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November 9, 2004

Americus-- A South Georgia Hospital unrolls a major media campaign with the community in mind.

There was lots of fanfare as Sumter Regional Hospital's CEO, David Seagraves, announced the "Just Like You" campaign.

With several hundred employees present, Seagraves said the hospital will introduce many of these people to the community using radio, T.V., and newspaper spots.

Although the campaign is temporary, the message is not. Seagraves says, "We will always be focused on the community and we want to make sure people understand that."

Seagraves says the hospital needed to refocus their efforts on the community and Tuesday's announcement lets people know they are committing themselves to excellence in community service.

Posted at 4:21 p.m. by melissa.kill@walb.com