Updates from Roosevelt Warm Springs Rehabilitation and Specialty Hospitals October board meeting

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Roosevelt Warm Springs Rehabilitation and Specialty Hospitals.

Augusta University President Brooks Keel traveled to Roosevelt Warm Springs Rehabilitation and Specialty Hospitals  on Oct. 2 along with Katrina Keefer, executive vice president for health affairs at Augusta University and chief executive officer for Augusta University Health System and Dr. Phillip Coule, vice president and chief medical officer for Augusta University Health System and associate dean for Clinical Affairs for the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, to meet with the hospital’s leadership team as part of their annual board meeting.  The board reviewed various topics pertaining to the medical facility, including quality and financial information, prospective goals and upcoming activities. The board also nominated two AU Health General Counsel members to positions, including Clark Speese as the board secretary and Madelaine Wills as assistant secretary.

Roosevelt Warm Springs Rehabilitation and Specialty Hospitals recently earned gold status membership in the Georgia Department of Public Health Honor Roll for Antibiotic Stewardship. RWSH is also one of only 16 Gold status hospitals in Georgia and the only rehabilitation or long-term acute care hospital recognized at any level.

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