VA Augusta urologist working to close gender gap in contraception culture
Women undergo 40 percent more tubal ligation surgeries than men undergo vasectomies even though tubal litigation is a far more invasive and risky procedure.
VA Augusta Health Care System will host a hiring event on the morning of Saturday, Nov. 19, for Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses passionate about serving Georgia and South Carolina veterans.
Veterans in the CSRA will soon have greater access to mammography screenings to prevent, detect, and treat breast cancer. VA Augusta Health Care System anticipates the arrival of a state-of-the-art Hologic Selenia Dimension 3D Mammography System in mid-October.
Ebony Dillard, a physical therapy assistant at VA Augusta Health Care System, has invented a device that can help prevent falls among Veterans who experience limited strength in their lower extremities.
The Veterans Health Administration recently announced that VA Augusta Health Care System’s Community Living Center (CLC) earned a 5-star rating for both quality and staffing, the highest possible scores in those categories for a VA long-term residential facility.
In response to the ongoing opioid crisis in America, VA Augusta Healthcare System pharmacists are launching an education campaign about the risk of opioid overdose and the use of naloxone to prevent overdose fatalities.
Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center will host a job fair Saturday, July 16, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., at its Uptown Campus on 1 Freedom Way in Augusta, Georgia. Augusta VA personnel will make same-day job offers for some positions.
Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center and one of its Spinal Cord Injury Veteran patients will receive the donation of iBOT power wheelchairs from Mobius Mobility, LLC, during a ceremony 11 a.m., Monday, June 14, at its Downtown campus at 950 15th Street.