It’s finally finished!

Emanuel Medical Center is now sporting a beautiful new sign! The project to revamp the hospital’s sign next to Kite Highway started back in April, and crews wrapped up the project about two weeks ago.

Carmen Tanner, Director of Marketing/Volunteer Services and Georgia Rural Hospital Tax Credit Program, says the last sign was about 35 years old. According to her, a facility planning team at the hospital started talking about the improvement of the hospital’s face as far back as 2018. The project became a priority when the old sign fell down and the Georgia HEART Program put EMC in a good position financially. Additionally, the new sign now better represents the hospital as an award-winning healthcare facility—which was one of the goals of the project all along.

The total cost of the undertaking was less than $40,000, paid for by tax credits through the HEART Program.

If you don’t usually travel on that side of town, take a drive by EMC today and see the new sign for yourself… And look for more hospital improvement projects in the future!

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