Mitchell County Hospital names Beasley Administrator

Archbold’s Mitchell County Hospital recently named Carla Beasley, RN, MSN as administrator for the 25 bed critical access hospital located in Camilla, Georgia. Beasley joined the Archbold team over 23 years ago where she began her career as a LPN. Beasley continued her education while working at Archbold fulltime earning an Associate of Science degree in nursing in 2001 from Wallace College in Dothan, Alabama. She then earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing in 2005 from...



Brooks County Hospital names Furney Administrator

Archbold’s Brooks County Hospital recently named June Furney, RN, MSN, as administrator of the critical access hospital located in Quitman, Georgia. Furney began her career at Archbold in 1986 as a receptionist at the specialty clinic in Quitman. Furney went on to earn an Associate of Science degree in nursing from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Georgia in 1995 and became a registered nurse in 1996. After becoming an RN, Furney transferred to Brooks County Hospital...



Archbold Welcomes New Provider Terry

Archbold Welcomes New Provider Terry Archbold Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome Anita Terry, CRNA, to the medical staff. Terry earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from University of West Florida in Pensacola, FL, and a Master of Science degree in nurse anesthesia from Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, TX. She joins South Georgia Anesthesia Associates in Thomasville as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist.



Pelham Parkway Nursing Home named Pelham’s Corporate Citizen of the Year

Archbold’s Pelham Parkway Nursing Home has been named the 2020 Corporate Citizen of the Year by the Pelham Chamber of Commerce. The award is awarded to a local business with over 15 employees that strives to make an impact on the community. Pelham Parkway Nursing home is a 108-bed skilled nursing facility who’s dedicated staff are committed to safe, quality care for all residents. “Over the past year Pelham Parkway has been on the front-lines of the COVID-19 Pandemic. They have...



Archbold Welcomes New Provider Phillips

Archbold Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome Katie Phillips, MSN, CNM, APRN, to the medical staff. Phillips earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from the State University of New York at Delhi in Delhi, New York, and a Master of Science degree in nurse midwifery from Frontier Nursing University in Versailles, Kentucky. She will be seeing patients at Primary Care of Southwest Georgia Midwifery Center.



Archbold Medical Center mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinic sets out to expand access

Archbold Medical Center staff provided COVID-19 vaccines to a group of very appreciative community members at the Boston polling site building Friday afternoon. Archbold has been operating a vaccine clinic within the hospital for several weeks, and has provided 6650 doses so far. The Boston event was a test-run of a concept where Archbold will partner with various groups within its service area who can help reach those at high risk and may not be able to come to the hospital itself for a...



Archbold Receives $20,000 donation through Georgia HEART Program

Archbold recently received a $20,000 donation made by Rainey Finance Company. The donation was made through Georgia HEART which administers the Georgia Rural Hospital Tax Credit Program. Donations made through Georgia HEART help rural and critical access hospitals increase funding and provide care to thousands of Georgians. Archbold President and CEO, Darcy Craven, and Archbold Foundation President, Vann Middleton, were present as the check was presented by Mike McPherson with Rainey Finance...



Archbold Welcomes New Physician Geiger

Archbold Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome Matthew Geiger, MD, to the medical staff. Geiger earned a Bachelor of Science degree in aeronautical technology from Arizona State University in Tempe, and a medical degree from the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in St. Maarten. Geiger completed his residency at Baton Rouge General Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He will be treating patients at Archbold Memorial Hospital in the emergency department.



Archbold Foundation Tree of Lights Taking Donations

The tradition to honor and remember friends, loved ones through the Archbold Foundation Tree of Lights continues in spite of the event being cancelled in Archbold’s continued effort to keep our communities safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Every donation helps fund the critical services and programs Hospice of Southwest Georgia offers to patients and families in our communities. “I think especially during this current time, the COVID-19 pandemic, there are so many families...



Christian Healthcare Ministries Now Accepted at Archbold

Christian Healthcare Ministries Now Accepted at Archbold Christian Healthcare Ministries (CHM), a federally certified exemption to the individual mandate under the United States Affordable Care Act, is now accepted at Archbold Medical Center. CHM is an eligible option for individuals and families under the national healthcare law. Archbold Memorial Hospital, Brooks County Hospital, Grady General Hospital and Mitchell County Hospital, as well as Archbold Medical Group practices will now...



Archbold Welcomes New Provider Vaughn

Archbold Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome Storm Vaughn, AA-C, to the medical staff. Vaughn earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Georgia, and a Master of Medical Science degree in anesthesiology from Emory University. He joins South Georgia Anesthesia Associates in Thomasville as an anesthesiologist assistant.



Archbold Cardiologist one of 78 in world to Earn Cardio-Oncology Certification

Archbold cardiologist Kashyap Choksi, MD, PhD, FASNC becomes one of only 78 physicians in the world to earn Cardio-Oncology certification. Cardiologists with a Cardio-Oncology certification are trained to evaluate and treat patients who have heart disease or who are at risk for heart disease before, during, and after cancer treatment. “This is such a unique opportunity to treat patients who are undergoing oncological treatments and have a lot of cardiovascular risk factors that may...