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If you have a story idea or achievement to share, the Augusta University Communications office is here for you.

Our expert team of writers can help craft and share your message with the entire university and health system community. Using a wide selection of communication channels, including websites, magazines, social media channels, news coverage and more, we seek to bring awareness to Augusta University's mission as a public research university and medical center dedicated to training the next generation of innovators, leaders and health care providers.

 

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Communications & Media Relations

706-721-7406

communications@augusta.edu

1459 Laney Walker Blvd.,
Augusta, GA 30901

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For Augusta University Media

On deadline? Reporters can reach a member of the university media relations team 24 hours a day, seven days a week with our on-call number:
706-522-3023

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706-715-3409

How can we help you?

Our mission is to enhance the brand of Augusta University and leverage media and internal communications opportunities to advance our clinical, research and educational missions. We love to support our institutional partners’ implementation of their strategic initiatives through all communications and marketing activities. We look forward to collaborating with you to advance the mission of Augusta University!

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Three women demonstrates techniques to farm workers

Annual Costa Layman Health Fair continues to excel in health care, hands-on experiences

“The ability to provide a service that impacts both the short- and long-term health of our community members is a gift," said Beth NeSmith, PhD.

A VICEROY Summer Camp counselor cheers on as students watch the microbot competition

VICEROY Kids Camp introduces younger students to coding and programming

“The intent of the camp was to really inspire them to want to learn more about the topic and to continue learning and get educated about the topic further in life."

A woman wearing a doctor's lab coat stands in front of a young boy sitting on an examination table. Both are sticking their tongues out as the woman checks the boy's throat.

New speech-language program to begin accepting applications

"I am excited that we will be filling this important area, SLP, that is desperately needed for all of Georgia," said CAHS Dean Lester Pretlow, PhD.

Female student helping a man with testing

‘This is my community, too’

"We need community partners, and community partners mean that it’s not just mutually beneficial, but it’s mutually respectful."

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