MCH and MCC Name Employees of the Year

Archbold’s Mitchell County Hospital and Mitchell Convalescent Center recently named Debra Sellers and Annie McNeil the 2018 Employees of the Year, respectively. Sellers has worked in the Archbold system for 18 years, and has worked at MCH for the last nine years. “Debra is loved by everyone at MCH because of her can-do attitude,” said Carla Beasley, Director of Nursing at Mitchell County Hospital. “Debra is always willing to help anyone who needs her, and we are so proud to...



Grady General Names Employee of the Year

Archbold’s Grady General Hospital recently named Shanna Lovin their 2018 Employee of the Year. Shanna has worked as both a respiratory therapist and administrative assistant at Grady General. “Shanna is a wonderful asset to our hospital,” said Crystal Wells, Administrator at Grady General Hospital. “Her work ethic and spirit make it such a joy to work with her. She is a team player and we are grateful that she is a part of the Grady General family.”



Pelham Parkway Nursing Home Names Employee of the Year

Archbold’s Pelham Parkway Nursing Home recently recognized Ruby Eason as their 2018 Employee of the Year. Eason has worked at PPNH for 20 years as a Certified Nursing Assistant. “Ruby is a valued employee, who brings so much joy to everyone around her,” said Scott Kroell, Administrator at Pelham Parkway Nursing Home. “She never hesitates to help when needed, and does a fantastic job improving the quality of life for our residents. She is a fantastic representative of PPNH and...



Brooks County Hospital Names Employee of the Year

Archbold’s Brooks County Hospital recently named Vernon Johnson the 2018 Employee of the Year. Johnson has worked at Brooks County Hospital for 21 years as a Registered Nurse, and is currently Assistant Nurse Manager. “Vernon is a valued employee at Brooks County Hospital,” said June Furney, Assistant Administrator and Director of Nursing at Brooks County Hospital. “He continually goes above and beyond for patients and their families. We’re so proud to recognize Vernon as...



Archbold Medical Center Names Employees of the Year

Archbold Medical Center and Archbold’s Glenn-Mor Nursing Home recently named their 2018 Employees of the Year. Erni Tucker was named Archbold Memorial Hospital’s 2018 Employee of the Year. Tucker has been a pharmacist at Archbold for 24 years. “Erni exemplifies all of Archbold’s core values and qualities,” said Chris Newman, Vice President of Ancillary Services at Archbold. “She is the best of the best, and we’re so proud to recognize her as our Employee of the...



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Archbold Welcomes New Provider Rice

Archbold’s Grady General Hospital recently welcomed nurse practitioner, Sarah Rice, NP-C, to the medical staff. Rice earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Georgia Southern University in Statesboro and a Master of Science degree in nursing from South University in Savannah. She joins Jason NeSmith, MD and Anna Gray, FNP at Cairo Internal Medicine and will be treating patients at Grady General Hospital in Cairo.



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Archbold Welcomes New Provider Smith

Archbold Memorial Hospital recently welcomed nurse practitioner, Jessica Smith, FNP-C, to the medical staff. Smith earned a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Science degree, both in nursing, from Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus. She joins Jason Griffin, MD, Jackson Hatfield, MD, Kimberly Pickens, MD, Dale Wing, MD, Bruce Allen, PA-C and Jordan Williams, NP-C at Archbold Primary Care in Thomasville. The practice provides primary care for adults and is...



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Archbold Employees Recognized for Years of Service

The following employees with over 20 years of service were recently recognized for their tenure with the Archbold health system on April 16 at a luncheon. Pictured sitting from left to right: Nan Anders, 20 years; Sharon Bradshaw, 35 years; Grit Webb, 25 years; Pam Porter, 35 years. Pictured standing from left to right: Joan Alford, 25 years; Tammy Davis, 25 years; Pam Cornwell, 25 years; Vanessa Garland, 20 years; Traci Newsome, 30 years; Carolyn Lightfoot, 25 years; Ben Morris, 25 years;...



Hospice of Southwest Georgia Remembrance Services Postponed

Hospice of Southwest Georgia's remembrance services scheduled for Davis Park in Cairo (May 2nd) and Paradise Park in Thomasville (May 3) have been postponed due to predictions of inclement weather. For more information, please call Linda Conti at Hospice of Southwest Georgia, 229-584-5505.



Severe Weather Event Notice--April 18, 2019

A strong storm may impact our area Friday between 5 a.m. and 9 a.m. The storm is expected to last 30 minutes to an hour as the front moves through. As of now, all Archbold facilities are expected to maintain normal operating hours tomorrow. All elective inpatient and outpatient procedures for Friday are still scheduled. Our Emergency Department, Urgent Care, all Archbold Medical Group clinics and other outpatient facilities will also be open. Please use caution when traveling. If you feel...



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Archbold Brings Advanced MRI to Thomasville

Archbold Memorial Hospital recently installed new Signa™ Artist magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) unit in the hospital’s radiology department. Magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, is a test that uses magnets, radio waves and a computer to make detailed images inside bodies. Doctors often use this test to diagnose disease or injury and to see how well bodies have responded to treatment. The strength of the new Signa Artist’s magnet is 1.5 Tesla, which is equivalent to that of the...



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Archbold Hospice Volunteers Give Back

April 7-15 is recognized as National Healthcare Volunteer Week, a time to recognize healthcare volunteers for their selfless service and dedication to making a difference in their local communities. Archbold's Hospice of Southwest Georgia offers a multitude of volunteer opportunities that allow volunteers to interact with hospice patients and their families. Hospice of Southwest Georgia's Flower Angels is one very popular volunteer program. Floral arrangements are donated by local...