AU Health was previously recertified in 2015 and 2017.
“Without working with her, I don’t know if Ally would have a diagnosis to be quite honest.”
The children got to witness some cheers for the Bulldogs and Gamecocks.
“When we have an emergency and have to work together as a team, it’s fantastic.”
Georgia War continues to be distinguished among the best in its class year after year for providing some of the best care for the country’s veterans.
Only 161 scholars (at most) a year are chosen, and Senthil was overjoyed to become a Presidential Scholar back in May.
Dr. Joseph Hobbs’ 70-person team will take part in the training.
Bird became interested in funding childhood cancer research as it only represents a small fraction of the funds raised to fight cancer. She has a personal reason to do so as well.
“For almost one solid year, I suffered where the reflux was so bad that it would come up and literally coat my vocal cords, and I could not sing above middle C."
“The main thing is awareness. A lot of people don’t know what MS is; I didn’t either until I got it.”
AU Health is the only medical care provider in the Augusta area to receive four awards.
“She’s strong, she’s fighting and she’s thriving. I couldn’t ask for more right now," Ronnell Barton says of his daughter's time at Children's after the hurricane evacuation.
After the procedure, Beau Gedrick has a new zest for life and finds himself more energetic than ever.
“The care we received and how quickly we got in for our surgery, it blew my mind."
From 2010 to 2017, the number of opioid-involved overdose deaths in Georgia increased by 145%, from 426 to 1,043 deaths.
Matthews will help you think about what your dream job might be and put a plan in place to either find that job or create it.
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“It was about eight months altogether before it actually happened,” she said. “They tell you before you’re wheeled into surgery that something can call it off.”
See a gallery of the Augusta University IGIVE campaign kick-off.
As a dentist, Shahoumi has an interest in oral cancers, which inspired her to do this research. She hopes this research could lead to designing a drug that could target specific cancer cells.