Mission: The mission of augusta health is to promote the health and well-being of our community through access to excellent care.
Programs: Augusta health care, inc. Is a 501(c)(3) organization doing business as augusta health. The organization includes a medical center with 255 licensed inpatient beds; an emergency department treating approximately 59,000 community members per year; a state of the art cancer center providing tailor-made comprehensive care including medical oncology and radiation oncology; a home health and hospice program serving patients who wish to remain at home during their treatment or final days; a wound healing clinic providing a comprehensive treatment regimen for chronic non-healing wounds; and a skilled nursing unit providing comprehensive rehabilitation for patients recovering from orthopedic surgery. The campus of augusta health is designed to provide not only hospital services but community oriented services. The campus includes the hospital proper; a major fitness center; an educational building that houses augusta health educational services, a branch of a local community college; a community building with large conference rooms available to other community organizations; and a behavioral health building for the provision of outpatient psychiatric and substance abuse services. This wide range of facilities helps to support augusta health's vision of providing the community with a full continuum of health and community services. Augusta health's net community benefit for 2014 is estimated to be $13,008,309. This benefit can be categorized as follows: charity - $ 8,472,179 community health services - 1,646,344 health professional education - 137,513 subsidized health services - 2,123,661 cash & in-kind contributions - 628,612