Tag - American Heart Association

Life support training for employees moves to intranet

All staff who require current certification in Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and Pediatric Advanced Life Support should note that AU Medical Center is transitioning these classes...

Jaguar Nation's students, faculty, and staff are doing great things. Read about them

Jaguar Nation's students, faculty, and staff are doing great things. Read about them »

Ergul named Regents Professor

Dr. Adviye Ergul, a vascular physiologist and a prolific stroke researcher at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, has been named a Regents Professor by the University System of...

Heart Walk this Saturday

In 2013, nearly a third of all deaths in the United States were linked to cardiovascular disease or stroke. More than 2,200 Americans die daily from these diseases, or roughly one every 40 seconds...

Eat smart for your heart

The 2017 CSRA Heart Walk is scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday, March 11, at The Greeneway in North Augusta. For more information, to join a team, or make a donation, visit csraheartwalk.org AUGUSTA, Ga...

Classic chicken noodle soup with a twist!

Put a heart-healthy spin on your favorite homemade classic. For tips on making a healthy chicken noodle soup without sacrificing the classic taste, check out this post on the Your Health Today blog.

Yard Sale: American Heart Association benefit

A yard sale benefiting the American Heart Association is being held on Monday, Feb. 13, in the Human Resources Training Room in Annex I. The sale begins at 8:30 a.m., and organizers wish to remind...

Register now for chili cook-off

Professional Services Division is holding its third annual chili cook off benefiting the American Heart Association on Thursday, Feb. 2, from noon – 2 p.m. at the Dogwood and Magnolia Rooms of...

Signed up for the 2017 CSRA Heart Walk yet? You should

In 2013, nearly a third of all deaths in the United States were linked to cardiovascular disease or stroke. More than 2,200 Americans die daily from these diseases, or roughly one every 40 seconds...