Photo for Hurricane Michael Update--October 11, 2018--8:30am

Hurricane Michael Update--October 11, 2018--8:30am

Our Archbold hospitals and nursing homes are operational and our patients, residents, visitors and staff are safe. Patients are continuing to receive medical care. Please find updated important information below on hospital and facility operations at this time. Information for Archbold Staff The City of Thomasville has lost internet connection to the hospital. Therefore Archbold email is not reliable at this time. Ninety-five percent of roads in Thomasville have debris or are...



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Hurricane Michael Update--October 11, 2018--6:30am

Please find updated information below on hospital operations. Information for Archbold Staff The City of Thomasville has lost internet connection to the hospital. Therefore Archbold email is not reliable at this time. Ninety-five percent of roads in Thomasville have debris or are impassable. If you are traveling to the hospital for your shift, please leave early as you are likely to encounter delays. The county will continue to maintain Old Monticello Rd. Please use Old...



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Hurricane Michael Update--October 10, 2018--10am EST

As we monitor Hurricane Michael’s projected track, our current information suggests weather conditions are expected to intensify throughout the day Wednesday and into Thursday. Widespread and prolonged power outages are expected. Inability to drive because downed trees and power lines are expected. Please find updated information below regarding hospital operations. We will continue to communicate with you as we get more information. Please ensure you and your family are safe. ...



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Hurricane Michael Update--October 9, 2018--5pm EST

Please find updated information below on hospital operations for the coming days as we prepare for Hurricane Michael. All elective outpatient services and procedures scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday have been cancelled at Archbold Memorial Hospital, Brooks County Hospital, Grady General Hospital and Mitchell County Hospital—we will perform emergency procedures only. The Archbold Ambulatory Care Center, Wound Care Center, Outpatient Rehab, all AMG clinics and specialty clinics...



Hurricane Michael Update

After reviewing updated hurricane path projections, listening to state and local briefings and discussions with our leadership team, we have made the following decisions regarding operations at Archbold facilities: All elective outpatient services and procedures for Wednesday have been cancelled—we will perform emergency procedures only On-call teams will be notified Tuesday morning, regarding required staffing and the need to stay overnight We will make decisions regarding...



Archbold Hospitals Benefit from Georgia Rural Hospital Tax Credit Program

It’s no secret Georgia’s rural hospitals have been facing financial crisis. To help support the growing financial needs of Georgia’s rural and critical access hospitals like Archbold Memorial Hospital and Archbold’s Brooks County Hospital (BCH) in Quitman, Grady General Hospital in Cairo (GGH), and Mitchell County Hospital (MCH) in Camilla, Georgia legislators introduced The Rural Hospital Tax Credit bill (State Bill 258). The bill, which passed in 2016, offers a rare state tax...



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Archbold Women’s Center Pinks Element Style Bar

The Archbold Women’s Center is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month 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 its earliest stages. On Thursday, October 4, the Archbold Women’s...



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Archbold Women’s Center Pinks TNB

The Archbold Women’s Center is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month 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 its earliest stages. On Tuesday, October 2, the Archbold Women’s...



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Archbold Women's Center Pinks the YMCA

The Archbold Women’s Center is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month 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 its earliest stages. On Monday, October 1, the Archbold Women’s...



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Belk Donates to Singletary Oncology Center

Belk in Thomasville recently raised $700 from a bake sale held at the store during the department store’s Wacoal Fit for the Cure event. The funds were used to purchase bras that were donated to Archbold’s Lewis Hall Singletary Oncology Center for cancer patients. Picture from left to right: Josh Simmons, MD, Medical Oncologist at Archbold’s Singletary Oncology Center; Debbie Beeson, Breast Navigator at Archbold’s Singletary Oncology Center; Ciara Thomas, Intimate...



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Identifying Warning Signs of Suicide Early

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. It’s estimated that nearly 45,000 Americans die by suicide each year. Statistics show that men die by suicide more often than women, and the rate of suicide is highest in middle age, Caucasian men in particular. Though the statistics are...



Archbold Dedicates Edward and Lisbeth Fogg Clinic in Camilla

Archbold Dedicates Edward and Lisbeth Fogg Clinic in Camilla On Tuesday, September 11, community members and supporters of Archbold’s Mitchell County Hospital gathered for a dedication ceremony at the building housing the Medical Group of Mitchell County on Highway 19 in Camilla. During the ceremony, the building was dedicated in memory of and named after Edward C. and Lisbeth A. Fogg, longtime Mitchell County residents and generous supporters of Archbold and Mitchell County Hospital....