City of Valdosta calls for hospital authority resignations

| September 23, 2016


VALDOSTA – The Valdosta City Council passed a vote of no confidence Thursday night, voting in favor of a request for the resignations of the city’s appointed members of the Hospital Authority of Valdosta and Lowndes County, which governs South Georgia Medical Center.

Councilman Robert Yost called for the vote, pointing to issues of transparency, complaints from patients and staff and an ongoing investigation of the hospital from an unnamed agency.

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  1. Tamika Williams says:

    Great job it was 5am when I went there and it was filthy. Bad thing is it was only three people in the waiting room.After five hours of waiting I was taken to the back they took me to a an even dirtier room it have vomit or something on the floor with hair stuck in it. Gross! There was something on the counter like a white substance.i just wanted to died. After leaving I told my husband If I am having a heart attack I wouldn’t go there just let me die at home or drive hours away.