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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...

This nursing “power couple” lives to give

She’s a staff nurse at Augusta University Medical Center. He’s a current CNL student in the College of Nursing. Together, Nathan and Elisa Jenks are two of the most selfless people to ever join #JaguarNation. Watch to find out what drew them to nursing, and to each other.

Students offer health screenings for farmworkers

Every summer, students at Augusta University offer free personalized and preventative health screenings, education and services to farmworkers in rural South Carolina. In 12 years, they’ve provided more than 3,000 screenings. It’s part of a long history of service, said Dr. Lucy Marion, dean of...

Student selected as inaugural scholarship recipient

An Augusta University respiratory therapy student was selected as the inaugural recipient of the Layman Family Allied Health Endowed Scholarship. The scholarship, established by Debbie Layman (BSN, 1978), was created to recognize the College of Allied Health Sciences and its students for their...

Free clinic provides screenings for female farmworkers

Media advisory for Friday, Oct. 28 WHAT: Students at Augusta University will provide examinations, health screenings and bilingual information for patients at a free health clinic for female farmworkers. WHEN: 7:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 28, in the interdisciplinary clinic of the Health Sciences...

Costa Layman Health Fair celebrates decade of service

Ten years ago, Costa Layman Farms and the Georgia Regents University College of Nursing took a bold and important step into the field of personalized, preventive health care when they partnered to offer a health fair for workers at the South Carolina plant nursery. At times the task proved daunting...

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