The award was for "our health care providers, researchers, volunteers, pastoral care team, members of our facilities team, and countless others" who have helped throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Augusta University Health's hospital staff has grown closer but also accumulated grief and stress. To provide a respite, mental health pods have been created.
“Keeping them connected to family is one thing we’re working on."
The Rev. William Jeffrey Flowers, director of Pastoral Care at Augusta University Health, has been named a 2017 Hospital Hero by the Georgia Hospital Association.
The Augusta University Human Resources division and its Employee Advisory Council presented the annual Employee Awards Program on April 13 at Education Commons.
National Donor Sabbath, observed annually two weekends before Thanksgiving, brings together the donation, transplantation and faith communities to give thanks for the lifesaving gifts of organ, eye and tissue donors. At Augusta University...
The daily demands of ministry, family and career can make it difficult for clergy to attend to their health. But with Clergy Appreciation Day occurring Oct. 9, Augusta University’s Pastoral Care Director Jeffrey Flowers says this is a perfect...