Legislative Issues

Georgia's community, Not-for-Profit hospitals are the backbone of our state's health. Community hospitals are mission-driven organizations that exist to benefit their communities through the quality health care they provide and special services that are vitally important but not profitable to the institution.

These services provide care to our vulnerable Georgians through trauma care that assists us in a devastating medical emergency; neonatal intensive care units helping newborns in very critical moments of their early lives; and caring for those who cannot afford to pay. They are also equipping the future doctors with residency education programs for medical students.


The 31st Annual Conference was held October 15-17, 2014 at The Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation

 



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