Tag - Surgery

Ribbon cut on new hybrid operating room

The ribbon was cut on Augusta University Medical Center’s new hybrid operating room on Friday, and operations will begin this week. The surgical theatre is equipped with advanced medical imaging...

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 »

Raft Debate set for April 14

The fate of a cardiologist, a surgeon and a pediatrician is in the hands of students at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. All three are aboard a sinking ship, and their only...

Donor Sabbath in photos

  National Donor Sabbath, observed annually two weekends before Thanksgiving, brings together the donation, transplantation and faith communities to give thanks for the lifesaving gifts of...

Pro golfer chooses Augusta University Health

A recent column in The Augusta Chronicle featured Augusta native and golfer Charles Howell, who recently chose to return to Augusta to have surgery to remove a non-cancerous mass in his neck at...

Klaassen is 2016 Resident of the Year

It took just four days to change Zach Klaassen’s life forever. As a fourth-year medical student at St. George’s University Medical School in Grenada, Klaassen was 99 percent positive he was headed...

Raft Debate 2016 in photos

Representatives from medicine, pediatrics and surgery tried to sway Medical College of Georgia students during the 14th annual Raft Debate Friday, April 15, by debating which specialty is most...

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...

Rare, painful tumor was dissolving woman’s bones

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Valerie Miller may have just turned 50, but her bones would tell a very different story. “I would cough or sneeze the wrong way and have broken ribs,” said the Hephzibah woman...