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Congratulations, Becca Miller: 2020 Stephanie Melemis Award Winner

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Stephanie Melemis was a CMN Hospitals employee from Ontario, Canada. She had incredible passion for the children we serve and our cause as a whole. In November of 1998, Stephanie...

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Campaign Begins to Fund a New NICU Ambulance

Phoebe Foundation is excited to share that all Children’s Miracle Network funds raised locally in 2020 will help fund a brand new, state-of-the-art NICU ambulance to serve Phoebe’s 22-county service...

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“The Cool Place” and Phoebe Foundation Host First Extra Life Event!

We are so excited to announce our first annual Extra Life Game Day event taking place on November 2 at “The Cool Place” in the Albany Mall! While Extra Life...

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Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital located in Albany, GA

Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital is one of Georgia's six state-designated Perinatal Centers and the only hospital in the region devoted to sick newborns. Phoebe's 30 bed Neonatal ICU offers extraordinary care for the most tiny and fragile newborns. Phoebe's Neonatal Intensive Care ambulance is fully equipped to transport infants throughout a 22-county perinatal region. One hundred percent (100%) of the funds raised helps to insure all children in Southwest Georgia have access to state-of-the-art hospital equipment and specialty services and programs.

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