Information released on health system uniform branding initiative

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The following information was distributed by Lee Ann Liska, executive vice president for health affairs for Augusta University and chief executive officer for AU Medical Center.

Our top priority at AU Health is to provide the highest level of Patient- and Family-Centered Care, satisfaction, quality and safety. Because you are the most visible and impactful contributor to a patient’s experience, you are a key player in this commitment.

As such, I am excited to announce a health system uniform branding initiative that will allow us to enhance the patient experience, focus on employee engagement, and continue celebrating our brand rollouts for Augusta University and AU Health. By standardizing uniforms for those who deliver patient care and services, it is my hope that we can foster a greater spirit of unity among employees, while creating a seamless health care experience for our patients.

Throughout all stages of this initiative, it is vital that we have your involvement and support. We are currently in the exploratory phase and are working diligently to build a team that is representative of the many areas and functions of our health system. As we proceed, we will create opportunities to ensure your participation in the uniform selection process. Please stay tuned for more information about these opportunities and this exciting project.

Your feedback is appreciated. If you have questions or comments, please click here to submit them.

Lee Ann Liska, MBA, FACHE
Executive Vice President for Health Affairs, Augusta University
Chief Executive Officer, AU Medical Center

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