Not just patient care drives the doctors, nurses and various support staff at the Georgia Cancer Center. This same team has a passion for educating those who will decide they want to learn the best ways to care for the generations of cancer patients...
More than 250 law enforcement, emergency first responders and community members gathered in St. Andrews Hall at First Presbyterian Church of Augusta Thursday to learn how and why the community should work together during a hostile event.
Among the volunteers this year will be dozens of Augusta University Bachelor of Science in Nursing students from Dr. Carol Hunter’s Community and Public Health Nursing course.
Once a year, the students dress as princesses from various Disney films and offer games, songs and activities for the children.
The Salvation Army of Augusta is hosting several volunteer campaigns this season and invites the Augusta University community to get involved.
This year, Augusta University’s VolunTeen Board hosted its annual ICU drive to collect donations that will assist families of patients.
The Augusta University community is encouraged to donate non-perishable food and toiletry items to the Open Paws Pantry.
Augusta University’s College of Education is partnering with Richmond County’s Intermediate Literacy and Math Center to provide for elementary students this season.
The Ronald McDonald House of Augusta is looking for donations to support its annual Santa Shop. This initiative provides gifts and personal items to families being hosted by the RMH.
There are several local service projects in need of participants this season to benefit Augusta University’s students, patients and families.
The age-old saying goes, there is strength in numbers. When it comes to figuring out the future of cancer research and treatment options, the Georgia Cancer Center has a team made up of hundreds of community members supporting its mission.
Augusta University faculty, staff and students lent their paws to community organizations for the annual Day of Service.
In recognition of Diabetes Awareness Month in November, Augusta University Medical Center’s diabetes nurse champions are hosting a free Diabetes Health Fair.
STEAMIFY is a fun competition at Augusta University that gives students in grades 4-8 the opportunity to apply the content they are learning in school in the contexts of either engineering or art.
Georgia’s opioid crisis is hitting hard, especially in rural communities. The Institute of Public and Preventive Health at Augusta University received a $1 million Health Resources and Services Administration Award to help those with opioid-use...
Augusta University Health is hosting a Medicare forum from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, in the Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre.
The training is required in Dr. Alison Foley’s Intimate Partner Violence course for graduate students in the master’s of public administration program. For the first time, the training is being opened up to the community at large.
Beginning Oct. 5 and each Saturday in the month of October, women can schedule a routine mammogram at the Breast Health Center between the hours of 8 a.m. and 1 p.m.
The Georgia Regional Academic Community Health Information Exchange (GRAChIE) has received the Community Partnership Award from the Strategic Health Information Exchange Collaborative (SHIEC) for their work during Hurricane Irma.
The Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University has been awarded a six-year $6 million grant from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to lead a statewide initiative that improves access to innovative clinical trials for a variety of cancers to...