This year, the COE recognized three care partners for their extraordinary acts of sacrifices and commitment.
In 2022, the Georgia Cancer Center is excited to welcome Unite in the Fight Against Cancer participants back to an in-person walk.
“That’s the beauty of the simulation center. We have a mannequin, and then one of us can become the hands of those participants," said Dr. Vikas Kumar.
A total of 160 flu vaccines and 100 COVID-19 booster vaccines were administered.
Through programs and events like the year-round Tobacco Cessation Program and the annual Great American Smokeout on Nov. 18, the Georgia Cancer Center is here to help tobacco...
Nurse practitioners assess patients, order and interpret tests, make diagnoses and provide treatment, including prescribing medications.
“ACPA helped us prepare for Reid’s birth. Now I share those same resources with my patients.”
The employee flu vaccination kickoff will begin at 7:30 a.m. Oct. 19 in the lobby of Professional Building I.
“I joke that I jumped on an ambulance at age 18 and have never gotten off."
Studies showed significant health disparities between certain groups of Asian-Americans and non-Asians.
Metabolic syndrome is a constellation of risk factors widely associated with inflammation and cardiovascular disease, both of which are associated with schizophrenia.
Dr. Yanbin Dong just received a $3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to perform detailed analysis of inflammatory factors and genetic changes associated with...
Smaller is better when it comes to the flexible plastic endotracheal tubes placed in the windpipe to help patients breathe, say the medical professionals who treat vocal...
Augusta University Health has partnered with Georgia Department of Public Health to increase COVID-19 testing capacity with additional testing days and hours of operation.
The Augusta University community is encouraged to participate in this year’s Paceline bicycle ride on Oct. 16. Since 2019, the Paceline organization has hosted this ride as a way...
As many communities across the nation struggle to combat COVID-19, the Athens Free Clinic – sponsored by the Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership – has...
Dr. Jennifer Detchemendy’s session was so well received that AACN turned the session into a module for continuing education where nurses can receive one contact hour.
The food cart that is currently serving grab and go meals in the lobby of the Children’s Hospital of Georgia will temporarily close while relocating to the former McDonald's space.
Dr. Laura Williamson, director of the Center for Bioethics and Health Policy at Augusta University, studies the ethical impact of mandating childhood vaccinations.
Currently, an estimated 1.4 million Georgians are 65 and older, but that number is expected to jump significantly over the next decade. Augusta University is focused on a three...