Faith Films Inc. gives back to Children's Hospital of Georgia.
The Kisner Foundation offers support to pediatric behavioral health and wellness efforts at the Children's Hospital of Georgia.
Students from North Harlem Elementary School created a banner to support frontline workers at AU Health.
Lights, camera, and, finally, action on movie filmed at Children's Hospital of Georgia in 2016.
The Center for Patients and Families is excited to announce a holiday event for Augusta University Health employees: Wrapped in Love, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 17.
The Radiothon celebrated its 20th consecutive year, and despite some changes due to COVID-19 precautions, volunteers eagerly took pledges over the three-day period.
More than 200 service teams helped with 51 projects for 25 community nonprofit organizations.
Cares for Kids Radiothon is the largest single Children's MIracle Network Hospitals fundraiser for Children’s Hospital of Georgia.
While things will be very different this year, volunteers will be ready to take your call.
Karen Barton, lead EEG technologist for neurodiagnositics, said to meet the increased need for EEG technicians, the hospital started a comprehensive training program a year ago.
Help the community by donating blood in the Shepeard Bloodmobile, which will visit campus Nov. 19.
The Mamava app allows mothers to enter the suite using a keypad and PIN number provided by the app.
Augusta University is celebrating leadership throughout its third annual Values Week. Hannah Goforth, a senior in the James M. Hull College of Business, recalls her leadership journey at the university.
“Installing the Mamava suites reinforces our commitment and dedication to the health of mothers and their babies."
Augusta University Health and the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for AU Health Imaging and Children's Hospital of Georgia Pediatric Multispeciality clinics Nov. 4.
Patients at Children's Hospital of Georgia had a happy Halloween thanks to Augusta University volunteers and community donations.
"These injuries are preventable and car seats save lives.”
Stacy Tallent, CEO for Health Center Credit Union, has been recognized as the 2019 LCSU Professional of the Year for Georgia.
Passionate artist Richard Worth, shares his art in efforts to bring healing to Augusta University patients and families.
“The goal was to make it more pediatric-friendly and to update the space.”