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Nursing leader at Piedmont Augusta named to Healthcare Workforce Commission



Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has announced the 15 individuals to serve on the Healthcare Workforce Commission, including the chief nursing officer at Piedmont Augusta.

Kemp created the commission by executive order on April 21. He announced the members on June 24.

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  1. Governor Kemp made an excellent choice. Janee Dock is a strong and knowledgeable Nurse and Administrator. Her Mom is pretty awesome as well. We have a daughter-in-law that is a Nurse in SC. We just got back from a visit. As stated, this is a Nationwide problem. Our daughter-in-law’s facility is understaffed every day. They too, have no techs, anymore. Nurses are having to do pretty much everything. The Technical Schools could very well be initial savior, but there will definitely need to be another “pipeline” put into place. We ALL need for them to be successful in their quest.

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