As the medical professionals at Augusta University Health continue to combat COVID-19, they also want to encourage you to stay home and shelter in place to help stop the spread.
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Donations have been a big help to #OurAUHeroes in the fight against COVID-19.
Augusta University has established an Emergency Response Fund with a goal of raising $10 million to meet the current and rapidly emerging needs.
Augusta University will distribute the cards to the health care heroes on the front line of the COVID-19 fight.
We sincerely thank everyone who has reached out for their spirit of generosity and caring.
Children’s was the first hospital in the nation to use this system, designed to detect sick children before they have a respiratory or cardiac arrest.
Augusta University leaders will host a virtual town hall at 3 p.m. Friday, March 27.
After speaking with his superior, Jack Trude gathered up hundreds of masks and other supplies and brought them down to the hospital.
AU Health is fortunate to have some of the world’s experts in this type of testing.
On Saturday, March 14, you can get a personalized pizza from Your Pie for only $3.14. A portion of those proceeds will also benefit the Children’s Hospital of Georgia, part of the Children’s Miracle Network.
Students and staff at Augusta University are encouraged to take part in the Richmond County blood drive on Thursday, March 19.
The American Heart Association puts on the event every year to raise funds to prevent heart disease and stroke.
Dr. Goza’s visit coincides with Advocacy Week for pediatric residents, highlighting the many ways Children’s Hospital of Georgia advocates for children’s health.
“Quindrecus didn’t act nervous at all,” Lucas said. “It was a very big deal but it didn’t faze him at all."
Despite the cold weather, spirits were high at the marathon and friends and family celebrated with the runners after they crossed the finish line.
"It really was a miracle."
"It requires everyone to be involved, from the front desk to the physicians."
New faculty member feels fortunate the emergency department had a pulmonary embolism response team waiting.
“Early development of obesity in childhood is a statistically significant risk factor for future obesity in adulthood,” particularly for severely obese children, as reported in the New England Journal of Medicine.