"It really was a miracle."
Patterson’s mind was put at ease because the nurses and doctors in the NICU told her exactly what was going on every step of the way for the 100-plus days Jaycier stayed there.
There was a one in eight chance he might pass away at that size after surgery. He would spend the next 59 days at Children’s, if he ended up surviving.
"When we got there, I think everyone thought it would be a quick in-and-out. We were admitted to the hospital."
“Luckily because we got the worst-case scenario to begin with, she kept proving everybody wrong.”
Nugget, a 3-year-old golden retriever, has been trotting down the halls of the hospital greeting children and bringing smiles wherever she goes. Nugget was recently joined by Casey, another golden retriever who turns 2 in July.
With the advanced technology at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia’s Pediatric Hybrid Catheterization Lab, surgery is no longer necessary in order to repair hearts.
Diagnosed with congenital glaucoma, Ravi Hudson's nearly two-decades-long relationship with the Children’s Hospital of Georgia has allowed her to pursue a normal life in adulthood.
A chronic kidney condition that Eric Abbott had as a child inspired him to become a patient advisor and camp counselor.
Every year there are 14,000 children in the United States diagnosed with cancer. More than 90 percent of these children are cared for at Children’s Oncology Group Hospitals, an international cooperative group made up of hospitals that exists to...
Even in retirement, Dr. Charles Howell continues the Children's Hospital of Georgia legacy.
Over 20 years, the five-story, 220,000-square-foot Children’s Hospital of Georgia has become a lifeline to children and families across the Southeast.
See photos from Halloween at Children's Hospital.
Additional support for pediatric specialty care in Augusta comes during the hospital’s 20th birthday celebration.
All her life Anna Grace hated hugs. A surgery at Children's Hospital of Georgia changed that.
Matt and Julianne Kirkland's quadruplets were born two months early. In recognition of Neonatal Intensive Care Awareness Month in September, find out what life has been like for the family with four toddlers since they left the Children's Hospital...
A mitochondrial problem in the body can be so powerful, it left an energetic, happy 3-year-old unable to stand just hours after skipping through the door. Learn more about this disease for Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Week this September.
Two decades ago, the Children's Hospital of Georgia opened and became the only facility in the area dedicated exclusively to children.
From allergies to sickle cell anemia to diabetes, research at Augusta University is paving the way for kids to lead healthier lives.
How Children's Hospital of Georgia is uniquely suited to provide the care kids need.