Health system employees should expect a link to a brief COVID-19 survey in their email inbox on June 25.
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...
Augusta University Health has signed an agreement with Gold Cross EMS to improve medical ground transportation for patients who need the highest levels of care at Georgia’s only public academic health center.
For this week's episode of "In the Wild," AU Health System CEO Katrina Keefer stops by to update us on the work #OurAUHeroes are doing to provide for our university, community and state.
“We all want to answer a question: Was the unusual respiratory illness that we experienced this fall and winter actually COVID-19?” said Dr. Phillip Coule, vice president and chief medical officer at AU Health.
TaxSlayer added to the ongoing community support of Augusta University’s efforts to battle the COVID-19 pandemic with a donation to the Emergency Response Fund.
Augusta University will lead the expansion of coronavirus testing in Georgia, coordinating specimen collection at nearly 40 sites statewide.
As coronavirus cases continue to rise and testing supplies dwindle, Augusta University Health is partnering with state health officials to test a 3D printed nasal swab.
In a press conference today, Gov. Brian Kemp recognized Augusta University Health for their efforts to expand COVID-19 screening through the AU Health ExpressCare app and said the technology will be made available to people across the state.
Jefferson Hospital is among the rural facilities taking advantage of AU Health's COVID-19 testing service.
"I’m grateful to our physician community for many reasons, most notably what is becoming a chief organizational strength: perseverance and strength in the face of change and adversity," said Katrina Keefer, AU Health System CEO.
Augusta University leaders offer an update to keep our community informed and safe during the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
The center will make drive-thru testing more convenient for area residents who screen positive through Augusta University Health's virtual screening app.
Augusta University leadership discussed the first two presumptive positive cases of coronavirus, as well as what the enterprise is doing to protect its students, patients, faculty, staff and the community.
Patients concerned about coronavirus (COVID-19) can now be screened for the virus without ever having to leave home, thanks to a new telehealth platform from Augusta University Health System.
"I want to emphasize the steps taken to prevent further infection risk and exposure. The two presumptive positive individuals were tested under appropriate infection control protocols and are now isolated in their homes," said Katrina Keefer, CEO of...
An employee and the spouse of an employee are presumptively positive for COVID-19 according to initial testing performed at Augusta University Health System. The results await confirmation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In an effort to keep everyone in our community informed and safe during the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Augusta University leaders will host two town halls to answer questions and address concerns.
“We’ve got to change our culture,” Augusta University Health CEO Katrina Keefer said. “That is the hard part. That’s what we’re going to wake up every day and think about.”
Learn about Augusta University's rural health initiatives.