Welcome to Jeff Davis Hospital
Jeff Davis Hospital is dedicated to delivering professional, courteous, and compassionate care. We offer a friendly face when you need it most.
A 25-bed critical access hospital, JDH has an exceptional range of medical services and outstanding medical staff specializing in pediatrics, internal medicine, family practice, emergency medicine, and surgery.
When you choose a place for your family's healthcare, we hope you choose Jeff Davis Hospital.
Services We Offer:
♥ Emergency Department
♥ 25-Bed Inpatient Unit
♥ Intensive Care Unit
♥ Swing Beds
♥ 24-hour Laboratory
♥ Respiratory Care
♥ Imaging Services
♥ Respite Care
♥ Hospice Care
♥ Sleep Studies
♥ Family Medical Group
Jeff Davis Hospital
163 S. Tallahassee St.
P.O. Box 1690
Hazlehurst, GA 31539
Jeff Davis Hospital Unveils Renovated Emergency Room
On Tuesday, April 17, at 10:00AM, Jeff Davis Hospital will unveil the newly renovated Emergency Room to the public. The new look of the emergency department is appealing to the eyes and provides enhancements to improve efficiencies to staff and patients. The Emergency Room is often the front door to the hospital for those individuals in need of acute and critical care. Changes have been made to address patient flow and patient comfort. The unit has been modified to facilitate nine treatment beds rather than the previous five and has added a sub-wait area to aid in improving wait times before and after treatment. The Jeff Davis Hospital emergency department provides services for nearly 700 patients a month. The hospital is dedicated to be the safety net provider for Jeff Davis County and the surrounding region. A ribbon cutting will be held at the entrance to the emergency room on Tuesday, April 17 at 9:00AM. The public is welcome to take a tour of the facility at that time.
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Groundbreaking for the Inpatient Psych Unit on February 16, 2018
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Is Congress Limiting Your SALT?
Tax payers who are facing the $10,000 limit on the federal deduction for state and local taxes (SALT) can contribute to the Georgia rural hospital for a 100% federal charitable contribution.
For details about possible tax savings, click here.
Hospital Consulting Firm Adopts Benefits Corporation Provisions
The consulting firm that is leading the state-wide effort to implement Georgia's new SB 258 rural hospital organization expense tax credit program has officially amended its Articles of Incorporation to include benefit corporation provisions. In addition to contractually agreeing to contribute its annual net income to a state-wide community foundation in support of rural health care, Portage Charity Advisors, Inc., which is assisting 35 of the 49 rural hospitals that have qualified to receive tax credit-eligible contributions, is now obligated to exclusively pursue public benefits, including the human right to health.
Make A Charitable Contribution To Our Hospital
Beginning in 2017, you will have the opportunity to make a charitable contribution to our hospital and receive a Georgia income tax credit, and, if you itemize, a federal charitable income tax deduction. The Georgia General Assembly made this opportunity available through its passage of SB 258, the Georgia Rural Hospital Expense Tax Credit program.
The views and opinions contained in these articles are those of the authors or subjects and are not necessarily shared by JDA or its staff.
(Clayton, Georgia (August 31, 2016) - HealtHIE Georgia)
A health information exchange, serving rural Georgia healthcare providers, is now connected with the Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN), state-designated Health Information Exchange (HIE) entity for Georgia.
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Georgia Senate Bill 258: The General Assembly's Attempt to Sustain Georgia's Tax-Exempt, Rural Hospitals with a State Income Tax Credit
(Read this article by R. Jeremy Wilson, CPA, CFP®)
WHY IT MATTERS: Health Care
(WSAV-TV Savannah © 08/11/2016)
WASHINGTON (AP) THE ISSUE: About 9 in 10 Americans now have health insurance, more than at any time in history. But progress is incomplete, and the future far from certain...