From breaking ground on new construction projects to increasing enrollment for the sixth consecutive year, 2019 has been full of memorable moments for Augusta University.
Cares for Kids Radiothon is the largest single CMN Hospitals fundraiser for Children's Hospital of Georgia.
This year, Augusta University’s VolunTeen Board hosted its annual ICU drive to collect donations that will assist families of patients.
Patterson’s mind was put at ease because the nurses and doctors in the NICU told her exactly what was going on every step of the way for the 100-plus days Jaycier stayed there.
Community and national support is vital to keep the not-for-profit Children’s Hospital of Georgia running smoothly.
There was a one in eight chance he might pass away at that size after surgery. He would spend the next 59 days at Children’s, if he ended up surviving.
There are several local service projects in need of participants this season to benefit Augusta University’s students, patients and families.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, each year about 24,000 babies are stillborn in the United States.
Breathe easy and stomp out smoking during the national Great American Smokeout on Nov. 21, because if you are a smoker, the statistics are scary.
Local artist Jeff Tilden is showcasing his most recent work at Augusta University Health’s November Healing Arts exhibition.
"When we got there, I think everyone thought it would be a quick in-and-out. We were admitted to the hospital."
The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile stopped at the Children's Hospital of Georgia on Thursday.
Augusta University’s second annual Values Week, from Nov. 11-15, showcases the university’s commitment to foster an ethical culture and to highlight our institutional values. There will be an event or activity each day based on the university’s...
Proceeds from this year’s event will help Children’s Hospital of Georgia continue providing the highest level of pediatric and neonatal care in the region.
Dr. Charles Howell takes on new role at Augusta University Health.
The kids even got to participate with the clown and jugglers who came to perform.
They are the littlest patients facing one of life’s biggest battles from a disease that can be deadly. However, children undergoing treatment for brain cancer and other forms of cancer have an ally in their fight.
The Board of Directors for Augusta University Health System will meet at 1 p.m. Oct. 24 at the Children's Hospital of Georgia.
“Without working with her, I don’t know if Ally would have a diagnosis to be quite honest.”
The children got to witness some cheers for the Bulldogs and Gamecocks.