Nurses’ competency: Will new program verify it better?
In a development that was years in the making, mandatory “continuing competency” tracking is beginning this week for Georgia’s more than 9,000 registered nurses. The new system has long been discussed and even now continues to be debated. Before the new law took effect, RN renewal was a matter of... Read more
Health care entrepreneur Martin Miller and his wife, Laura Lynn, have deep roots in Valdosta, Georgia’s southernmost major city. They grew up there and went to college at Valdosta State. They launched their business careers in Valdosta as well. Now they are giving back. The couple have given $1... Read more
The bill is more than 800 pages long. It was introduced just days before the early March “Crossover Day,” when a bill must have passed one legislative chamber to have a shot at ultimate approval. But those impediments did not diminish interest in Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s proposal to... Read more
Gov. Nathan Deal said Tuesday that his proposed budget would fund 400 new residency training slots in hospitals across the state for graduates of Georgia medical schools. Georgia taxpayers currently fund these young physicians’ education through medical school, ‘‘only to see them perform their residency outside of our state... Read more

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