Sunday, April 20, 2014

Health System and Medical Center Compensation Committees to meet

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The Compensation Committees of the Boards of Directors of MCG Health, Inc., doing business as Georgia Regents Medical Center, and MCG Health System, Inc., doing business as ... Read More »

GRU to reinstate two advanced degrees for nurses

Augusta, Ga. – Two degree programs aimed at helping nurses earn advanced degrees are being reestablished atGeorgia Regents University. The Clinical Nurse Leader programs – one that offers an accelerated ... Read More »

GRU offers free summer camp for children with asthma

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Georgia Regents University is sponsoring the third annual Augusta Area Asthma Day Camp for children with asthma July 21-25 at Camp Tanglewood Girl Scout Camp in Columbia ... Read More »

GRHealth to continue rehabilitation and acute care services in Warm Springs, Ga.

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Roosevelt Warm Springs Rehabilitation & Specialty Hospitals, a new 501(c)3 corporation, has been created and will be affiliated with Georgia Regents Health System to continue rehabilitation and acute ... Read More »

MCG establishes Department of Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine


A Department of Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine that further strengthens research and educational endeavors in neurological and psychiatric disease has been established at the Medical College of Georgia at Georgia ... Read More »

Athens Banner-Herald: Deal makes stop in Athens, shares state’s successes and future goals

Georgia Regents University was mentioned in a story about a bill that would allow an academic health center in Georgia to monitor marijuana’s uses and enlist individuals in clinical trials. ... Read More »

Albany Herald: Phoebe and Georgia Regents University growing rural doctors

The Medical College of Georgia’s Southwest Georgia Clinical Campus was featured in an Albany Herald story about growing the number of rural doctors statewide. Read: Phoebe and Georgia Regents University growing ... Read More »

New approach to leukemia testing may better define prognosis, treatment


Nearly half of patients with the most common form of adult leukemia are said to have normal chromosomes but appear instead to have a distinct pattern of genetic abnormalities that ... Read More »

Commonly used intra-aortic balloon pump may have broader potential for heart patients

The most frequently used mechanical circulatory assist device in the world may have untapped potential, physicians say. One of many uses for the intra-aortic balloon pump is helping ensure adequate ... Read More »

GRU joins national education organization


  AUGUSTA, Ga. -Georgia Regents University’s College of Education will join 87 institutions from around the country for the Carnegie Project on the Educational Doctorate Consortium. GRU is one of ... Read More »