Gov. Brian Kemp recognized Augusta University's leadership in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic during his annual State of the State address on Jan. 14.
As of Nov. 30, Augusta University has performed 101,253 tests at its drive-thru sites, bringing the total at all sites to 113,739 since the first nasal swab tests were performed in March.
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, shared a message to the university community ahead of the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
The tour encouraged Georgians to follow the guidance of public health officials to stop the spread of COVID-19 ahead of the Fourth of July weekend.
The rate of COVID-19 infection in one of Georgia’s fastest-growing counties may be significantly lower than some other areas of the country, according to an antibody testing study by researchers at the Medical College of Georgia and Augusta...
Whether it is efforts to expand coronavirus screening and testing across the state by teaming up with Georgia National Guard and the Georgia Department of Public Health or becoming one of the first hospitals in the state to do convalescent plasma...
Kemp took a tour of the site and said he was impressed with what he saw.
Sharecare announced a strategic partnership with Augusta University and Augusta University Health to support Gov. Brian Kemp’s efforts to better inform Georgians about the COVID-19 pandemic while bolstering testing across the state.
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.
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.
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, will take part in Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's briefing on COVID-19 at 4 p.m. Thursday, May 7.
Many medical experts say COVID-19 testing is the key to everyone soon returning to their normal lives. When residents and faculty from The Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University learned of the growing shortage of nasal swabs, they turned to...
Augusta University will lead the expansion of coronavirus testing in Georgia, coordinating specimen collection at nearly 40 sites statewide.
As coronavirus cases continue to rise and testing supplies dwindle, Augusta University Health is partnering with state health officials to test a 3D printed nasal swab.
In a press conference today, Gov. Brian Kemp recognized Augusta University Health for their efforts to expand COVID-19 screening through the AU Health ExpressCare app and said the technology will be made available to people across the state.
Gov. Brian Kemp has issued a new executive order regarding COVID-19 and the public health emergency.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announces his support of the Georgia Cancer Center and Paceline as a part of the statewide initiative to end cancer.