High Quality and Safe Patient Care - Always Our Top Priority 

At Augusta University Health, we know you have choices when deciding which hospital or specialty care is best for you. We want you to be comfortable in making informed choices, which is why we are committed to providing you with information about the quality and safety of healthcare treatments we provide. Our clinical team works closely with patients so together we make the right healthcare treatment choices for your individual needs. 

Striving for excellence - every day - matters to us and to our patients. 

  • Augusta University Health has been designated as the area’s only Breast Imaging Center of Excellence, by the American College of Radiology (ACR). 
  • We are one of only a few select healthcare systems with the Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center designation by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Health Care Organization.
  • As Georgia's first Level I trauma center, Medical Center at Augusta University also houses a pediatric trauma center located in the Children’s Hospital of Georgia.
  • The Children’s Hospital of Georgia’s Level IV (highest level) Neonatal Intensive Care Unit offers some of the most advanced technology and skilled physicians in the Southeast.

Academic Medical Center Focus on Innovation and Advancing Care

As the area's only academic medical center, Augusta University Health offers the most specialty care in the region. That means in addition to routine care, we treat the most complex conditions as well as direct the most complicated disease management with a multidisciplinary approach. Our specialists work together as a team to offer the most advanced treatment plans for improved long term health.

Understanding the Costs of Health Care

We understand the importance of insurance coverage or pricing with your health care decisions. To maintain high levels of service, Augusta University Health regularly evaluates our average charges to ensure they are competitive in the marketplace. We accept all major insurance providers, including Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia, United Healthcare, CIGNA, Aetna, Great West Health Care and others in addition to Medicare and Medicaid.

For more information regarding costs associated with accessing care at Medical Center at Augusta University, Children’s Hospital of Georgia or Augusta University Medical Office Building, contact one of the following:

For Hospital Bills: 706-721-2961
For Physician Bills: 706-724-6100

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