SGHS honors workers members with DAISY Awards
The Southeast Georgia Well being System not too long ago introduced the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses to Christy Buie, R.N., BSN, and Shanna Giles, R.N., BSN, in recognition of the kindness and compassion they supply.
A registered nurse within the well being system’s cath lab on the Brunswick hospital, Buie, was nominated for the DAISY Award by Suzy Furlong, the daughter of a affected person Buie cared for.
Giles, is a registered nurse on one of many telemetry flooring on the well being system’s Brunswick hospital. She was nominated fo rthe DAISY Award by one in every of her co-workers.
Buie and Giles obtained a certificates, flowers in addition to “A Healer’s Contact” sculptures, hand-carved by artists of the Shona Tribe in Africa and Grandy’s Sinnamon Rolls, donated by house owners, and siblings Paul and Mary Kay Spence.
Nurses may be nominated for the DAISY Award on-line at sghs.org/daisy-award, or nominations could also be positioned in DAISY packing containers positioned all through the well being system’s Brunswick and Camden hospitals.
Physician joins well being system
The Southeast Georgia Well being System not too long ago welcomed board-certified inside medication doctor, Dr. Brandi M. Wynne, to Southeast Georgia Doctor Associates- Major Care.
After graduating from the College of Georgia together with her bachelor’s diploma in biochemistry, she labored for 2 years with Dr. George Walker, a nephrologist in personal follow in Eastman.
Wynne joins Southeast Georgia Doctor Associates-Major Care positioned within the Medical Plaza adjoining to the well being system’s Brunswick hospital. She is at the moment accepting new sufferers. To be taught extra, go to sghs.org/primary-care or name 912-466-7470 to schedule an appointment.
Lifeguard courses to be held
The Glynn County Parks and Recreation Division will maintain Junior Lifeguard Class for ages 11 to fifteen from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m Saturday on the Howard Coffin Park Aquatic Middle in Brunswick. Individuals will study what it takes to be a lifeguard and can accomplished a condensed model of the Lifeguard Take a look at.
The American Purple Cross Lifeguarding Class, session two, has been rescheduled for Thursday to Sunday. Registration charges are $175 and may be accomplished on-line at www.glynncounty.org/recreation. For questions on both class, contact Tyler at 912-279-3810.