Amerigroup Georgia Celebrates Community Partners During Statewide Breakfast Series

ATLANTA--()--Amerigroup Community Care of Georgia will host a series of special breakfast events around the State to celebrate local organizations and community leaders who serve Medicaid members and PeachCare for Kids. This year, Amerigroup celebrates a decade of service in Georgia by bringing together local organizations and community partners for an uplifting morning highlighted by inspiring stories from local leaders, talent performances and networking opportunities with other working professionals.

“Amerigroup has been working in Georgia for a decade to address the needs and barriers our members face every day”

The seven-stop community breakfast series, which launches on Thursday, March 10 in Savannah, brings together a collection of guest speakers who work directly with Georgia’s most vulnerable population. Each stop will also include a performance from local-area musical talent and discussions on how to better serve the community.

“Amerigroup has been working in Georgia for a decade to address the needs and barriers our members face every day,” said Fran Gary, plan president, Amerigroup Georgia. “We started the Community Breakfast series to thank local organizations, our partners and providers who help improve their local communities. These events also serve as open forums to encourage honest dialogue about what is working and what still needs to be done.”

The Amerigroup Community Breakfast series includes:

  • Thursday, March 10: Savannah (Savannah Station, 601 Cohen Street)
  • Tuesday, March 15: Atlanta (755 Club at Turner Field, 755 Hank Aaron Drive)
  • Thursday, March 17: Gainesville (Gainesville Civic Center, Chattahoochee Room, 830 Green Street NE)
  • Wednesday, March 23: Macon (Anderson Conference Center, 5171 Eisenhower Parkway)
  • Thursday, March 24: Albany (Hilton Garden Inn, 101 S. Front Street)
  • Wednesday, March 30: Augusta (Marriott Convention Center, Two 10th Street)
  • Friday, April 1: Columbus (The Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Road)

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About Amerigroup Georgia

Amerigroup Georgia helps improve health care access and quality for more than 375,000 low-income Georgians by developing innovative care management programs and services. Members are assured care that is not only accessible, but also accountable, comprehensive, integrated and patient-centered. Amerigroup Georgia provides ongoing community relations and outreach to encourage members to become active participants in their health care. Through health education programs, members are empowered to choose and sustain a healthy lifestyle.


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