The Center for Strategic Initiatives (CSI) advances the College of Nursing (CON) mission by providing support services for all employees.

The CSI team coordinates:

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Nurse-Managed Health Center

One of the newest additions to AU’s world-class academic healthcare system is the College of Nursing’s Nurse-Managed Health Center which offers community-based primary healthcare services in collaboration with physicians. The Nurse-Managed Health Center provides convenient primary and specialty care services with same-day appointments, telehealth services, chronic care management, annual wellness exams, sports physicals, and more. The nurse practitioner led clinic offers cohesive and seamless collaboration with the AU Health System.

Patients visiting the clinic can take advantage of the dedicated parking. The clinic accepts walk-in appointments, and their flexible insurance and payment options include Medicare, Medicaid, Augusta University Health System’s (UMR) insurance, as well as credit cards, checks, and cash.

The NMHC is on the first floor of the Health Sciences building located at 987 St. Sebastian Way Suite 1500, Augusta, GA 30912.

You can call 706.721.1225 to schedule an appointment.

East Central Regional Hospital

A partnership of the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD), Augusta University College of Nursing (CON), MCG Department of Psychiatry and Health Behavior, and East Central Regional Hospital (ECRH).

East Central Regional Hospital (ECRH)has two campuses:

  • Augusta: 187 bed facility for mental health and forensic services
  • Gracewood: 163 bed intermediate care for people with developmental disabilities with an additional 40 bed skilled nursing facility

CON recruits and manages nursing staff which include Nurse Executives, Nurse Educators, Managers and Supervisors, Staff RNs and LPNs, and Patient Care Technicians.

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Augusta University Nursing Associates, Inc.

The purposes of the Nursing Faculty Practice Plan are to:

  • Further the service, education, and research missions of the university, a component of the University System of Georgia governed by the Board of Regents
  • To enable faculty to maintain clinical competence, fulfill certification requirements and share expertise with other health care providers; and,
  • To provide additional revenue streams for the College of Nursing and salary supplementation for the faculty members. Integration of clinical practice, education and research through faculty practice promotes high quality, cost effective health care and increases access to care.

The Plan may also engage in charitable activities to benefit the AU College of Nursing in line with the appropriate Internal Revenue Code for charitable organizations. Clinical placement and education of students is also optimized through faculty practice. Faculty practice opportunities are helpful for the recruitment and retention of top quality faculty.

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