Community Support 

  

 

FREE Lunch 'n' Learn:  Don't Let Knee Pain Slow you Down, Wednesday, August 20th, 12:00 noon  

Dr. Antenor Velazco, Orthopaedic Surgeon, will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of toal knee replacements.  Your knees are the largest joints in your body, and can be damaged by injury, disease, or excessive use over time.  If nonsurgical treatments such as medications or walking supports are not helpful, join us to learn what you need to know to make this important decision, then get back to enjoying life.

Pre-registration is required:  click here to register or call 770.467.6136

2014's Scrub Run, Will Run for Food - Saturday, September 13th at 9am.

We hope you'll join us to run or walk the 5k or 1k and raise money for Spalding County's Backpack Food for Kids Program.  For more information or to register, click here. 

A series of fun and informative events to support today’s woman as she juggles family and other responsibilies.

 

Spalding Regional in our community

Spalding Regional Hospital promotes healthy lifestyles throughout our region; reaching all of our communities outside the hospital is an important focus.  We sponsor Health and Wellness screenings and seminars, as well as provide these for many business and community health fairs.  Within our hospital you may also participate in specialized educational events as well as support groups for several health conditions.

You would also be welcomed to volunteer in our hospital as part of our Auxiliary Services group.

To learn more about our programs and upcoming events, or about volunteer opportunities within our hospital, click on one of the links below.

Spalding Regional in Your Community

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Support Groups

If you are interested in learning more about how we can support your event or organization, click on one of the below links:

Involve us in Your Event

Spalding Regional Hospital supports our neighbors whenever we can.  This may include providing speakers and nursing or other clinical staff for your event, sponsorship of not-for-profit initiatives in our community, and support of community activities such as the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, and much more.

If you are interested in obtaining a Health & Wellness screening, or a speaker for your event or organization, please call Kim Stephens, Community Educator and Facility Wellness Coordinator, 678.408.3158 or via email at kim.stephens@tenethealth.com

If you are interested in discussing a possible sponsorship for your program, contact Kathleen Smith, Manager, Marketing and Public Relations, 770.467.6256 or email her at kathleen.smith3@tenethealth.com