Larry Carter promoted to zone maintenance manager

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Larry Carter
Larry Carter

Larry Carter is Augusta University Medical Center’s newest zone maintenance manager.

The Augusta native previously was a zone mechanic at Georgia Cancer Center. In that capacity, he handled day-to-day maintenance issues such as electrical, HVAC, and carpentry. Carter also performed routine and preventative maintenance for electrical, mechanical and infection control systems in accordance with national and AUMC standards, codes, and requirements.

Carter has worked at AUMC now for 19 years.

“I am excited to have this opportunity to further my career within this institution. I want to continue to help with the growth and success of this institution as well as be a good leader for the zone maintenance team,” Carter said.

Carter now oversees hospital and clinic maintenance needs, such as painting and carpentry repairs, the pneumatic tube system for the hospital and Georgia Cancer Center, and he supervises seven lead mechanics and six support mechanics, among other duties.

“I am committed to helping the zone maintenance team provide the best customer service possible. I want customers to be assured that when they call on our zone maintenance, their needs will be taken care of each and every time,” he said.

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Haley Hughes is the Facilities Communications Coordinator at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-729-2098 or

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