Support AngelEye Service in the SGMC Birthplace

ABOUT ANGELEYE

The Birthplace at South Georgia Medical Center recently installed 32 live-streaming video cameras to keep parents and family members connected to their newborns. The cameras, located across various departments including Labor and Delivery, Nursery, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Surgery and select post partum rooms, are part of a platform known as AngelEye.

With AngelEye's secure live-stream video, families can see their babies receiving care in our Birthplace using their phone, computer or tablet. The camera is at the bedside, capturing their every moment in real-time. The application also includes a one-way patient update tool that allows clinical staff to send parents vital updates and precious moments through text, photo, or recorded video, further engaging parents in their infant's care.

MAKE A DONATION

Now more than ever, virtual technology is often the only source keeping families connected in the most critical of moments. You have the opportunity to sustain this service through a donation. Your support will help fund this program and allow us to purchase more cameras to use in our Birthplace.

To support the AngelEye platform, complete the below form or mail donations to the following address:

SGMC Foundation
PO Box 1727
Valdosta, GA 31603

*PLease make check payable to SGMC Foundation.