Pay at Memorial Health seemed a little low to me as an experienced ED RN just working casually. The ED is pretty much brand new, just a year old. It's always crazy busy, but I really liked my coworkers. It has its own dedicated psych pod, which is nice. It's the only trauma center in the area, so everything ends up there, including transfers from a lot of surrounding counties.
There is currently a "merger" in the works with Novant out of NC, so there may be some potential shake-ups in the future.
Savannah also has St. Joseph's/Candler, which is two different hospitals that merged to one system. Candler is pretty close to Memorial, and St. Joe's is on the southside of Savannah. As an ED RN I also worked for SJ/C casually, floating between the two EDs. They were very different! St. Joseph's is known for cardiac, so we got a lot of potential STEMIs there. SJ/C is not a trauma center, but I still found those EDs challenging. SJ/C paid a little better and was a tiny bit less chaotic, but still had fairly high acuity (just more medical than trauma).
Memorial uses Epic, SJ/C uses Meditech, if you care about that thing.
I enjoyed my coworkers in all the EDs — great teamwork, no complaints there. I also love Savannah! We just moved, and I miss it.