Timothy Gaillard has been named the medical center's new chief operating officer.
From free health screenings to live entertainment. Don't miss this year's Health and Wellness Fair.
Explore the latest research in the fight to cure neurodegenerative disorders at the 2019 Brain Health Symposium.
South Carolina woman is can breathe easier thanks to a new procedure.
Join AU Health in celebrating organ donors, recipients and their loved ones for Donate Life Month.
Learn how slavery impacted today's gynecological practices.
Enjoy a stack of IHOP pancakes to support CHOG.
Lace up your sneakers and sign up today for the 2019 CSRA Heart Walk.
New documentary highlights racial integration in Augusta's public schools.
Augusta University will host Bridging the Gap medical interpreters training from March 25 through March 29. Workshops include a rigorous curriculum covering an array of topics, including cultural competency, the guide to common medications and...
In honor of Black History Month, Augusta University salutes Dr. Bobbilynn Hawkins.
Augusta University is helping you stay safe when disaster strikes.
Heart failure affects millions, but early detection can save lives. Visit AU Health's Heart Failure Information Expo on Feb. 13.
Despite his quiet demeanor, Wingate evidenced a passion for social justice that caught the attention of John Hayes, associate professor of history. Hayes says Wingate is a student who not only excels academically, but is filled with potential to...
Augusta University will host two career expos in February, one for jobs in education and one for general employment,.
The week-long celebration takes place Feb. 18-23 and includes both on-and off-campus activities.
The annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration hosted by Augusta University, Paine College and Augusta Technical College to feature motivational speaker and actor Monti Washington.
Augusta University is making the ride between campuses a little easier with JAGRIDE, a new bike-sharing system.
Learn how AU Health is keeping young athletes safe on and off the field.
Santa will visit young patients at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia who are unable to be home to celebrate the holidays.