Tag - Children’s Hospital of Georgia

10 ways to celebrate fatherhood every day

Pediatrician, father of four shares advice with dads on how to have healthy relationships with their children A mother’s role is vital in the growth and development of a child. But far too often dad’s role in the process is underestimated, or even...

Open water: 7 ways to safer swims

Summer getaways often take families to the open waters for refreshing fun. “But, just like pools – ponds, lakes and beaches can be dangerous, especially for children, if you don’t follow some important guidelines,” said Dr. Natalie Lane, medical...

Wagons of Hope return to CHOG

Nine-year-old Gracey Chafin, founder of Lil G’s Wagons of Hope, delivered more than 30 wagons of toys to the Children’s Hospital of Georgia Wednesday. She organized the donation of more than 5,000 items contributed by members of her...

New food service program starting in hospital in June

A new food service program by Sodexo is coming to Augusta University Medical Center and Children’s Hospital of Georgia in June. “Expressly for You” (EFY) is designed to enhance the level of food service and increase patient satisfaction by...

14th Kelsi Long Memorial Ride: In Photos

On Saturday, March 19, dozens of bikers gathered at Augusta Harley Davidson in memory of Kelsi Long, a child born stillborn due to Down’s Syndrome. Michael Maddox, Kelsi’s grandfather and president of the Kelsi Long Memorial Foundation...

14th annual Kelsi Long Memorial Ride to benefit CHOG

Organized in honor of a baby girl who was stillborn at 8 ½ months due to Down syndrome, the 14th annual Kelsi Long Memorial Ride will be held on March 19, 2016. Michael Maddox, Kelsi’s grandfather and president of the Kelsi Long Memorial Foundation...

Heart and Sole 5K in pictures

Last weekend, the Heart and Sole 5K was held in downtown Augusta, Georgia. The 5K was organized by Heart and Sole, a non-profit organization that benefits The Children’s Hospital of Georgia. The course both began and ended at CHOG.

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