One of Augusta University Medical Center's own will be performing at 7 p.m. Sept. 23 as part of Brave Hearts for Broadway.
“Most falls can be prevented, if they just know how to do it."
"We were able to provide testing to a significant number of Georgians that wouldn’t have had it otherwise.”
Beginning Thursday, Oct. 1, departments across the university system will have the opportunity to participate in the third annual Month of Miracles (previously referred to as May is for Miracles).
Participating hospitals included Aiken Regional Medical Center, Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home, and the Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center.
Dr. Natasha Savage, residency program director in the Department of Pathology at the Medical College of Georgia, has been named the department’s vice chair for academic affairs.
Vance Courtney’s malady was so rare that doctors at AU Health said many orthopedic surgeons might go their whole careers without seeing a patient with it.
Demolition makes way for new cardiovascular ICU.
Hard-hit Dougherty County, with about 98,000 residents, has seen over 3,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 180 deaths since March.
Take a closer look at JagNation's data guru Angela Allen.
Fat Man’s formed an assembly line with their employees, as hundreds of lunches would go out every day to Augusta University Health and frontline workers around the area.
“The nerves are regrowing, adapting and changing, which leads to improvement in muscle function ... we have seen quite dramatic changes in people's nerve function after this treatment," said Dr. Satish Rao.
Augusta University Health has once again been named a national top performer for its dedication and commitment to LGBTQ equality in patient care.
The Augusta University Health System Board will meet by teleconference from 1-3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 27.
In this new role, Elam will provide medical oversight as the physician leader of Roosevelt Warm Springs Rehabilitation and Specialty Hospitals.
View a slideshow of Augusta University health care workers battling COVID-19 on the front lines.
"The staff at AU Health are strong and working together tirelessly to care for our community through the pandemic."
Yolanda Coar has been remembered both on the national stage and at home in Augusta this week.
Dr. Phillip Coule, vice president and chief medical officer of Augusta University Health, will be discussing the health system’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic with America’s News HQ on Fox News this Saturday.
Staff at Augusta University can volunteer to support health care workers on the front lines by sending encouraging emails and letters through the new Paw Pals program.