk-in vaccinations at Community Medical Center will be offered on Mondays from 9 AM – 12 PM and 1 PM – 4:30 PM.  Second dose vaccinations will be available by appointment.   Community Medical Center COVID-19 Walk-In…

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Visitation Policy Implemented Due To COVID-19

Visitation Policy Implemented Due To COVID-19

Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases GRHS has implemented the following visitation policy GRHS Visitors Policy: Visitors will be screened upon entrance in the outpatient area Visitation is limited to 8 AM to 6 PM Only one (1) visitor per patient for Medical-Surgical, Emergency Room, and Labor & Delivery Only one (1) visitor per patient…

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FREE Pfizer COMMUNITY COVID-19 VACCINATION DAY

FREE Pfizer COMMUNITY COVID-19 VACCINATION DAY

FREE Pfizer COMMUNITY COVID-19 VACCINATION DAY Wednesday, August 18th 10 AM – 6 PM George County Fairgrounds No appointment needed 12 years & older FREE Pfizer Vaccines will be available The second dose will be administered on September 8th at the George County Fairgrounds (9162 Old Highway 63 South, Lucedale, MS 39452)  

NOTICE: GRHS is operating under CRISIS OPERATIONS   On July the 28th of 2021 the MSDH required all Hospitals to operate under Crisis Conditions.   What could this mean for our patients, staff, and visitors? Due to the unprecedented surge in COVID-19 infections, and the demand for services across our State, Healthcare Systems are operating beyond…

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Clay Wedgeworth Named Director of Nursing

Clay Wedgeworth Named Director of Nursing

Long-time employee, Clay Wedgeworth, has accepted the permanent role of Director of Nursing (DON) for George Regional Hospital. In this role, Clay will focus on: Customers Satisfaction, Quality, and Compliance.  In Clay’s time as interim DON, he has demonstrated team building, clinical expertise,  and a willingness to assist where he is needed. Clay has over 21…

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WLOX TV Interview: George Regional Health System’s vaccine plan rolls efficiently on first day

WLOX TV Interview: George Regional Health System’s vaccine plan rolls efficiently on first day

https://www.wlox.com/2021/01/20/george-regional-health-systems-vaccine-plan-rolls-efficiently-first-day/ It was appropriate that the George Regional Health System gave their COVID-19 vaccines at a cattle yard. They herded patients through their well-planned system with precision and efficiency. People came from across the southern half of the state are going to Lucedale to get their coronavirus vaccine. On Tuesday, hundreds of cars snaked through a…

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