“I was thrilled that they had a device that can be used with a micro-preemie.”
August is National Breastfeeding Month and Augusta University Health has an expert ready to share the benefits of breastfeeding.
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.
“My son didn’t have a choice to lose his hair, so I told them to take it all off."
It’s the proportionately of a newborn — a measure that includes both birthweight and length — that may best tell doctors whether a child is born with an increased risk for heart problems later in life, investigators report.
Casey, the newest facility dog, celebrated her second birthday in photos.
Show your Jaguar pride by giving in the #IGIVEAugusta campaign for Augusta University.
"This was a one-in-a-million chance."
Patients and families had the chance to thank the team of doctors for the impact they've made in their lives.
Support the Children's Hospital of Georgia with a Dairy Queen Blizzard on Miracle Treat Day.
“The work and dedication of the entire team is what has allowed us to achieve this validation of excellence in the management of critically injured adult and pediatric patients.”
Over the past seven years, 13-year-old Gracey Chafin has raised enough money to purchase more than 300 Radio Flyer Wagons and 50,000 toys for the Children's Hospital of Georgia. Her efforts will be featured on The TODAY Show on July 19.
Katrina Keefer has been named chief executive officer for AU Health effective July 15.
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.
SmokeShow Southern Style BBQ food truck is returning to the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus to offer additional dining options.
The Children's Hospital of Georgia has been nominated for the "Most Beautiful Hospital in the USA."
After seeing the high rate of child abuse in local counties, one Augusta University assistant professor and a team at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia are determined to help prevent children from being abused throughout the Augusta area.
Two-time Super Bowl winner Hines Ward visited the Children's Hospital of Georgia on June 6 and met with several patients.
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.