New healthcare center to open this month
LUCEDALE — The availability of medical specialty services in George County and surrounding areas is expanding thanks to a new partnership between Singing River Health System (SRHS) and George Regional Health System (GRHS).
SRHS plans to open the George Regional Specialty Center this month, to be located at 57 Dewey St. in Lucedale.
Neurologists and pain management specialists with SRHS Neuroscience Center will begin see patients at the center. Hospice of Light, which has provided end-of-life care in George County and surrounding areas since 2006, moved into the building in April.
“What is truly exciting about this partnership is the ability to work with GRHS, an exceptional healthcare system, to enhance the services residents of George County already know and trust,” said Chris Anderson, CEO, SRHS. “This fits well with the SRHS mission to improve the quality of life in the community by delivering
world-class healthcare and wellness services.”
A ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house for the George Regional Specialty Center will be held at a later date and the public will be invited to attend.
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