Augusta University Care Centers are right in your community with teams of skilled primary care and specialty care doctors. Welcome to advanced everyday and specialty care right in your neighborhood.
478-bed Augusta University Medical Center at Augusta University housing a 13-county regional Level I trauma center
Our 154-bed children’s hospital is the regional leader for primary and specialty care including the region’s only level IV NICU and a pediatric level II trauma center with the capabilities to care for critically sick and injured children.
Known as the state’s cancer center, the Georgia Cancer Center’s goal is to help more cancer patients by expanding our innovative treatments and access to clinical trials.
Augusta University West Wheeler is one of the only multi-specialty clinics located in the CSRA. This facility transforms family care by providing friendly staff and a welcoming environment for patients.
The Augusta University Digestive Health Center — a state-of-the-art, 43,000-square-foot center that we designed to meet the unique needs of 21st-century digestive health patients and their families.
We offer outstanding specialists and a convenient, state-of-the-art facility. We offer walk-in, on-demand care, as well as scheduled appointments for women’s health, including maternal-fetal medicine.
To help you better find your way around Augusta University Health's main campus, please reference our interactive map for directions, location, and parking information.
Based in Augusta, Georgia, Augusta University Health is a world-class health care network, offering the most comprehensive primary, specialty and subspecialty care in the region. Augusta University Health provides skilled, compassionate care to its patients, conducts leading-edge clinical research and fosters the medical education and training of tomorrow’s health care practitioners.
The Augusta University Medical Center Emergency Department provides the most comprehensive emergency and acute care services in our region. We are prepared to provide compassionate state of the art emergency care for any concern you may have.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency call 911, go to the nearest emergency room, or call your family physician.
Your cancer doctor should have both oncology specific expertise and experience in treating a large volume of patients with your individual type of cancer. Our specialists at the Georgia Cancer Center have a rich history of treating patients across the state of Georgia and beyond. For your specific type of cancer, we have a dedicated multi-disciplinary team of experts to take care of you.
As the only healthcare facility in the region dedicated exclusively to pediatric care, Children’s Hospital of Georgia has the largest team of general pediatricians, adolescent medicine physicians and pediatric specialists in the area. We provide expert care for childhood growth and development, routine childhood illnesses and advanced care for the most complex pediatric conditions.
At Augusta University Cardiovascular Center, we strive to provide comprehensive and efficient cardiac care to our patients. From the most complex to the most routine patient, our team of highly skilled cardiologists and surgeons have the experience and expertise, using state-of-the-art diagnostic testing and cutting-edge treatments, to improve your heart and vascular health.
As a regional referral center for the southeastern US, the Augusta University Neuroscience Center of Excellence includes the area’s largest, most diverse experts in adult and pediatric neurology and neurosurgery, including renowned experts in Parkinson’s disease, stroke, ALS, MS, functional and cerebrovascular neurosurgery, and complex spine surgery.
At Augusta University Orthopaedics, we specialize in every kind of musculoskeletal injury or disease, including bones, muscles and nerves. Whether you’ve injured your knee, hip, shoulder, back, foot, hand or elbow, you can trust that you will see the right doctor, who is fellowship trained and specializes in caring for your particular injury and that part of the body. It’s this kind of comprehensive yet specialized care that sets us apart.
Most hospitals talk about their women’s health programs, but too often, these programs focus exclusively on the three Bs: babies, breasts and bones. Our women’s health program encompasses the entire spectrum of care, delivered by physicians who understand the important gender differences in health care and know that age is no longer just a number.
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We help our patients cope with illness and understand what to expect at the hospital with their care, but we also find time to play and let them just be a kid.
The Cleft and Craniofacial Center at Children’s Hospital of Georgia is the only center of our kind in Augusta’s River Region. We are staffed by a team of specially trained surgeons and healthcare professionals who deliver coordinated multidisciplinary care for cleft lip and palate and other craniofacial anomalies.
Offering high quality in and outpatient medical care and education by pediatric pulmonologists for children with cystic fibrosis (CF)
Congenital heart defects can be found in the smallest patients, even before they are born, our cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons have the expertise and skills to give your baby a fighting chance at life.
Primary care for children under the age of 18. Services include physical, emotional, social and psychological development.
Identifying genes that may indicate risk of inheriting or developing certain diseases.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) provides expert and comforting care for newborns with challenging medical conditions.
Our team transports infants from throughout Georgia by ground, helicopter or airplane to the level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Children's Hospital of Georgia.
Our board-certified allergy-immunology specialists diagnose and treat children with allergies, asthma, and immune disorders.
Pediatric anesthesiologists provide complete care for pediatric patients during surgical and diagnostic procedures.
Our team of pediatric audiologists are trained to perform audiological testing on children with genetic or acquired hearing loss through comprehensive screening and evaluation.
We provide comprehensive diagnosis, treatment and support for children suffering from all types of pediatric cancers and blood disorders.
Our pediatric cardiologists diagnose and treat children with pediatric heart conditions such as congenital heart defects, arrhythmias and other acquired heart disease.
Designed for children who have undergone congenital heart surgery, the HMP shows parents how to effectively monitor a child at home while they wait for their next procedure.
A special level of care for children who are hospitalized and require close monitoring on a 24-hour basis.
Monitor your children’s teeth and oral health while teaching them to practice good health habits and address any problems that arise
Children’s Hospital of Georgia’s multidisciplinary staff of pediatric gastroenterologists treats and manages both complex and common gastrointestinal (GI) conditions in children
Our pediatric otolaryngology experts provide both routine and specialty care for comprehensive ear, nose and throat issues in children of all ages.
Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation, or ECMO, is a treatment for critically ill infants and children that keeps their hearts and lungs working by providing oxygen to the blood.
The area’s most advanced pediatric emergency room for children needing emergency medical treatment and trauma care for life threatening injuries or illness.
Hormones are important to growth and development. Too much, or too little, can affect your child’s health dramatically. Our pediatric endocrinologists are here to help get things back in balance.
The only dedicated children’s hospital in the area providing specialized surgical care for children by expert pediatric surgeons
Providing board-certified pediatric neurologists and neurosurgeons that have advanced training in the care of epilepsy for children
Offering comprehensive general and thoracic pediatric surgical procedures on children, from preemies and newborn infants, to children adolescents and teens.
The Children’s Hospital of Georgia offers a competitive pediatric and congenital cardiothoracic surgery department. We have the ability to operate on any defect, ranging from the most straightforward to the most complex
For some sick or injured children, imaging procedures such as CT scans and x-rays are an essential part of their care. Our pediatric imaging services are an important addition in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric patients.
Care and education for children with severe and chronic kidney diseases.
Our pediatric nephrologists, urologists and kidney surgeons have treated scores of children, working tirelessly for their kidney transplant patients to return them to their normal lives as quickly as possible.
With comprehensive pediatric clinical expertise—and the experience in taking care of generations of children—our team provides expert care based on your individual child’s growth patterns and specific level of development.
Advanced minimally invasive surgery (MIS) using laparoscopic and thoracoscopic procedures, and can mean better outcomes for our smallest patients who might need
Children's Hospital of Georgia is the only children’s hospital in the area that delivers top-rated pediatric neurological care for children with acute and chronic neurological and developmental disorders as well as neurodegenerative and metabolic disorders.
Care and surgical services for individuals with disorders affecting the brain, spine and peripheral nerves.
We are the only area hospital with an orthopedic surgery program dedicated to treating musculoskeletal trauma, spine problems, sports injuries, degenerative diseases, infections, tumors, and congenital diseases in children.
Children and teens are still growing, so when injuries happen to their bones, muscles or tendons they need specialized pediatric orthopaedic care.
The pediatric plastic surgeons at Children’s Hospital of Georgia specialize in plastic and craniofacial surgery on children who are born with congenital anomalies or who need reconstructive surgery after a traumatic injury.
The PFT Lab is also used to monitor the effectiveness of treatment for patients with lung conditions.
The region’s only Pediatric Pulmonary Specialists treating chronic and acute breathing problems, lung disorders and diseases in children.
Helping patients return to the most normal, active and satisfying life possible by restoring function, improving mobility and relieving pain.
Care for people with serious health problems associated with their lungs and ability to breathe.
Care for various disorders that affect the joints, muscles and bones in children.
We offer no intubation sedation services because we want your child to be at ease when they are receiving their care from us and we want you to feel that they are comfortable and safe.
Helping children who suffer with insomnia, excessive daytime sleepiness, teeth grinding, sleep walking, snoring, bed wetting or other childhood sleep disorders.
Our specialists treat a variety of musculoskeletal ailments including strains, sprains, tendinitis, fractures, sports concussions, and arthritis, as well as medical problems unique to pediatric sports enthusiasts
At Children’s Hospital of Georgia, our board-certified and fellowship-trained pediatric surgical specialists care for children of all ages for both routine and very complex surgical needs.
Our trained Pediatric Transport Team will come to any hospital throughout Georgia, by helicopter or ambulance, across all counties in the state.
Care of the urinary tract in children.
The Pediatric Urology Department at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia in Augusta, provides comprehensive evaluations, diagnosis, surgery and follow-up care for congenital or acquired disorders of the genitourinary tract
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