Tag - Radiology and Imaging

Match Day: the success is in the numbers

Today we celebrate 223 of our remarkable students as they take the next step in their careers as physicians, including 188 from our home base in Augusta and 35 from the AU/UGA Medical Partnership in...

CHOG radiology makeover featured in ACR case study

The American College of Radiology has published a case study on our pediatric radiology renovations at Children’s Hospital of Georgia. The article is available on the ACR website and includes...

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 »

Burgess appointed chair in allied health department

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Dr. James D. Burgess has been appointed chair of the Department of Medical, Laboratory, Imaging and Radiologic Sciences in the College of Allied Health Sciences at Augusta University...

Is the Damage From Smoking Reversible?

If you’re not quitting smoking because you think the damage is done, put down that cigarette. The truth is, much of the damage from smoking can be reversed — and in as little as 24 hours after...

CHOG awarded for patient-centric imaging

Augusta University Health (formerly GRHealth) has earned a Patient-Centric Imaging Award from Health Imaging magazine for its makeover of the pediatric imaging suite at the Children’s Hospital of...

Read: The outsourcing explosion

Fierce Health Finance: April 21, 2015 Hospitals turn to outside firms to provide more clinical services [Special Report] Hospital imaging often renders a disquieting financial picture. The equipment...