Tag - Facilities

Ribbon cut on new hybrid operating room

The ribbon was cut on Augusta University Medical Center’s new hybrid operating room on Friday, and operations will begin this week. The surgical theatre is equipped with advanced medical imaging devices like a Phillip’s high-intensity C-Arm which...

Small flood has occurred in Dental College of Georgia

A small flood occurred on the first floor of The Dental College of Georgia late this morning in the clinical area. The building was evacuated initially, but staff, faculty and students are now being led back into the building under supervision. The...

Three trees planted to commemorate Arbor Day

Three Augusta University campuses received a new tree on Friday to commemorate Arbor Day. A live oak was planted in front of the Student Center on the Health Sciences Campus; a vitex was planted by the Jaguar Student Activities Center on the...

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Larry Carter promoted to zone maintenance manager

Larry Carter is Augusta University Medical Center’s newest zone maintenance manager. The Augusta native previously was a zone mechanic at Georgia Cancer Center. In that capacity, he handled day-to-day maintenance issues such as electrical, HVAC, and...

Laney-Walker Blvd. detour underway

The following message from Augusta University Facilities Planning, Design and Construction regarding the detour of part of Laney-Walker Boulevard was distributed to the Augusta University community on Monday, Oct. 17. The Cancer Research Center...

Front entrance to Pavilion I closed Wednesday

The front entrance to Pavilion I (AE) will be temporarily closed Wednesday as crews remove the pine trees in front of the building. The portion of sidewalk in front of the building will be closed, as well. Temporary fencing will be installed at the...

Laney-Walker enhancements to begin soon

Over the next six to eight months, the stretch of Laney-Walker Boulevard running through the heart of Georgia Regents University’s Health Sciences Campus will undergo a transformation. On May 11, crews will begin work to improve the safety and...

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