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MCGThe Department of Emergency Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia serves Georgia and the nation by educating through clinical research in Emergency Medicine.

Our goals are to provide the highest quality emergency and urgent medical care to our patients within the setting of cutting-edge research, training and education. This high level of service will be provided to both adults and children in the Augusta University and Children’s Hospital of Georgia emergency departments.

The Emergency Medicine Physicians, Residents, Nurses and Ancillary healthcare professionals provide the highest level of medical care that only an Academic Medical Center can provide. The Department not only renders emergency care to the sick and injured, it also produces cutting edge research and are national leaders in operational medicine, ED Management, Pediatric Emergency Medicine and emergency medicine ultrasound. The department is also a pioneer in the development of novel solutions to improve patient triage, tracking and flow and staffing to maximize efficiency and economy.

Become part of a fast-paced team trained for virtually any emergency. Work alongside EM faculty to learn life-saving procedures. Collaborate on research with other departments within MCG.the Medical College of Geo

The department is also home to the Center of Operational Medicine. The COM's goal is to promote excellence in emergency medical care through education, training, research, and operational support.

Pavilion II
Room 2039
706-721-7144
706-721-7718

Medical Center Emergency Department
1120 15th Street
Augusta, GA  30912-5563
706-721-0211
info@augusta.edu
augustahealth.org

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Clinical & Business Operations

The Department of Emergency Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is comprised of Adult and Pediatric Emergency facilities and a Level-1 Trauma center. We service the CSRA in Emergency Medicine and service the surrounding 13 counties in Trauma care. Providing care for over 85,000 patients and 1,500 trauma patients.

Academic & Research Programs

We serve Georgia, and the nation, through the education of students, residents, and post-graduate fellows through clinical research in Emergency Medicine. We strive to produce highly educated physicians in the areas of patient care, medical knowledge, practice-based learning, communication, professionalism, & compassionate care.

Center of Operational Medicine (COM)

The Center of Operational Medicine (COM) is a major division of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. The mission of the COM is to promote excellence in emergency medical care in prehospital, austere, and unconventional environments through education, training, research, and operational support.

Highlights

  • Affiliation with the United States Army allows clinical opportunities beyond MCG.

 

  • Research in Emergency Medicine encompasses many different disciplines and themes.

  • Help a variety of and range of patients from infant to adult. 

Emergency Medicine News

photo from article Former chair donates art to the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine

Former chair donates art to the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine

The Department of Anesthesiology at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University has been gifted a painting from Dr. Robert Crumrine.

photo from article Medical students bring lifesaving initiative to Augusta

Medical students bring lifesaving initiative to Augusta

Their organization works to train medical students to respond to emergencies, accidents and traumas, as well as teach basic life-saving skills to others.

photo from article Arthur edits survival guide for anesthesiology residents

Arthur edits survival guide for anesthesiology residents

Dr. Mary Arthur, director of the anesthesiology residency program at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, is the editor of a new book designed to help new anesthesiology residents better navigate the transition from their intern year to the first clinical training year.

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MCG honors distinguished faculty

The first board certified intensivist in Georgia and a neonatologist and expert in pediatric nutrition are among the faculty being honored by the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.