Memorial Satilla Health's Board of Trustees is proud to partner with Okefenokee Alliance for the Homeless (OATH) in providing needed services for the homeless in our community. The hospital's recent donation of $12,600 will further OATH's efforts to transition their clients out of homelessness and into stable housing.

"I'm proud to announce Memorial Satilla Health's commitment to support OATH. As part of HCA Healthcare, we firmly believe in the power of giving back to our community and making a positive impact in the lives of others. We hope this contribution will aid OATH in their noble mission and the valuable work they do," said Chris Kovacs, chief operating officer.

About Memorial Satilla Health: Memorial Satilla Health is a mission-driven, community-based health system with a 231-bed full-service hospital. Our tradition of care began more than 60 years ago and continues today with more than 600 employees, physicians and volunteers. The hospital serves as regional referral center for more than 185,000 residents across nine counties in Southeast Georgia. Key services include a very busy ER where we treat more than 47,000 emergencies each year; our Heart, Cancer, Surgery, Rehabilitation, Sleep and Birthing Centers with specialists trained specifically for these needs; and an extensive Mental Health program for senior adults and those suffering with memory loss.