Health care workers greeted the trucks, motorcycles and other vehicles as they went by Monday morning.
Participants will learn about the components of what makes a successful grant and will take part in mock grant reviews.
If antibodies are found in a person, it means they once had the COVID-19 and have since recovered — information that could be used to help others newly infected.
Kemp took a tour of the site and said he was impressed with what he saw.
Medical professionals and other staffers at the hospital were given 300 boxed meals by Honey Baked Ham.
See a slideshow with the latest food donations to AU Health frontline workers.
This insight into a patient’s home can make it easier to teach them how to read food labels or to visualize how big a serving size might be for various foods.
“Keeping them connected to family is one thing we’re working on."
Now, the theory is that those who have recovered from COVID-19 can help those who still have it.
Each department should send one designee to pick up for their entire staff.
Those were among the highlights of the donations received this past week as Augusta University Health continues the fight against COVID-19.
Augusta University Health is conducting testing near Greenbriar Mall in Atlanta.
“It was better than anything we could have done at home."
Businesses around the Augusta area are offering special deals for all nurses over the next week.
Click through the slideshow to see the various food donations made to Augusta University Health this past week.
Here is a look at just some of what’s available to the university community.
So far, the app has been used not just for COVID-19 screenings, but also for some less serious ambulatory cases as well.
Nurses thank Matt and Lauren Crowley, a newly married couple who donated the catering from Belly's BBQ that they would have had for their large wedding, which became a small ceremony due to COVID-19.
"We are effectively running two full-service separate emergency departments. We can prevent low-risk patients from coming into contact with high-risk patients.”
As the health care professionals at Augusta University Health continue to treat patients affected by COVID-19, a number of businesses and restaurants have donated food so they can enjoy a good meal.An ongoing list of donors can be found here.