This system will enhance the university's ability to communicate with you effectively before, during and after emergency or critical events.
May is National Stop the Bleed Month, and in the wake of public mass shootings, Augusta University has joined the nationwide campaign.
Take a look at what's happening at Augusta University next week.
Augusta University partners with local emergency response agencies for disaster drill.
Since joining AU Health in 2008, Damron has overseen the alignment of clinical finances and administrative activities under a unified health system structure. His last day is April 15.
Augusta University is helping you stay safe when disaster strikes.
As Hurricane Michael approaches the Gulf Coast, we are monitoring forecasts closely to ensure the safety of our employees, patients and students. Communication is important. Update your information in Jag Alert. If we can’t reach you, we can’t...
Updated 2:04 p.m., Friday, Sept. 14: As Hurricane Florence slowly moves through the Carolinas, the latest forecasts show the Augusta area will not experience tropical force winds or rain as initially anticipated. However, we are still expected to...
At approximately 10:05 a.m., power was lost to the southern end of the Health Sciences Campus when an underground connection on a high voltage powerline failed. Effected buildings included the Cancer Research Center, the Interdisciplinary Research...
At its seventh annual Heroes Breakfast on June 19, the Augusta area chapter of the American Red Cross recognized members of Augusta University in three separate categories.
“It was an exercise in coordination,” said Teri Mobley. “I’m not clinical...but I was able to use my skill set to put people in the right place.”
“Anyone in the community can help," said Dr. Jean Pawl. "Not just those with specific skills."
Learn more about the Augusta University Medical Reserve Corps and how you can help in a crisis.
Practice these seven steps from FEMA before a hurricane strikes.
Emergency personnel throughout Augusta will join Augusta University’s medical center in an emergency response exercise on Friday, May 4.
Each year, the Employee Advisory Council accepts nominations for outstanding employees and teams who deserve recognition through the annual EAC Employee Awards.
The Augusta University Police Department and the Critical Event Preparedness and Response team want you to make sure you can receive emergency notifications.
Do 1 Thing and Augusta University have recently released a flyer on how to make sure you will have emergency drinking water in case of a disaster.
Winter storm advisories have been issued for many northern and western counties in Georgia, prompting closures of state offices in affected areas. The Augusta University office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response is monitoring the situation...
The ease of the program helps you to take small steps that make a big difference in an emergency.