Expect pedestrian detours during sidewalk closure across from hospital.
Katrina Keefer has enthusiastically taken the reins as chief executive officer of Augusta University Health System.
Were you spotted getting a Dairy Queen Blizzard for Miracle Treat Day? Take a look.
Heart failure care is top notch at Augusta University Medical Center, according to popular rankings.
Georgia Hospital Association recognizes Augusta University Health's tobacco cessation initiatives.
AUMC gets the Gold Standard stamp approval.
Listed as the fifth leading cause of death as well as a leading cause of adult disability in the U.S., working to help stroke patients is a priority.
“Please provide a warm welcome for Ms. Orial in her new position within the Augusta University family,” said Allen Kelly, assistant vice president of Perioperative Services.
This month, Bea Barnes is the featured artist for the Healing Arts Gallery Wall, showcasing her work inspired by her environment and loved ones.
Implementing American Heart Association guidelines has helped health care providers at AUMC offer the best possible care for patients and their families.
Josh Cunningham has been named director of Safety and Security at Augusta University Health.
JagStop at AU Medical Center has a fresh look, longer hours and offers Starbucks coffees and beverages.
Dr. Jasmine Locklin said everything that happened in July 2018 was just being in the right place at the right time.
Volunteers will work with the AU Health Concierge Blue Coat Ambassador team to help provide a safe and welcoming environment to patients, their families and guests.
“Our key priorities are to manage the health care needs of our patients and families with high quality, safety and service.”
Augusta University joined the American Hospital Association in celebrating all of those who work in hospitals and health systems during 2019 National Hospital Week.
Packed with posters, food and attendees, the inaugural Quality Improvement Symposium debuted Thursday, May 7, with a space full of members of the Augusta University Health System community.
Looking ahead, the Dean’s Physician Leadership Academy is hoping to offer the program more broadly to positions within the AUMC.
This week is an opportunity to thank dedicated physicians, nurses, volunteers and more for their contributions to Augusta University, the Augusta community and anyone whose lives have been impacted.