Archbold Employees Recognized for Years of Service

Archbold Employees Recognized for Years of Service The following employees with over 20 years of service were recently recognized for their tenure with Archbold. Pictured from left to right: Lisa Gatherer, 35 years; Shundra Lewis, 20 years; Wonnie Ogletree, 30 years; Sheila Richardson, 25 years; Gwendolyn Tillman, 30 years; Helen Lang, 20 years; Tina Bates, 25 years; Sonja Barlow, 20 years; Carla Beasley, 20 years; Joe Barron, 40 years; Johnnie Franklin, 20 years; Marilyn Johnson, 30...



Archbold Hosts Sixth Annual Pink Affair Fashion Show

Archbold Hosts Sixth Annual Pink Affair Fashion Show Breast cancer remains the most common cancer among women other than skin cancer. It’s the second-leading cause of cancer death, and about one in eight women will develop the disease in their lifetime. The disease consistently remains one of the most common cancers treated at Archbold’s Lewis Hall Singletary Oncology Center. On October 26, 2017, the Singletary Oncology Center will host the sixth annual Pink Affair, a benefit...



Thomasville National Bank Named Live Better Partner

Thomasville National Bank Named Live Better Partner Live Better, the Archbold Medical Center-led collaborative of key community leaders focused on improving the health of the citizens of Thomas County, recently formed another partnership with a local business that has committed to taking action in support of measurable Live Better goals. Thomasville National Bank (TNB) is one of the most recent Thomasville businesses to become a Live Better partner. As a new Live Better...



BCH Georgia Income Tax Credit Deadline November 1

BCH Georgia Income Tax Credit Deadline November 1 The deadline for Georgia taxpayers to donate to rural hospitals and take advantage of a rare state tax credit is quickly approaching. The Rural Hospital Tax Credit Bill, also known as State Bill 258, was adopted to encourage Georgians to contribute and help support the growing needs of rural and critical access hospitals like Archbold’s Brooks County Hospital (BCH) in Quitman. In order to benefit from the program in 2018, tax credit...



MCH Georgia Income Tax Credit Deadline November 1

MCH Georgia Income Tax Credit Deadline November 1 The deadline for Georgia taxpayers to donate to rural hospitals and take advantage of a rare state tax credit is quickly approaching. The Rural Hospital Tax Credit Bill, also known as State Bill 258, was adopted to encourage Georgians to contribute and help support the growing needs of rural and critical access hospitals like Archbold’s Mitchell County Hospital (MCH) in Camilla. In order to benefit from the program in 2018, tax credit...



GGH Georgia Income Tax Credit Deadline November 1

GGH Georgia Income Tax Credit Deadline November 1 The deadline for Georgia taxpayers to donate to rural hospitals and take advantage of a rare state tax credit is quickly approaching. The Rural Hospital Tax Credit Bill, also known as State Bill 258, was adopted to encourage Georgians to contribute and help support the growing needs of rural and critical access hospitals like Archbold’s Grady General Hospital (GGH) in Cairo. In order to benefit from the program in 2018, tax credit...



Photo for Archbold Women’s Center “Pinks” Elliano’s

Archbold Women’s Center “Pinks” Elliano’s

Archbold Women’s Center “Pinks” Elliano’s The Archbold Women’s Center is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month by “pinking out” local businesses. Archbold Women’s Center staff visited the Thomasville Elliano’s on Wednesday, October 4, as part of their “We Got Pink’d” campaign. The initiative is intended to remind women of the risk factors associated with breast cancer, and to encourage them to schedule a screening mammogram.



Photo for Archbold Women’s Center “Pinks” YMCA

Archbold Women’s Center “Pinks” YMCA

Archbold Women’s Center “Pinks” YMCA The Archbold Women’s Center is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month a different way this year—by “pinking out” local businesses. Archbold Women’s Center staff will be visiting local businesses throughout the month of October as part of their “We Got Pink’d” campaign. The initiative is intended to encourage women to do monthly self-breast exams and schedule a screening mammogram, the best methods to detect breast cancer in...



Live Better 5K Pink Run Saturday

Live Better 5K Pink Run Saturday This Saturday (September 30), Live Better, the Archbold-led community health initiative, will hold the second annual Live Better 5K Pink Run to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The run will help promote the link between obesity and cancer, as well early detection of breast cancer and overall healthy living. If You Go Date: Saturday, September 30, 2017 Location: Lewis Hall Singletary Oncology Center, 919 S Broad Street, Thomasville,...



September: A Focus on Ovarian and Prostate Cancer

September: A Focus on Ovarian and Prostate Cancer According to the CDC, prostate cancer is the most common cancer (other than skin cancer) among men in the United States. And research shows that ovarian cancer is the fifth leading cause of death in American woman. In Georgia during 2016, an estimated 420 women died from ovarian cancer and an estimated 780 men died from prostate cancer. Six cases of ovarian cancer and 63 cases of prostate cancer were treated at...



Prevent Suicide: Know the Warning Signs

Prevent Suicide: Know the Warning Signs September is recognized as National Suicide Awareness Month. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, suicide is the third leading cause of death among young adults in the United States, and the tenth leading cause of death overall. But mental health professionals say that most suicide cases can be prevented. And family and friends often have an opportunity to catch warning signs before a person actually commits suicide. “It’s...



Archbold Preparations for Hurricane Irma

In preparation for Hurricane Irma, Archbold has made the following operational decisions: All elective inpatient and outpatient procedures for Monday and Tuesday have been cancelled. We will only perform emergency procedures. We will resume all procedures when we can safely resume normal operations. Archbold Urgent Care, all Archbold Medical Group clinics and other Archbold outpatient facilities will be closed Monday and Tuesday, and will reopen when we can safely resume normal...