Augusta University Medical Center recognized for its efforts in promoting organ and tissue donation.
Learn how you can reserve your seat for the annual Patient-and Family-Centered Care Conference.
Two members of Augusta University Health's General Counsel have been named to the Roosevelt Warm Springs Rehabilitation and Speciality Hospitals Board.
Augusta University is hosting a walk to remember the victims and survivors of abuse.
Learn how a second opinion at August University Health brought a man from a hospice care diagnosis to improved quality of life.
Experts at Augusta University Health are clearing the air about the deadly risks of vaping.
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Employees receive flu shots to protect themselves and patients.
Want to give back to Augusta University? Don't miss the newest IGIVE campaign dates.
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Enjoy a cup of coffee while chatting with law enforcement at Coffee with a Cop.
Beginning Oct. 5 and each Saturday in the month of October, women can schedule a routine mammogram at the Breast Health Center between the hours of 8 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Augusta University Health ranks among the top in the nation for protecting health information.
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Augusta was named among the top 50 best universities in America and third in the southeast for being a “Best Bang for Your Buck” college, making the university a top institution for students to obtain marketable degrees at affordable prices.
In an effort to assist these families in meaningful ways, consider being an AU Health Pantry Partner by donating non-perishable food items, paper items or personal hygiene products.
Next week at Augusta University, departments are expanding their efforts to offer students more resources to address their mental health needs and the institution holds Constitution Day to celebrate the anniversary of women’s suffrage.
Augusta University Health goes futuristic to kill germs in the hospital.
Augusta University Health is now offering a course for medical interpreter training.
ALS treatment can cost the patient hundreds of thousands of dollars, and many of the therapies and special equipment needs are not covered by health insurance.