The health fair, one of two annual health service events by Augusta University’s College of Nursing for Costa Layman Farms, provides health information for the farmworkers as well as hands-on opportunities for education and research for faculty and...
Participating hospitals included Aiken Regional Medical Center, Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home, and the Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center.
Cancer is the disease that kills more children than any other.
“The nerves are regrowing, adapting and changing, which leads to improvement in muscle function ... we have seen quite dramatic changes in people's nerve function after this treatment," said Dr. Satish Rao.
View a slideshow of Augusta University health care workers battling COVID-19 on the front lines.
"The staff at AU Health are strong and working together tirelessly to care for our community through the pandemic."
Pakistani-American artist Anila Quayyum Agha works in a cross-disciplinary fashion with mixed media, creating artwork that explores global politics, cultural multiplicity, mass media as well as social and gender roles.
Housing and Residence Life at Augusta University has taken many steps to help protect residents during this pandemic and create a safe move-in experience for students and their families.
Nugget and Casey celebrated with a visit to the patients at Children's Hospital of Georgia.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Augusta University Health's hospital staff has grown closer but also accumulated grief and stress. To provide a respite, mental health pods have been created.
Augusta University’s Sickle Cell Transition Program was recently awarded $50,000 from Global Blood Therapeutics, Inc., through the company’s 2020 Access to Excellent Care for Sickle Cell Patients (ACCEL) grant program.
This new location accommodates up to six cars at one time in an enclosed space.
The Ryan White Program at Augusta University is now seeing patients in it's new 17,000-square-foot building. It will provide one place where patients with HIV and acquired immune deficiency syndrome can receive all of their care.
Health care workers greeted the trucks, motorcycles and other vehicles as they went by Monday morning.
The tour encouraged Georgians to follow the guidance of public health officials to stop the spread of COVID-19 ahead of the Fourth of July weekend.
Dr. Wanda Jirau-Rosaly and the Geriatric Medicine team at AU Health offered a belated 100th birthday celebration for a very special patient.
More than 1,000 cadets nationwide participated in Friday's online ceremony.
If antibodies are found in a person, it means they once had the COVID-19 and have since recovered — information that could be used to help others newly infected.
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...
Kemp took a tour of the site and said he was impressed with what he saw.