Landmark Hospital of Savannah
Our three-level, 50,000 sq. ft. state of the art Critical Care Hospital Savannah, GA, features 50 single occupancy rooms to meet the growing healthcare demands of Southeast Georgia and South Carolina. Twenty-five of these rooms are dedicated rehab beds in our transitional recovery unit, located on the top floor of the hospital. Landmark Hospital of Savannah is strategically located in the heart of Savannah’s medical community to serve patients in the area’s largest medical centers.
800 East 68th St.
Savannah, GA 31405
Phone – 912-298-1000
Fax – 912-298-1052
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Rodney Midkiff comes to Landmark Hospital of Savannah with 24 years of experience in healthcare administration, 17 of it specializing in critical care in executive, operational and development positions.
Midkiff began his healthcare career as a respiratory therapist with the U.S. Army. His military service included three years in Germany as part of the Army’s last MASH unit and several voluntary deployments.
Laura Freeman joined the Landmark team as a charge nurse in September of 2014 when the Savannah hospital opened. Freeman brought over 10 years of critical care experience to Landmark.
In May of 2016, Freeman was promoted to Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) for the hospital, assisting with ensuring patient care standards are met, supervising the nursing department staff, and providing excellent support for patients, families and staff. Freeman graduated from Chamberlain College of Nursing earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.
Dr. H. Georg Laemmerhirt, a native of Germany, received his medical degree at the Westfälische Wilhelms Universität in Münster and completed his residency in internal medicine at Memorial Health University Center in Savannah, GA.
After working as a hospitalist and acute care specialist at healthcare systems in Denver, CO and Tifton, GA, Dr. Laemmerhirt returned to his favorite American city, Savannah.
Dr. Laemmerhirt has been with Landmark Hospital since October 2015.