The flu shot campaign at Augusta University kicks off Oct. 12.
Flu season is here, and Augusta University is offering flu shots to keep employees and students safe.
As the flu season approaches amid the COVID-19 pandemic, health experts are concerned about the impact on the health care system and the most vulnerable populations.
Dr. Phillip Coule breaks down what you need to know about the flu and COVID-19.
The registration window is open for October flu shot clinics for university employees.
There’s still time to roll up your sleeve and defend yourself from flu this season.
Augusta University has joined the Alana Yaksich National College and University Flu Vaccine Challenge to help increase flu vaccination rates on college campuses.
Employees receive flu shots to protect themselves and patients.
You can help Augusta University win the Alana Yaksich National College and University Flu Vaccination Challenge.
Faculty, staff, and students are urged to take precautions to combat busy flu season.
AU Health is temporarily restricting hospital visitation for friends and family age 18 and younger in an effort to help prevent the spread of influenza virus and other circulating respiratory illnesses. In addition, guests who are experiencing flu...
A quick stick or get sick: Employees receive flu shots to protect themselves and patients.
The Occupational Health Services team is kicking off the season by offering free flu shots to staff from 6 a.m. to noon Friday in the lobby of Professional Building 1.