In a new series chronicling the experiences of Augusta University heroes on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, we sit down with caregivers from across the institution to find out what they’re seeing and feeling.
A rapid, cheap, and reliable pooling strategy for screening of SARS-CoV-2 maximizes available testing kits and resources in the COVID-19 pandemic.
The JagDining team at Augusta University has been cooking up ways to bring you a better dining experience this fall.
Here is how to request a hand sanitizer refill or similar EVS needs.
The Georgia Cancer Center is working with African American church leaders across Georgia to help minorities and underserved individuals understand the impact COVID-19 can have on them and their loved ones.
The number one way parents should be preparing students now to return to school during the COVID-19 pandemic is teaching them to wear a mask every time they leave home, an Augusta pediatrician says.
This new location accommodates up to six cars at one time in an enclosed space.
One of Augusta University Health’s two COVID-19 drive-thru specimen collection locations will relocate to downtown Augusta in an attempt to provide better access to testing for area residents and improved protections for caregivers.
One support person may still accompany a patient seeking treatment in Augusta University’s adult emergency department. However, due to social distancing requirements, the support person must wait outside until the patient is placed in an exam room.
Cannabidiol, or CBD, may help reduce the cytokine storm and excessive lung inflammation that is killing many patients with COVID-19, researchers say.
A grant from the Federal Communications Commission will help AU Health's response to COVID-19.
Marked racial disparities exist in confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths, investigators say, and highlight urgent needs to ensure adequate testing and treatment are available to African Americans and safer working and living conditions are in place so...
Immediately report COVID-19 on campus.
Safeguards are in place to help prevent the spread of coronavirus as staff and students return to campus.
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, shared a message to the university community ahead of the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
The tour encouraged Georgians to follow the guidance of public health officials to stop the spread of COVID-19 ahead of the Fourth of July weekend.
The rate of COVID-19 infection in one of Georgia’s fastest-growing counties may be significantly lower than some other areas of the country, according to an antibody testing study by researchers at the Medical College of Georgia and Augusta...
Dr. Phillip Coule shares what you need to know about Augusta University Health's antibody testing service.
While counties in populous metropolitan Atlanta had the highest number of COVID-19 cases in the initial weeks following Georgia’s first reported case, it was rural Southwest Georgia counties, with a higher number of black residents and lower number...
Dr. Phillip Coule explains what it means to be tested for antibodies.