Miles remembers the assistant surgeon telling her “I won’t be the one that takes his life."
While cancer attacks the inside of a person’s body, it can also leave patients with external deformation that will follow them for the rest of their lives. This is the case for female cancer patients who undergo a mastectomy.
In partnership with the Family YMCA of Greater Augusta, patients from the Children’s Hospital of Georgia can enjoy a great camp experience just a little closer to home.
This certification signifies her advanced level of knowledge, skills and expertise.
Registration is open for American Sign Language courses at Augusta University that will begin July 17.
The weeklong event included doughnuts, contests, a raffle and a luncheon.
Individuals and teams will determine a fundraising goal, with money raised going to support patient care and cancer research projects at the Georgia Cancer Center.
Browse the gallery to see some of the winners of the 2019 May is for Miracles and their displays.
The process for approval for Craniofacial Center, one of only two in Georgia, last about six months.
Josh Cunningham has been named director of Safety and Security at Augusta University Health.
“I was really concerned,” said Scales' mother. “He’s a competitive cheerleader, a sport that he has loved. I was wondering if he could do that anymore."
JagStop at AU Medical Center has a fresh look, longer hours and offers Starbucks coffees and beverages.
Dr. Jasmine Locklin said everything that happened in July 2018 was just being in the right place at the right time.
Volunteers will work with the AU Health Concierge Blue Coat Ambassador team to help provide a safe and welcoming environment to patients, their families and guests.
“Our key priorities are to manage the health care needs of our patients and families with high quality, safety and service.”
Augusta University joined the American Hospital Association in celebrating all of those who work in hospitals and health systems during 2019 National Hospital Week.
Packed with posters, food and attendees, the inaugural Quality Improvement Symposium debuted Thursday, May 7, with a space full of members of the Augusta University Health System community.
“If something was going to make my life easier, I was all for it."
Just four tiny incisions is all it's taken to mark a milestone in robotic surgery at Augusta University Health.
Patients with two or more chronic medical issues who require more than 20 minutes of time coordinating their care every month are eligible for the new services.