FREE Community Health Fair

Free Community Health Fair

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Date: Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Time: 7:00am-12pm

Location: The Charles H. Kirbo Regional Center

SRTC Bainbridge Campus


Free Wellness Lab Screenings                                                 Free Educational Material

Free PSA testing for men over 50                                          Free Community Resources

Free Blood Pressure Checks                                                    Free BMI & Body Fat percentage


Please PRE-register by 11/2/2019

 Click here to download and print your Pre-registration form. Pre-registration forms may also be picked up from the Registration desks in the hospital’s front lobby or Emergency Department

Please return your completed form by fax to 229-243-3340, via email, or you can drop-off your form to the Registration desks in the hospital’s front lobby or Emergency Department.



Daisy Award Winner

Congratulations Torrence McNelson, Daisy Award Recipient.

Torrence is an RN in our Emergency Department. He is being recognized for being a consummate professional with a calm demeanor and excellent bedside manner. 

 Torrence was nominated by Shea Miller who stated that  “even on a very busy ER night, he took time to answer all of my questions and did his best to make sure I was comfortable.  During a crazy shift when he could have gotten stressed and rushed through his duties, he made sure that I felt as important as any other patient.  I truly appreciate his hard work and kind disposition!”

 We are proud to have you on our team Torrence! Congratulations




Shining Star


Congratulations to our June 2019 Shining Star Award Winner Courtney Roland, Ultrasound Tech.

 Courtney had 9 nominations. Some of the comments made were: “While her co-worker was out, Courtney was on call 24/7 for months. Even though she was exhausted, she always showed up with a smile and made her patients feel important. Every patient every time, every day”; “Always has a smile, always goes out of her way to help and the ideal co-worker and employee”.

Employees like Courtney make us shine! Thank you Courtney for being a STAR!!



New Vision Detox Services at MHM


Memorial Hospital and Manor is pleased to partner with New Vision Medical Stabilization Services for Patients Battling Addiction

Addiction can affect everyone. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, New Vision at Memorial Hospital and Manor can help. The right path is a few steps away.

New Vision offers safe, confidential inpatient medical stabilization for alcohol, prescription pain pills, and certain other substances. Patients are admitted privately and offered a safe way to deal with withdrawal symptoms for usually three days. There is no waiting list and New Vision accepts most commercial insurance, Medicaid, Medicare and cash pay.

New Vision is a hospital-based medical stabilization and withdrawal management service that is in partnership with SpecialCare Hospital Management of St. Charles, MO and is currently offered in nearly 50 hospitals across the United States. SpecialCare has been providing inpatient medical stabilization in collaboration with short-term acute care hospitals for over 26 years.


Call us today at 229- 243-3385.  New Vision at Memorial Hospital and Manor – Take the first step on the road to recovery today.

Visit New Vision’s website at



Thank You FPCB!

As part of the Georgia HEART Hospital Program, First Port City Bank is supplying $131, 207 dollars of financial support to Memorial Hospital and Manor.

First Port City Bank is a strong believer in its communities and in the power of giving back. “We have a great respect for Memorial Hospital and Manor and the changes that are occurring,” said Scott Ewing, President of FPCB. “They work tirelessly to provide quality healthcare to our community and we are pleased to know that our gift will help this organization to thrive. I am also appreciative to our FPCB directors who have participated in this program individually. “

Memorial Hospital and Manor is grateful for the continued support through the Georgia Heart Program, “First Port City Bank leads our contributions from “C” Corporations and we are thankful for their vote of confidence,” says Jim Lambert

The Georgia Rural Hospital Tax Credit enables Georgia businesses and taxpayers to redirect their Georgia income tax liability to help support these qualified hospitals. Through this rural hospital tax credit program, a “C” Corporation or trust shall be allowed a 100% Georgia income tax credit for contributions to rural hospitals equal to the amount of the contribution, or 75 percent of the corporation’s or trust’s income tax liability, whichever is less.


Additionally, the IRS recently issued guidance confirming that for federal income tax purposes, “C” corporations can deduct rural hospital tax credit contributions as ordinary and necessary business expenses.

If you would like more information as to how this program can be beneficial to your business, please contact Lauren Harrell at Memorial Hospital and Manor at 229.243.6115.



Heightened Measles Awareness

Following two confirmed cases of measles in the Atlanta area, Public Health officials are urging healthcare providers to maintain heightened awareness for patients with measles. Please follow the link for additional information:

Measles Awareness


We’re ranked #1!!

We are very proud and pleased to announce Georgia Trend has ranked Memorial Hospital and Manor #1 of Georgia Medium Hospitals with 100 to 249 beds. Hospitals in the  rankings included those that participated in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Hospital Value Based Purchasing program. A Total Performance Score was used to rank the hospitals using information on clinical process, patient experience, outcome and efficiency.



Career of Loving Care

Family Practice Provider, Kyle Kelley, FNP-C, and Nurse, Jasmine Daniels, LPN, captured the minds and hearts of West Bainbridge Elementary School Kindergarteners at Career Day. Both shared with students their reason for choosing a health care career, demonstrated the instruments they use daily to provide care, and left each student with valuable knowledge and a treat bag!