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.
An anesthesiologist from Taiwan created an aerosol box and published the specifications that faculty from AU produced in collaboration with a local engineer.
Thanks to the AU staff, Barb Card is still on track to graduate in May.
"This pandemic is an uphill battle and we are going to need to do everything we can to ensure that our health care workers have the supplies and encouragement they need to fight this thing."
The college is looking to help patients in need while also trying to conserve necessary PPE supplies that are in high demand.
“These efforts (and others) remind us that we gather a medical school faculty together every year to teach our students to become the best doctors that they can be — for their patients and for society at large," said Dr. D. Douglas Miller.
The community is encouraged to share messages and use the hashtag #OurAUHeroes to spread the love to the people working hard during the COVID-19 outbreak.
“As far as us and Student Affairs, this is the heart of what we do ... We’re not going to stop engaging just because they’re not here.”
With the increasing risks associated with the widespread coronavirus (COVID-19), Augusta University is postponing Alumni Weekend 2020, originally scheduled for April 24-26.
Dental student online only instruction may commence as early as March 23.
Men's team is coming off a win in South Carolina while the women's team is looking to build off season-best second-place finish.
In addition to a free pancakes, guests who visit that day will have the chance to win free pancakes for life and other prizes. In 2019, IHOP, its franchisees and guests raised $4 million for charity partners.
Kennedi Manning is making a name for herself in the Peach Belt Conference on the same court her father helped christen decades ago.
Dental students, dental hygiene students, faculty and staff teamed up to deliver free dental care, with the value of the care equated to almost $36,000 in services.
The fifth annual David H. Pashley Learn-and-Lunch lecture will be presented by Thomas R. McDonald, DMD.