Corvias To Build ACOM Student Housing.
Corvias Campus Living is constructing student apartments on the campus of the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine. Corvias approached college officials with a student housing solution which included construction and management of the rental units.
Corvias is a privately-owned, vertically-integrated real estate solutions company. Phase one of the project consists of three 30,864-square-foot residential apartment buildings, 117 bedrooms and a 3,000-square-foot clubhouse along with many outdoor amenities.
Corvias has a local office in Dothan and it has been responsible for Army housing at Fort Rucker since April 2006. Nearly $156 million has been spent on construction and development with 96 percent going to local and small businesses in the Wiregrass.
The on-campus apartments will open in July 2013 for the incoming class of 150 students. Students will be able to choose from one and two-bedroom floor plans, each with a private bathroom and fully-equipped kitchen. The units will feature modern and convenient amenities, including wireless internet and private study areas, and will be energy efficient.
"The development and management of student housing will add value to our campus life," said Ronald S. Owen, ACOM President. "Corvias approached ACOM about building and managing an on campus housing community offered for our medical students' unique needs."
Students living on-campus will enjoy access to a new clubhouse designed with a state-of-the-art fitness and cardio facility, as well as an open communal kitchen. In addition, there will be private, collaborative spaces available for students to study or socialize. Students will also benefit from the outside common areas where featured amenities include a swimming pool, basketball court, communal garden, and a playground.
"We are enthused and honored to have been selected for our first student housing partnership by ACOM's leadership," said Kurt Ehlers, Managing Director of Corvias Campus Living. "By doing what we do best – delivering the highest quality solutions to unique housing challenges, the college will be able to focus on its mission of offering the highest quality academic programs for its students for decades to come."
TeleStroke News Conference
SAMC is holding a press conference to announce its regional Stroke Care Network on Tuesday, May 7 at 11:30 a.m. in the seventh floor conference room of the Doctors Building. No hospital is more committed to delivering superior stroke care than SAMC – with 4 neurosurgeons, 24/7 on staff neurologists, 24/7 teleneurology, SAMC has the experience needed to provide better care for stroke patients in the Wiregrass.
Climbing the Ladder
Nurses climb clinical ladder
Twelve nurses recently completed SAMC's clinical ladder program. The Professional Advancement in Clinical Excellence (PACE) program is an annual development program available to all bedside nurses.
The program objectives are:
- Offer professional growth and increased satisfaction for the nurse
- Recognize and reward clinical expertise and excellence
- Recruit and retain highly skilled nurses
- Improve patient outcomes
Those completing the program, and the level achieved, include: (front row, from left) Charlotte Carter, 6E, Level 2; Kysha Howard, 7E, Level 2; Lana Moseley, 6E, Level 3; (second row) Debora Guice, 6E, Level 2; Stefanie Kincey, 7E, Level 1; Betty Lee, 6E, Level 2; Cynthia Hinson, 3C, Level 2; Mitzi Trawick, Family Birth, Level 1; (back row) Michelle Summerlin, 6E, Level 2; and Cathy Vance, 3C, Level 2.
Not pictured are Jenifer Schneider, 7E, Level 1, and Lou Worley, 6E, Level 2.
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