The Foundation donated an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) to the Cook Fire Department and Emergency Management Center.  "An AED is a small portable, life-saving device designed to treat victims who are experiencing sudden cardiac arrest, " states Mandy Brooks with the TRMC Foundation.  This device is often placed where a large amount of people gather; such as schools, recreation departments and first responders. 

Pictured (L-R): Johnny West; Cook County Fire Chief and EMA Director and Mandy Brooks; TRMC Foundation Director.   


The Tift Regional Medical Center Foundation recently presented two Lifeline Arms to Hope EMS and Turner County EMS.  These units are designed to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) enroute to the hospital and our first responders were able to obtain the devices.    

CPR is an emergency lifesaving procedure that is performed when the heart stops beating.  Immediate CPR can double or triple the chances of survival after cardiac arrest.  With the Lifeline Arm, this device is attached to the cardiac victim and performs effective and continuous CPR throughout transport. 

To learn more, call the Tift Regional Medical Center Foundation at (229) 391-3310 or visit 

Pictured from L-R:  Allen Owens; Director of Hope EMS, Mandy Brooks; Director of the Tift Regional Medical Center Foundation and Robby Royal; Director of the Turner County EMS. 


The Donalsonville African Methodist Episcopal Church (AMEC) recently donated over $1,000.00 to the Tift Regional Medical Center (TRMC) Foundation.  The donation was made honoring the residents at the Sylvia Barr Center at Southwell Medical in Adel.  The funds will be used for special activities and events.  These activities promote occupational therapy with a fun and creative approach.  To learn more or to donate to the Tift Regional Medical Center Foundation, please call 229-391-3310.    

 Pictured (L-R)

Mandy Brooks (Director of the TRMC Foundation), Carolyn Campbell, Rev. Kenneth Cody, Sherri Bell, Freddie Cody, Cynthia Ingram, Annette C. Williams (members of Donalsonville AMEC), Jay Carmichael (COO Southwell), Amanda Ramshead (Director of Behavioral Health), Pauleena Akers (Social Services Director), Lori Goldinger (Activities Coordinator) Tiara Wiseman (Patient Care Tech)


Prince Toyota in conjunction with Toyota Motor Sales is proud to give back to the community with a $5,000 donation to the Tift Regional Medical Center Foundation.

This donation will assist projects of the TRMC Foundation, which will include quality health care for all patients within the hospital’s 12 county service area, funding of scholarships, efficient medical technology, community programs and financial aid for patient families.  These funds will also benefit the annual “Hearts & Diamonds” Gala.

Prince Toyota is a proud partner in the Tifton community and this grant has been funded for twelve consecutive years.  To learn more, please visit

Pictured (L-R)

Michael Lawrence; Prince Automotive, Mike Little; Prince Automotive, Heather Prince Stripling; Prince Automotive, John B. Prince, III; Prince Automotive, Mandy Brooks; TRMC Foundation and Heidi Prince Massey; Prince Automotive.