As of Nov. 30, Augusta University has performed 101,253 tests at its drive-thru sites, bringing the total at all sites to 113,739 since the first nasal swab tests were performed in March.
Karen Barton, lead EEG technologist for neurodiagnositics, said to meet the increased need for EEG technicians, the hospital started a comprehensive training program a year ago.
Cafe 209 provided a turkey dinner to faculty, staff and students for the third annual Friendsgiving as part of Values Week at Augusta University.
Dr. Douglas Taylor has been named director of Laboratory Animal Services and attending veterinarian at Augusta University.
Dr. Michael Dugan, Peter S. Knox III Distinguished Chair of Accounting in the James M. Hull College of Business, was recently honored by his alma mater, the University of New Orleans, with the 2020 Accounting Department Outstanding Alumnus Award.
The Medical Reserve Corps at Augusta University is made up of faculty, staff and students of all skill levels and talents who are ready to help when disaster strikes.
Augusta University Health and the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for AU Health Imaging and Children's Hospital of Georgia Pediatric Multispeciality clinics Nov. 4.
The new Ryan White clinic recently received donations of welcome bags for new patients and 16 pieces of artwork.
Patients at Children's Hospital of Georgia had a happy Halloween thanks to Augusta University volunteers and community donations.
Geraldine Davis doesn't think she has a story to tell. Her short breast cancer journey at Augusta University Health is a testament to early detection and regular mammograms.
A new two-year pharmacy residency at Augusta University includes an MBA from the Hull College of Business. It is the first program of its kind in Georgia.
Community gives more than $1 million across 505 gifts to Augusta University during the inaugural Augusta Gives on Oct. 20.
Neil J. MacKinnon, dean of the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy at the University of Cincinnati, has been named provost and vice president for academic affairs at August University.
The inaugural Augusta Gives at Augusta University will be held Oct. 20. On this day, alumni, friends and the community can choose to support an AU initiative they deeply care about or believe they will make an impact.
Non-health care employees at Augusta University encourage health care workers through a new pen pal program. Both those who send messages and those who receive them are encouraged by the exchange.
Barry Grosse has been named chief compliance officer and vice president for Audit, Compliance, Ethics and Risk Management at Augusta University.
Dr. Martha Terris, chair of urology at Augusta University, has been named to the American Association of Genitourinary Surgeons, a prestigious organization made up of 75 of the top urologists in the country.
As nurse navigator, JagNation's Leslie Slantis teaches children and families with endocrinology disorders how to live well despite their diagnoses.
Roosevelt Warm Springs Rehabilitation and Specialty Hospitals received $35,000 from Roosevelt Foundation to purchase PPE and cleaning supplies to protect staff, patients and visitors from coronavirus.
Christen Engel, senior associate vice president of communications, has been named interim vice president of the Division of Communications and Marketing effective Oct. 1.