More than half of Georgia’s 159 counties do not have adequate primary care services to meet community needs.
The College of Nursing’s Nurse-Managed Health Center, located on the first floor of the Health Sciences building, is playing a critical role in the Augusta University Health response to the COVID-19 crisis.
“Being a part of AU Health’s Cerner network allows us to offer patients unparalleled continuity of care,” according to Dr. Janis Coffin.
Augusta University’s College of Nursing cut the ribbon on its new nurse-managed health center on April 26.
The center will serve residents of Augusta's River Region who need timely primary care services for the management of episodic and chronic conditions.
Dr. J. Dwayne Hooks Jr. will be the new assistant dean for community partnerships at Augusta University’s College of Nursing. Hooks comes to Augusta from Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia where he has worked since 2014. During his time...