Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is a disease in which the heart muscle becomes abnormally thick, a common genetic heart disease affecting one in 500 people.
Need an expert for your upcoming story on COVID-19? Augusta University is ready to help.
An AU Health cardiologist shares insight on the COVID-19 impact on telehealth.
A closer look at JagNation's Cheryl Ellis, exercise physiologist in Cardiac Rehab.
A closer look at JagNation's Mandy Greenway, nurse manager for Cardiac Rehab.
Dr. Neal L. Weintraub is the new chief of the Division of Cardiology in the MCG Department of Medicine.
Faculty from the Cardiovascular Center at the Medical College of Georgia and Augusta University Health have been invited to give presentations on building a structural heart program, which focuses on tissues and valves rather than blood vessels of...
AU Health is the only medical care provider in the Augusta area to receive four awards.
Miles remembers the assistant surgeon telling her “I won’t be the one that takes his life."
“Luckily because we got the worst-case scenario to begin with, she kept proving everybody wrong.”
“When people don’t have access to medical care and they can’t afford transportation, those situations truly impact the health of the community."
With the advanced technology at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia’s Pediatric Hybrid Catheterization Lab, surgery is no longer necessary in order to repair hearts.
Thanks to the cardiac rehab program at AU Health, international peacemaker and world traveler Dr. Han Park has now seen his 80th birthday and beyond.
Presented by the Cardiology Department at Augusta University Health and the AHA Heart Walk Team, all of the proceeds from the auction will go to the American Heart Association.
Who was Caught in the Act of Great Teaching? These professors were!
Dr. Pascha Schafer has been named associate chief medical officer and chief quality officer for AU Health.
What do bad sleep habits and stiff blood vessels have in common? Nothing good, MCG scientists say.
The American Heart Association has released new blood pressure guidelines affecting millions.
AU Medical Center, the first accredited Chest Pain Center in the region, was recently recommended for full accreditation as a Cycle V CATH/PCI Chest Pain Center.