In recognition of Black History Month, the Center for Patients and Families, Interpreter and Translation Services, in partnership with Sodexo, will present a cooking demonstration featuring Peri Peri Chicken Kabobs, Jasmine Rice and Pickled Okra.
Augusta University will offer medical interpreters training in March and April.
Augusta University Health is now offering a course for medical interpreter training.
Over the years, the program has provided more than 5,000 screenings to migrant workers.
Learn how students are bringing quality care to farm workers in rural South Carolina.
Registration is open for American Sign Language courses at Augusta University that will begin July 17.
Give back to the community by volunteering at the annual Costa Layman Health Fair.
Augusta University will host Bridging the Gap medical interpreters training from March 25 through March 29. Workshops include a rigorous curriculum covering an array of topics, including cultural competency, the guide to common medications and...
Can you speak English and one other language fluently? Apply to become a certified Medical Interpreter.
“A Basic Course in American Sign Language” is an opportunity for students and members of the community to learn a new language, and no medical background is required.
Staring this August, Augusta University Health is offering a course for medical interpreters training.
Registration is open for American Sign Language courses at Augusta University. Augusta University is offering classes that will begin July 18.
Every summer, students at Augusta University offer free personalized and preventative health screenings, education and services to farmworkers in rural South Carolina. In 12 years, they’ve provided more than 3,000 screenings. It’s part of a long...
Augusta University students volunteer at annual health fair AUGUSTA, Ga. – With a higher mortality rate than most other industrial jobs, farming is one of the most dangerous jobs in the United States. But access to preventive screenings may reduce...