Rural Hospital Stabilization Program

In March 2014, Governor Nathan Deal created the Rural Hospital Stabilization Program to identify needs of the rural hospital community and provide potential solutions. The program works to increase the flow of communication between hospitals and the state, and improve Georgia’s citizens’ access to health care.

The Rural Hospital Stabilization Grant Program is currently in the fifth year of funding. Phase 5 participating hospitals are: Candler County Hospital, Dodge County Hospital, Dorminy Medical Center, Jeff Davis Hospital, Jefferson Hospital, Stephens County Hospital, Wayne Memorial Hospital and Wills Memorial Hospital. The Rural Hospital Stabilization Grant Phase 5 funding period is September 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The Phase 5 Program Report will be available for public distribution during the first quarter of FY2022.

Download this pdf file.View our Comprehensive Report on the Rural Hospital Stabilization Program Phase 1-3

Download this pdf file.View the Rural Hospital Stabilization Grant Program Phase 4 Program Report

2019 Rural Hospital Stabilization Program November 2019

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For archived Rural Hospital Stabilization Program information please click here.