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New clinical administrators named

Two new administrative appointments will enhance the integration of medical education, research and clinical practice at Augusta University. Dr. Julian J. Nussbaum, professor and chair of the Department of Ophthalmology and co-director of the...

3Qs with Lee Ann Liska on joining the AU Health family

Lee Ann Liska, chief executive officer of the Augusta University Medical Center, sat down with the Jagwire team to discuss first impressions, leadership styles and staying on track with institutional priorities. In addition to her role as CEO of AU...

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Legal name change for clinical entities effective Sept. 1

The following communication about the legal names of the clinical entities was distributed by Lee Ann Liska, executive vice president for health affairs. Dear Colleagues, Over the past several months, a group composed of leadership from across the...

Medical Center’s new sign to be unveiled

Augusta University will continue its re-branding efforts with the formal unveiling of the Medical Center’s new sign on Tuesday, Aug. 16. Starting at 10 a.m., the sign will be uncrated and on display at the lawn on the Harper Street side of the...

Liska named CEO at Augusta University Medical Center

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Lee Ann Liska, a health care executive with more than 30 years’ experience, has been named executive vice president for health affairs and chief executive officer at Augusta University Medical Center, effective Aug. 22. In her new...

Hospital retains top stroke care status

AUGUSTA, Ga. – A stroke strikes about every 40 seconds. But new research demonstrates that people with brain bleeds are more likely to survive if they’re treated at a Comprehensive Stroke Center. Georgia Regents Medical Center – the first hospital...

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