Sodexo asks health system employees to take dining survey

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Employees of Augusta University Medical Center and Children's Hospital of Georgia are asked to take a brief survey to provide feedback on dining services at AU Health.

Sodexo, the food services partner for Augusta University and Augusta University Health System, is launching a brief survey for health system employees about café services and menu options.

The professionals with Sodexo want your feedback about what dining options you use on the Health Sciences Campus and how satisfied you are with these services. They will use your feedback to continue modifying food services to best meet your needs.

AU Medical Center and Children’s Hospital of Georgia employees are asked to complete the survey regardless of how frequently they use the onsite cafés. Your response is  important, and the survey should only take about 5-10 minutes to complete, said Lavone Cook, director of Food and Nutrition Services.

You are asked to respond by Oct. 14. As a bonus for participating, one lucky survey participant will be selected at random to win a Kindle Fire tablet. The winner will be announced in Jagwire in November.

You may take the survey here or look for the link from AU Health in your email inbox .

If you have any questions about the survey, please call Cook at 706-721-2588.

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