Augusta University Health will begin antibody testing this week to detect whether people have previously been exposed to coronavirus and developed antibodies against it.
Peach Bowl, Inc. has teamed up with Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp to provide funding that will help make COVID-19 screenings available statewide during a critical time in the mitigation of the virus.
As we approach National Hospital Week from May 10-16, we want to share the stories of Augusta University Health's front line health care workers, as well as the many other individuals who keep our hospitals and clinics running.
New ideas are vital to conquering the COVID-19 pandemic, and Augusta University has stepped up to the plate to innovate in a variety of ways.
Many residents, church and community groups in the Augusta area are sewing cloth face masks for family and friends, and some have asked to donate them to Augusta University Health. These donations are welcomed with open arms.
Businesses around the Augusta area are offering special deals for all nurses over the next week.
As some patient appointments and elective procedures resume this week, Augusta University Health is modifying visitation restrictions and implementing additional safety measures to protect patients, families and caregivers, such as requiring...
As part of its charge to lead statewide screening and testing for COVID-19, Augusta University Health has expanded testing to include asymptomatic people in Georgia counties hardest hit by the virus and all asymptomatic critical infrastructure...
TaxSlayer added to the ongoing community support of Augusta University’s efforts to battle the COVID-19 pandemic with a donation to the Emergency Response Fund.
University leaders will host a virtual town hall to provide updates on campus planning efforts for fall semester.
EVS teams for the health system and university work hard each day to maintain a safe, clean environment in our hospitals and academic and research buildings.
First responders pay tribute to health care workers during early morning shift change at AU Medical Center and Children's Hospital of Georgia.
So far, the app has been used not just for COVID-19 screenings, but also for some less serious ambulatory cases as well.
Employees can order groceries with next-day pickup through Food and Nutrition Services.
Nurses thank Matt and Lauren Crowley, a newly married couple who donated the catering from Belly's BBQ that they would have had for their large wedding, which became a small ceremony due to COVID-19.
Augusta University’s innovative efforts to battle the COVID-19 pandemic received additional support today with a donation from Bank of America.
In a salute to AU Health employees battling COVID-19, fire engines will light up Harper Street around daybreak April 28.
The AUHS Board will meet via telephone Thursday, April 23.
Augusta University will lead the expansion of coronavirus testing in Georgia, coordinating specimen collection at nearly 40 sites statewide.
Dr. Phillip Coule explains the symptoms of COVID-19.