Augusta's newest bus route began service Monday, rolling down Wrightsboro Road and Gordon Highway to create a connection to Fort Gordon.
Eisenhower Army Medical Center celebrated a national study this week that found the Fort Gordon hospital has consistently ranked among the best in the country for lower-than-expected surgical ...
The newly renovated lab at Eisenhower Army Medical Center will enhance the cardiologist's ability to diagnose and treat advanced cardiovascular disease and provide comprehensive and up to date ...
In the Department of Defense, policy that sets the maximum amount of time in which hospitals and clinics must provide a patient with an appointment has led to more flexibility and positive ...
Proposals are under review at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center to add 10 handicapped parking spots, and between 150 and 200 regular spaces at the Fort Gordon hospital.
Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center is on pace this year to exceed the number of children it examined in 2012 at its annual school screening program, which will run again Saturday and ...
Three central Georgia hospitals, including two in Augusta, are pooling resources to form a regional cooperative that will provide veterans and active-duty military personnel with improved access ...
The furloughs would last for 22 weeks, taking away a day of work each week for all of the hospital's 1,500 civilian employees. Details are still being worked out.
Cooling down a burn can help prevent further damage by tamping down the inflammatory response that is helping to drive the damage, according to a new study from Augusta researchers.
Researchers and clinicians told they need to work faster and work together to help wounded soldiers.
A new approach to pain management at Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center is setting the tone for the rest of the Army.
Army Spc. Jared Bland received the Purple Heart Friday for injuries he sustained during a suicide bombing in Afghanistan on June 20.
Army Sgt. Christopher Kelley, Spc. Tuere Shaheed and Tabitha Roland received awards recognizing outstanding care by nurses.
From gushing wounds to chronic pain to finding a better way to get deserved benefits, those caring for injured service members in Augusta are finding better ways to get it done.
Though there was a communications breakdown, Medical College of Georgia Hospital handled a recent bat bite case appropriately, an official said.
Some of the hospital staff already knew the bad news when they gathered on August 1. Dr. Dan Dickinson had become the second employee killed by a car while bicycling to work.
Forty-four doctors from Eisenhower Army Medical Center received certificates from Brig. Gen. W. Bryan Gamble in the 38th Annual Completion of Residencies Ceremony.
Augusta hospital leaders have been meeting about how to create a system for exchanging electronic health records.
U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., visited Fort Gordon's Dwight D. Eisenhower Neuroscience Center Tuesday.