"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.”
Children’s Hospital of Georgia and the Family Y team up every summer to host summer camps for hospitalized children, but with the coronavirus pandemic, the Child Life Team had to take a different approach.
Dr. James D. St. Louis has been named chief of the Section of Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery in the Department of Surgery at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.
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The Pediatric Comprehensive Sickle Cell Program at the Medical College of Georgia is opening a new Telehealth Center to better serve pediatric patients across Georgia.
Christen Engel, senior associate vice president of communications, has been named interim vice president of the Division of Communications and Marketing effective Oct. 1.
Dr. Alice Little Caldwell, associate professor of pediatrics at the Medical College of Georgia and director of the Newborn Nursery at Augusta University Health System, is the E-cigarette champion for the Georgia Chapter of the American Academy of...
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Beginning Thursday, Oct. 1, departments across the university system will have the opportunity to participate in the third annual Month of Miracles (previously referred to as May is for Miracles).
Augusta University is expanding its reach to better serve area patients with a new care center on Wheeler Road.
Augusta University’s Biology Club spearheads a donation drive for young patients at Children’s Hospital of Georgia during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
The state of the world today can seem overwhelming to most adults, much less to children. Many parents likely wonder what they can do in the midst of it all to ensure their children are coping mentally.
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The Shepeard Community Blood Center will be partnering with the Office of Volunteer Services and Community Engagement to host a blood drive in September.
Cancer is the disease that kills more children than any other.
Fat Man’s formed an assembly line with their employees, as hundreds of lunches would go out every day to Augusta University Health and frontline workers around the area.
“She’s a working mom, and knows what it’s like to be a working mom with a busy schedule.”