“If I'm able to successfully translate that 15 years of experience into something substantive to them that they can take hold and process for themselves and then use, that's really what I want to focus on."
Augusta University's Healthy Grandparents Program distributed 150 backpacks for school-age grandchildren on Aug. 1.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Augusta University Health's hospital staff has grown closer but also accumulated grief and stress. To provide a respite, mental health pods have been created.
Augusta University’s Sickle Cell Transition Program was recently awarded $50,000 from Global Blood Therapeutics, Inc., through the company’s 2020 Access to Excellent Care for Sickle Cell Patients (ACCEL) grant program.
“We feel as future physicians, it is our duty to help out in any way that we can."
“If I win the contest, I plan to use the winnings to fund my mentoring foundation, Worth the Hooplah," said McCloud, who is competing in a national fitness competition.
Dr. Wanda Jirau-Rosaly and the Geriatric Medicine team at AU Health offered a belated 100th birthday celebration for a very special patient.
"If you have been fortunate, what you're really doing is fulfilling a calling rather than pursuing a career. And that's what happened to me."
All of the coaches have been working individually and collectively to evaluate their programs after the spring sports season was canceled.
Diabetic retinopathy is a major neurovascular complication of diabetes that affects 7.7 million working-age adults in the United States.
More than 1,000 cadets nationwide participated in Friday's online ceremony.
Devonte' Thomas didn't quit pursing his college degree while he was playing basketball overseas.
Nursing students will be working remotely with the farms toward a needs assessment/health care focused project for farmworkers.
The event will have bins available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, June 1 through Saturday, June 6 at Wild Birds Unlimited.
Anne Gadia says maintaining her focus on her patients and their families is what keeps her going.
"I am going to make it a priority to make sure that the world knows how awesome RTs are and the role they play in health care.”
Wesley and Will Hamilton have been inspired by their father's educational pursuits.
"Nursing school was the hardest thing I have ever endured, but I felt like I had found my purpose in life.”
AU Health registered nurse volunteered to help at three local sites and is now in Atlanta in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rehab staff have been attending webinars and reading professional literature to develop the best course of action for participating in the treatment of local COVID-19 patients.