“The main thing is awareness. A lot of people don’t know what MS is; I didn’t either until I got it.”
Augusta University Health goes futuristic to kill germs in the hospital.
Chamber town hall event will give members the opportunity to chat with new health system CEO Katrina Keefer.
AU Health is the only medical care provider in the Augusta area to receive four awards.
Augusta University Health is now offering a course for medical interpreter training.
“She’s strong, she’s fighting and she’s thriving. I couldn’t ask for more right now," Ronnell Barton says of his daughter's time at Children's after the hurricane evacuation.
"It takes a village to deliver complete care of the patient," said Dr. Tania Arora, a fellowship-trained surgeon equipped with skills to remove many different forms of cancer from...
After the procedure, Beau Gedrick has a new zest for life and finds himself more energetic than ever.
The Center for Patients and Families works to improve patient experiences with two new initiatives at Augusta University.
“The care we received and how quickly we got in for our surgery, it blew my mind."
From 2010 to 2017, the number of opioid-involved overdose deaths in Georgia increased by 145%, from 426 to 1,043 deaths.
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“It was about eight months altogether before it actually happened,” she said. “They tell you before you’re wheeled into surgery that something can call it off.”
Augusta University Health System Board meeting set for Aug. 22.
A select group of Augusta University employees will receive an email notification asking them to complete the Community Health Needs Assessment Survey.
The time is now to build your team in the fight against cancer as the Georgia Cancer Center teams up with patients, their families and friends for the 2019 Unite in the Fight...
Katrina Keefer has enthusiastically taken the reins as chief executive officer of Augusta University Health System.
Pharmacy Practice Management names new director.
“I was thrilled that they had a device that can be used with a micro-preemie.”
Middle school student, Gracey Chafin, whose generosity was recently featured on The Today Show, will deliver 20 new wagons to the Children's Hospital of Georgia on Aug. 1.