Landmark Hospital of Savannah is located in the heart of Savannah, Ga., within a couple of miles of the Historic District. The three-story, 50-bed hospital is located on 68th Street between Waters Avenue and Paulsen Street. The hospital’s architecture was designed to be aesthetically pleasing with a bright, open design. Ample free parking is available in front of the hospital.
The building houses administrative offices, kitchen and dining room, imaging equipment, a procedure room, and the 50 beds on both floors (total between second and third floors).
As part of a commitment to safety, Landmark Hospital of Savannah operates the Synexis Air Purifier system, which uses hydrogen peroxide to reduce contaminants in the air.
Landmark Hospital of Savannah has a team of hospitalists and critical care/pulmonary specialists to care for patients on a daily basis while also having an exceptional medical staff of most of the critical specialties. Staff nurses have advanced certification in many of the fields such as CCRN, nurse practitioners and others. The hospital cares for approximately 400 patients a year and continues to see admissions grow.
- Ventilator/tracheostomy weaning
- Respiratory failure
- Congestive heart failure
- Severe stroke
- Multi-system failure
- Specialized wound care
- Post-surgical/traumatic wounds
- Diabetic ulcers and ischemic ulcers
- Individualized in-house Tablo Dialysis services
- CIHQ and COLA accredited
Brandon Messer joined Landmark Hospital of Savannah as CEO in 2020 with more than 12 years of healthcare experience. Prior to joining the Landmark team, Brandon served as the Director of Quality and Risk Management for a nationally recognized inpatient rehabilitation hospital system. He has held leadership roles in short-term acute care, long-term acute care, inpatient rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities located in the Southeast. Brandon has 12 years of experience and still serves as a healthcare specialist in the United States Army Reserve. In addition, he continues to support volunteer efforts of the American Red Cross and the children’s Masonic Home of Georgia.