Augusta University Health is partnering with local churches and the Georgia Department of Public Health to provide greater access to COVID-19 vaccines and education through clinics at places of worship.
Augusta University has relaunched its resource page with information for students, employees, faculty, media and patients.
Epidemiologist Dr. Justin X. Moore shares insight into why Black America is leery of getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
To kick off the return of "In the Wild" this semester, Dr. Phillip Coule, vice president and chief medical officer for Augusta University Health, joins us to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine and debunk the myths surrounding its safety.
We appreciate any individual or restaurant interested in sponsoring a meal for our AU health care heroes.
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Gov. Brian Kemp recognized Augusta University's leadership in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic during his annual State of the State address on Jan. 14.
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, will provide updated information for faculty, staff and students regarding COVID-19 and the vaccine.
Augusta University Health's Dr. Phillip Coule shares details on COVID-19 treatment Bamlanivimab.
Retired nurse Sherry McGinty is hoping to see her grandchildren and great-grandchildren more this year after receiving the COVID-19 vaccination at AU Health.
The Patient- and Family-Centered Care (PFCC) Conference has been postponed from Jan. 20 to March 16.
Augusta University Health added a dose of hope to the new year when COVID-19 vaccination clinics opened for employees involved in direct patient care on Dec. 17.
Augusta University Health is modifying entrance screening practices related to COVID-19 for our caregivers and guests.
Health services once offered only in the Augusta University Medical Center or an Augusta University Health System clinic are now available in the palm of your hand.
“We are grateful to all of the individuals, businesses and organizations that provided a gift for the children this year."
Dr. Arni Rao and his co-authors instead suggest more of a dynamic, moment in time approach using a model called the geometric mean. That model uses today’s number to predict tomorrow’s numbers.
Caregivers at Augusta University Health started receiving the COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 17.
“It’s been a team effort led by all the specialty groups within the hospital.”
AU Health will administer the first doses of the vaccine to frontline caregivers and share the latest information on the plans for distributing the vaccine during a press conference at 2 p.m. Dec. 17.
Augusta University encourages managers to allow employees who have been identified as telework eligible to work remotely when possible between Monday, Dec. 21, and Friday, Jan. 1.