The Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is helping lead the statewide response to the COVID-19 pandemic with the creation of a pandemic medicine course that will mobilize the medical school’s statewide faculty and see up to 400 third...
William Nelson is the first patient to be seen virtually by his primary care physician. The measure is an attempt to reduce the 94-year-old's exposure to COVID-19 by having him remain at home.
The University System of Georgia has allowed presidents to permit Non-Closure Emergency Leave with pay for regular full- and part-time employees who are not essential, and cannot telework or benefit from flexible scheduling.
“Approximately 80 percent of people will experience mild to no symptoms,” said Dr. Phillip Coule, chief medical officer for Augusta University Health.
People across Georgia with symptoms related to COVID-19 can now be screened and tested for COVID-19 more quickly, thanks to a partnership between Augusta University Health and the Georgia Department of Public Health.
The Academic Success Center is available online for students who need tutoring and academic coaching.
Learn how the university's Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response is helping manage the growing concerns resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak.
On a special edition of the Georgia Cancer Center Facebook Live Q&A, we discussed COVID-19 and how it can affect a cancer patient’s life.
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“As far as us and Student Affairs, this is the heart of what we do ... We’re not going to stop engaging just because they’re not here.”
As patients arrive at the emergency room, they are greeted at the door by a health professional on a video screen who asks about the symptoms they’re experiencing.
Preventing the spread of COVID-19 makes it an unusual circumstance for coordinating volunteer efforts.
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, gives an update to keep everyone in our community informed and safe during the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
As the situation related to COVID-19 evolves, we want to make sure you are aware of the important benefits and resources available to you through the USG Benefits programs.
“We want patients and physicians in our community to have timely access to information that will ultimately benefit us all by helping limit spread of the virus,” says Dr. Ravindra Kolhe, director of the GEM Lab.
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, shares the personal message that during these unprecedented times, we are all in this together.
AU Health is fortunate to have some of the world’s experts in this type of testing.
An update on elective procedures within the Augusta University Health System.
Augusta University Health institutes new measures during COVID-19 outbreak.
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Dr. Phillip Coule explains what it means to be quarantined.