A group of 35 high school and college students used part of their summer vacation at Augusta University learning what a future career in healthcare could look like.
The new campaign, Be Boundless, speaks directly to potential students and parents like never before.
Volunteer clinical faculty at the state’s public medical school were honored for their teaching efforts at the medical school’s annual Statewide Faculty Development Conference this month in Jekyll Island. The Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University has nearly 2,500 volunteer faculty who...
How many volunteers does it take to perform $1.4 million in dental services? Forty of our most dedicated.
When Curt Thompson’s son was diagnosed with a paraganglioma, a tumor from the adrenal gland tissue, he was told that, due to the rarity of his son’s condition, the family would need to travel across the country for treatment. Thompson’s family wasn’t alone. Adrenal diseases are generally uncommon...
Find out who won the May is for Miracles Contest.
Roosevelt Warm Springs Specialty and Rehabilitation Hospitals announce Nurse of the Year honorees.
Nineteen patients. Nineteen different lunch orders. One Sodexo Food Ambassador batting 1,000.
AU Health cuts ribbon at first onsite uniform store.
Had life gone according to plan, Broc Everett might not be the NCAA National Champion.
On May 21, Augusta University teamed up with the American Heart Association and the Augusta GreenJackets to educate about strokes and their symptoms.
Here are the winners of the Spring 2018 Caught in the Act of Good Teaching Award.
Augusta University conferred 1,232 degrees on Friday, including 65 to self-identified first-generation graduates.
The staff at Roosevelt Warm Springs Rehabilitation and Specialty Hospitals welcomed Dr. Matt Roosevelt, great-grandson of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, on a visit in April.
'The Eyes Have It' is an exhibition that centers on the four artists’ ability to see through culture to recognize and challenge concepts of our individual perceptions.
Jade and Chyann Hoyle have battled with cystic fibrosis for years. The Children's Hospital of Georgia has been with them every step of the way.
Each year, the Employee Advisory Council accepts nominations for outstanding employees and teams who deserve recognition through the annual EAC Employee Awards.
Noon Arts had their last concert for the academic year and we have photos.
Young men and women with Re-Creation USA, Inc., a traveling musical tour, sang and danced for residents at Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home this week.
On March 16, 210 students from the Medical College of Georgia, including 176 from Augusta and 34 from the AU/UGA Medical Partnership in Athens, received their residency appointments.