Something to be thankful for? A Thanksgiving meal in Terrace Café.
The Mamava app allows mothers to enter the suite using a keypad and PIN number provided by the app.
The Augusta University Health System Board will meet virtually from 1-3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 22.
Help shape dining services to meet your needs at AU Health.
Demolition makes way for new cardiovascular ICU.
The Augusta University Health System Board will meet by teleconference from 1-3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 27.
Local merchandise vendor Showpony has created exclusive T-shirt designs to benefit the Georgia Cancer Center and the AU Medical Center as part of their popular We Give a Shirt campaign.
Dr. Bill Lutin, a pediatric cardiologist at the Children’s Hosptial of Georgia, has been capturing the beauty of nature in photos for over 20 years and has been volunteering for almost 10 years.
Health care workers greeted the trucks, motorcycles and other vehicles as they went by Monday morning.
Former Augusta mayor Bob Young has organized a pop-up parade through the medical district to honor health care workers.
Alumni Center building removal is expected to take about eight months.
The AU Health System Board and committees will meet via teleconference June 24-25.
An Augusta University College of Nursing student is Georgia’s recipient of a new American Association of Colleges of Nursing scholarship. Natalia Herrington, who is pursuing a bachelor of science in nursing with an anticipated graduation date of...
Anne Gadia says maintaining her focus on her patients and their families is what keeps her going.
Augusta University Health welcomes two parents or support persons to accompany pediatric patients at Augusta University Medical Center and Children’s Hospital of Georgia.
Summer blood drive will take place June 11, hosted by Shepeard Community Blood Center, Ronald McDonald House and Children’s.
A closer look at JagNation's Amanda Dyer, a PACU nurse.
A closer look at JagNation's James Jones, a biomedical tech for the operating room.
A closer look at JagNation's Kathryn Mathis, a nurse leader for 5 West.
"Nursing school was the hardest thing I have ever endured, but I felt like I had found my purpose in life.”