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Statesboro Magazine May/June 2022
Now that we’re vaccinated, and mask mandates have been lifted, let’s talk about staying healthy. This issue of Statesboro Magazine provides a look at area physicians through East Georgia Regional Medical Center’s official 2022 Physicians Guide. Keep this magazine handy as a reference guide to the superior healthcare professionals who serve the Statesboro area, or visit throughout the year to reference the digital guide. Inside this issue we also provide a closer look at dedicated physicians Scott and Chelsea Mikell, who married after completing medical school in 2014, finished their respective residencies in 2018, then moved to Statesboro to practice their specialties. Together their practices cover patients from birth to old age. Read how they’re making a real difference in the healthcare community. Another Bulloch County native who’s investing in preserving local history, and his family’s legacy, is attorney Joe Edward “Matt” Mathews, Jr. Matt’s newly formed law firm Bruce, Mathews & Lavoie, occupies the former home of his great-great grandfather Ed L. Smith. Keeping tradition alive, he and wife, Dr. Loren Mathews, have purchased the home of Matt’s late grandmother, Jean Mathews, to preserve the history of both the Smith & Mathews families. We think you’ll agree, it’s quite a legacy. We give you something to smile about with our story on local dentist, Dr. Jason McGibony. He has recently expanded the practice, McGibony & Associates, to include more dentists with specialties, more examination rooms and a new surgery suite. Find out how Dr. McGibony is on the forefront of dental innovations with the team members, products and equipment to provide a full range of services to the patients he treats like family. Stay healthy by finding an outdoor activity you and the whole family can enjoy. Check out the Summer Fun Guide for exciting things to do while the kids are out of school. There are day camps, petting zoos or jump in for a swim at Splash in the Boro. We’re sure you’ll find something fun to do in Statesboro during those long sunny days ahead.
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