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"We are effectively running two full-service separate emergency departments. We can prevent low-risk patients from coming into contact with high-risk patients.”
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.
Emergency medicine physicians at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University are helping rural hospitals better treat patients by establishing tele-emergency departments.
Emergency room patients in five rural Georgia hospitals will be able to receive treatment in real time.
May is National Stop the Bleed Month, and in the wake of public mass shootings, Augusta University has joined the nationwide campaign.
New emergency telehealth network connects Augusta University to five Georgia hospitals.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – The group who developed the National Disaster Life Support Courses, which prepare health care professionals and emergency response personnel for mass casualty events, has been honored with the Ron J. Anderson Public Service Award from...
AUGUSTA, Ga. — The American College of Emergency Physicians and the National Disaster Life Support Foundation, based at the Medical College of Georgia, Tuesday announced an agreement to greatly enhance the level of disaster training available to...