J. Roy Rowland, M.D., a voice for moderation and healthcare reform, is featured in the Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia. We would like to thank him for his years of service and dedication to our community.
Read here to learn more about Dr. Rowland, Gore, Thomas B., M.D. “J. Roy Rowland, M.D.: A Voice for Moderation in Health Care Reform.” Editorial. The Journal of The Medical Association of Georgia Issue 4 2012: 28-30.
This is a picture of the Powell Building at Central State Hospital in Milledgeville, Georgia. Central State Hospital (CSH), located in Milledgeville, opened in 1842 as Georgia’s first public psychiatric hospital. It was, at one time, the largest psychiatric hospital in the world. The Powell Building was the Admissions Unit for many of the middle and central Georgia counties, and served the 10-county catchment area of the CSB of Middle Georgia until just a few short years ago.