Navicent partners with Emory for specialized services
The agreement includes a formal restructuring of Navicent Health’s cardiothoracic, also known as CT, surgery service line, extending the range of CT procedures available to patients in Macon and the surrounding region. Read the full article: Macon Telegraph Read more
Salvation Army sending food trucks to coastal area
The Salvation Army is preparing to again deploy food trucks throughout coastal Georgia to feed those impacted by Hurricane Irma. Workers will also be distributing clean-up kits from the trucks for households that need them. Read the full article: Savannah Morning News Read more
Hurricane evacuee gives birth in Augusta
Ellianna Mae Yanik was supposed to be born last Thursday in Brunswick but her parents fled to Augusta the day before to get out ahead of Hurricane Irma. Read the full article: Augusta Chronicle  Read more
About 120 still in Macon shelters
About 120 evacuees remained in Macon shelters Wednesday night as damage assessment and recovery efforts were still under way in South Georgia and Florida. Read the full article: Macon Telegraph Read more
Tybee Island begins recovery
The Smeltzers  joined dozens of other Tybee residents along the street in putting their flood-damaged belongings in their yards to dry out or be picked up by work crews. Read the full article: Savannah Morning News Read more

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