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Augusta Health employs some of the finest health care professionals in Virginia. We are a site for clinical education and offer many health programs, helping to support education at all levels
Our Nursing Residency Program is designed for the new graduate nurse. This program allows a nurse to develop clinical knowledge and skills within a specialty area that is desired. If you are an outside candidate, you will first spend adequate time in general hospital orientation on the unit. You will continue for an adequate length of time at the discretion of your clinical coordinator. Visit the RN Residency page for more information.
We are a clinical site for the following schools:
- Eastern Mennonite University, BSN Program
- James Madison University, BSN Program
- University of Virginia, BSN Program
- Piedmont Community College, ADN Program
- Blue Ridge Community College, ADN Program
- Valley Vocational Technical Center, LPN Program
Augusta Health is an official clinical site for the Radiologic Technologist Program at RMH. Students can get an Associates Degree through Blue Ridge Community College as well for their two-year study program. They will take most if not all of their didactic classroom course at RMH and split their clinical rotations between RMH and Augusta Health. This is a two year program. The Director is Mr. Jon Lough (540) 433-4532. This program is an accredited program by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. Students take course work in Anatomy and Physiology, X-ray Physics, Radiation Safety, and other related classes. Upon successful completion, students sit for the Registry Exam in order to become certified Radiologic Technologists.
Our Recreation Therapy Department is the clinical rotation site affiliated with many universities. We work with other Universities as requested.
Schools that we currently work with are:
- Radford University
- James Madison University
- Longwood College
- Old Dominion University
- Virginia Commonwealth University
The Occupational Therapy Department has affiliations with the following schools:
- James Madison University
- Medical College of Virginia
- Shenandoah University and College of Health Sciences
We accept students from colleges for either one week observation based experience or a 3 month intensive experience where by the end the student is expected to be able to maintain a caseload of patients as an entry level therapist.
The School of Clinical Laboratory Science is a 12-month clinical program, which is divided into a lecture/student laboratory phase, which emphasizes the pathophysiology of disease. Visit the Clinical Laboratory Science page for details.
Augusta Health accepts students throughout the year from area high schools for mentorship programs. You can apply for this program through your school guidance department.
We have Mentorship Programs in the following areas:
- Physical Therapy
- Recreational Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Marketing / Public Relations
- Laboratory Sciences
Other healthcare departments may be available upon request.