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JOIN THE “BIGGEST LOSER” WELLNESS PROGRAM
You are invited to participate in a three-month research study that will help you lose weight and improve your heart health. Qualified professionals including faculty from Geor-gia Southern University, registered dietitians, and physical therapists will offer diet and exercise counseling. To participate in this study, you should be between the ages of 18-65 and live in the Metter, GA area. Click here for more information

CCH & Partners... In the News!

CCH Partners with B.A.B.E.S.!


CCH and BABESOur Radiology Department has partnered up with B.A.B.E.S., a non-profit organization with roots in South Georgia, whose primary goal is to "Battle Against Breast Cancer, Educating for Survival" (hence the BABES Acronym).  In doing so, CCH will be selling BABES T-shirts for $10, with ALL PROCEEDS to aid the uninsured women in our community in obtaining Screening Mammograms! 

The entire Radiology Department Staff is very excited about this opportunity in working with B.A.B.E.S, and it's founder, Knicole Lee, Family Nurse Practitioner.  In bringing this program to Candler County Hospital, we will be seeing some new t-shirt designs with an emphasis on Metter!  I would like to invite anyone interested in learning more about Mammograms and their Breast Cancer Screening Benefits to come by and visit us or call and speak with a Certified Mammographer at CCH at 912-685-1746.  

We are so excited about being of service to our own Community and are pleased to be able to provide a beautiful, florist quality Rose to all of our Mammogram patients.  

CCH Partners witth the Hearts and Hands Clinic

Candler County Hospital is a proud partner of The Hearts and Hands Clinic! The Hearts and Hands Clinic of Statesboro promotes healthy living and health education by providing free primary health services for the citizens of the Bulloch County community who are medically uninsured and have an income at or below 200% of the federal poverty guideline. Recently, the Statesboro Herald had an article about Hearts and Hands and what this organization is about. To read the article, click here. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to bring awareness and resources to our community.