Dr. Carol Hunter said many students are not aware of the importance of public health, but these kinds of opportunities bring public health nursing to the forefront.
A number of local church leaders received their first vaccination shot Monday at Good Shepherd Baptist Church in Augusta.
Drs. Brooks Keel, Phillip Coule and Neil MacKinnon held a town hall to discuss plans for COVID-19 vaccines and to answer questions.
The Pediatric Comprehensive Sickle Cell Program at the Medical College of Georgia is opening a new Telehealth Center to better serve pediatric patients across Georgia.
A COVID-19 reporting reminder for employees.
Whether it is efforts to expand coronavirus screening and testing across the state by teaming up with Georgia National Guard and the Georgia Department of Public Health or becoming one of the first hospitals in the state to do convalescent plasma...
Nine specimen collection sites operated jointly by the Georgia National Guard and Augusta University ended operations effective May 30 as the university transitions its focus to research and development of new non-invasive testing options like...
Augusta University will lead the expansion of coronavirus testing in Georgia, coordinating specimen collection at nearly 40 sites statewide.
“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.
Augusta University's campus protocols are designed to protect the entire community.
Gov. Brian P. Kemp and Attorney General Chris Carr are warning Georgia residents to watch out for scams related to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
While the University System of Georgia (USG) will make overall decisions regarding summer programs and other travel at a later date, Augusta University and the USG have made the decision to cancel the Italy Business Study Abroad program for May 2020.
Growth in the health care and social assistance industry will outpace all other industries in Georgia over the next decade. To meet that demand, the Augusta University College of Education will launch a new Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion in...