"I want to emphasize the steps taken to prevent further infection risk and exposure. The two presumptive positive individuals were tested under appropriate infection control protocols and are now isolated in their homes," said Katrina Keefer, CEO of...
Augusta University Health is temporarily closing some hospital entrances and continuing to observe modified family presence to limit potential exposure and spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
An employee and the spouse of an employee are presumptively positive for COVID-19 according to initial testing performed at Augusta University Health System. The results await confirmation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The annual Planning and Resource Alignment Hearings are set to go on as scheduled from March 16-20.
On March 12, Gov. Brian Kemp’s office issued guidance regarding State Workforce Readiness for COVID-19 to reduce the number of employees on-site at any one time.
The Human Resources Division has posted an FAQ for employees to help answer employee questions related to the coronavirus.
The next town hall will be at noon Friday, March 13, in University Hall 170 on the Summerville Campus.
For broader community awareness on COVID-19 safety, questions and answers have been made available.
The Center for Instructional Innovation has developed a guide for considering ways to deliver content, communicate with students, receive assignments and conduct other essential aspects of instructional practice in the event this infectious disease...
Augusta University's campus protocols are designed to protect the entire community.
Know these four things about COVID-19.
Find information on virtual screenings and more in this patient-centered FAQ about COVID-19.
Here's what Augusta University students need to know about instruction and more during the COVID-19 outbreak.
If you are a patient care provider at Augusta University with concerns relating to COVID-19, find answers to frequently asked questions here.
In an effort to keep everyone in our community informed and safe during the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Augusta University leaders will host two town halls to answer questions and address concerns.
While the University System of Georgia (USG) will make overall decisions regarding summer programs and other travel at a later date, Augusta University and the USG have made the decision to cancel the Italy Business Study Abroad program for May 2020.
Augusta University will host the Planning and Resource Alignment Hearings as part of its integrated planning process. Major administrative divisions will share their college/school and unit achievements and challenges and present their preliminary...
In events like these, information changes quickly, and it’s important that employees, students, their parents and patients know about those changes as soon as they happen. That’s why we’ve created a web resource dedicated to news and updates about...
Dr. Phillip Coule, Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for the Augusta University Health System, explains the change of the terminology for coronavirus, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concerns and requirements and more.
Do you have questions about coronavirus as an Augusta University employee? Find answers here.