Author - Sara Carney

Sara Carney is Communications Specialist in the College of Nursing at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-4094 or scarney@augusta.edu.

Students and faculty offer health screenings for farmworkers

Every summer, the Augusta University College of Nursing hosts an interdisciplinary student-run health fair providing free personalized and preventative health screenings, education and services to farmworkers in rural South Carolina. This outreach program brings together teams of expert health care...

College of Nursing Celebrates 75 Years at Gala

On March 3, the Augusta University College of Nursing held its 75th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Gala, the highlight of the college’s yearlong celebration. The gala recognized the college’s history and longstanding service to the community while continuing its legacy by raising funds for student...

Forum to discuss health care access in the greater Augusta area

The Greater Augusta Healthcare Network (GAHN), one of the six signature programs of the Augusta University College of Nursing, is set to hold its annual community health forum to discuss health care access in the Greater Augusta area. Anyone interested in health care issues in the Augusta region is...

In one week, Nursing faculty win $3.2 million in grants

Contributed by Sara Carney Over the course of five days, the College of Nursing at Augusta University learned that four of its faculty members received grants from the Health Resources and Services Administration—a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that works to expand...

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