In another effort to extend vaccination to underserved populations, Augusta University will open a pop-up vaccination clinic in at the Robert Howard Community Center at Diamond Lakes Regional Park.
Augusta University Health expands its COVID-19 vaccination efforts with a second pop-up clinic in Hephzibah, Georgia.
This Masters Week, Augusta University and AU Health remain grateful to share our home city with Augusta National Golf Club.
With Georgia opening COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to everyone 16 and older, Augusta University Health aims to continue delivering thousands of doses each week through its community clinics.
Augustus, the official mascot for Augusta University, took part in celebrating the fact that all Georgians may receive the vaccine as well.
COVID-19 vaccinations and lowered case numbers are providing a light at the end of the tunnel as we look for the pandemic’s end, but it’s important to remember — we’re not quite there yet.
Gov. Brian Kemp has announced the expansion of COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to everyone in Georgia aged 16 and older effective tomorrow, March 25, making most university students, faculty and staff eligible for vaccination.
During a roundtable discussion March 17, Gov. Brian Kemp commended Augusta University for its efforts to offer vaccines to Augusta and surrounding areas.
Dr. Joshua Wyche and his team had their work cut out for them last fall.
Gov. Brian P. Kemp will join Augusta University leadership for a COVID-19 vaccine roundtable at 11 a.m. Wednesday, March 17, at the Georgia Cancer Center's M. Bert Storey Research Building.
It’s been a year since the first six people were tested for the novel coronavirus at Augusta University Health. Since then, Augusta University and AU Health have led the fight across the state of Georgia against the virus and the disease it causes...
Augusta University Health is offering COVID-19 vaccine appointments to eligible public and private K-12 educators and caregivers in Georgia.
Dr. Jose Vazquez will share information about the COVID-19 vaccine on a local radio show.
Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan said Augusta University Health's community clinics to bring COVID-19 vaccinations to underserved areas could serve as a "model for other areas around the state" during a visit Feb. 25.
The new Washington Square shopping center location, as well as pop-up community clinics in area churches, are funded by a $2 million joint donation by the Augusta National Golf Club and the Community Foundation for the CSRA.
Augusta University faculty and staff are asked to respond to a voluntary and anonymous survey pertaining to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Augusta University Health opened a new vaccine clinic Wednesday, Feb. 10, at Washington Square shopping center on Washington Road.
Augusta National and the Community Foundation for the Central Savannah River Area will provide matching $1 million contributions, resulting in a joint donation of $2 million to further support AU Health’s vaccination efforts.
The new COVID-19 vaccine is reason to celebrate — but don’t toss those masks just yet.
Drs. Brooks Keel, Phillip Coule and Neil MacKinnon held a town hall to discuss plans for COVID-19 vaccines and to answer questions.