The Alan Roberts, M.D. Mini-Medical School

A Community Outreach Program of
Augusta University's Medical College of Georgia
and Division of Professional and Community Education

FREE to the community!

Space is limited--Pre-registration is required to reserve your seat!


NEW TIME: Tuesday Nights - 5 to 7 PM

NEW LOCATION:  Augusta University Allied Health Building EC-1210


FALL 2017

September 26; October 3, 10, 17, 24

Schedule coming soon...



Call 706-721-3967 to register by phone or fax your REGISTRATION FORM to 706-721-4642.


Mini-Medical School enables physicians to share knowledge with the general public in an open, comfortable forum, free of the constraints of schedules, managed care and the anxiety that often accompanies a visit to the doctor.  We believe this makes for better physicians and more educated patients.  Above all, we offer education and understanding to the community.  By building an awareness of medical science, we help people make informed choices about their own health and the health of their families.

Each session of Mini-Medical School consists of five consecutive Tuesday evening lectures with supporting materials and visual presentations lasting two hours. The all-volunteer faculty is truly impressive.  Our highly enthusiastic physicians recognize the need for informing the public, and they enjoy interacting with the community.  Each evening’s program spotlights a specific medical concern.   Question-and-answer time is allotted and always generates vigorous participation. Light refreshments are served during the mid-evening break. The Allied Health Building is no longer accessible from 15th Street. To reach the Allied Health Building you will need to take 13th Street onto Campus and turn right at Laney Walker Blvd. and turn right into the library parking lot. The Allied Health Building is the glass building at the end of the entrance to the parking lot.

Course Directors:  Drs. Laura and Anthony Mulloy

Make plans to attend and bring a friend.  This activity is FREE to all who are interested in learning more about these areas of Medicine.

Participation is FREE. Pre-registration is required. 

OR call 706-721-3967 or 800-221-6437 OR Fax registration forms to 706-721-4642.