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Wellstar Health System, Augusta University Health System reach agreement for statewide health care partnership

Wellstar, AUHS and Augusta University share a mission to create a healthier future for Georgians and solve health care challenges across the state. Through this partnership, they plan to make a transformational impact on improving the health and well-being of every patient they serve.

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MCG Center for Healthy Aging, Hess honored with Golden Helix Awards

The awards celebrate the Georgia legislative, academic, corporate and advocacy leaders working to advance the life sciences industry and foster strategic partnerships that can create a healthier world.

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Three Augusta University faculty add Distinguished Fellow to list of accomplishments

Augusta University has followed up last year’s induction of Tanya Sudia, PhD, College of Nursing dean, into the National Academies of Practice with the selection of three more faculty members. 

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Masters of their craft: Medical illustration grad Alissa Eckert makes a global impact

“I was strong in my art classes; that’s why I decided to do it. I just felt like it was a sort of calling and this is what I was supposed to do. Once I got accepted, I knew that I had to go because it is such a hard program to get into," said Alissa Eckert.