Medical Office Building Downtown


Medical Office Building Downtown

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Augusta University Family Medicine offers comprehensive primary care services. It’s the area’s only NCQA recognized Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home, which incorporates principles similar to the patient- and family-centered care concept. Translation services are available for a variety of languages, and several family medicine faculty physicians are fluent in Spanish.

  • Visiting Hours

    Families and other partners in care are welcome 24 hours a day, according to patient preference.

  • Dining

    Chick-fil-A, 1st floor, Children’s Hospital of Georgia

    Subway, 1467 Harper Street

    Terrace Cafeteria, 2nd floor, Medical Center

    Vending Machines

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  • Wireless Internet

    Free Wi-Fi is available to patients and visitors

  • Interfaith Chapel/Meditation Room

  • Gift Shop

Whether you live in Augusta’s River Region or anywhere else in the southeast, Augusta University Medical Office Building is easy to get to. We are located in downtown Augusta, Georgia off of Georgia’s main highway I-20.

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There is no charge for visitor parking in any of the decks or lots on campus. Augusta University Health is, however, not responsible for loss from or damage to vehicles. The visitors' deck offers convenient access to the main entrance.

If you are dropping off or picking up an inpatient, having an endoscopic procedure, outpatient surgery, a mammogram, an X-ray, visiting the Augusta Multiple Sclerosis Center or the Rehab Department, or other services offered at the Medical Center, please park in the 15th Street Parking Deck. Enter the deck where it says "Patient/Visitor Parking."

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The Academic Health Center Advantage

As the region’s only academic health center, we offer you a remarkable advantage when it comes to your health care. We offer access to the latest treatments, caregivers who partner with you at every step and everything dedicated to advancing your options, health and life.

Academic health centers differ from community hospitals in the following ways:

  • Patients have access to a full range of primary, specialty and subspecialty care given by board-certified and fellowship-trained specialists – the most advanced level of education and training in health care.
  • Physicians are constantly translating discoveries into new treatment options that revolutionize the world of medicine. Best of all, they offer them to their patients first. That includes offering clinical trials, which connect qualifying patients with treatments and/or counsel free of charge.
  • Academic health centers teach tomorrow’s health care professionals, and the only way to do this is to stay on top of the latest treatments and tools. In turn, the providers are challenged by this culture of continuous learning. This benefits patients by leading to better care and health outcomes.

That’s the power of an academic health center. And in this region it’s only at Augusta University. Our team of caregivers is renowned for partnering with you, starting with your routine care. At every step, we’re dedicated to helping you advance your options, health and life.

Our Providers.

Our Providers

Augusta University Health specialists provide care and support throughout your entire healthcare journey.

Singh, Kristianna Adeera, MBBS

Pediatric Nephrology

Stallworth, Leila Eanes, MD

Pediatric General and Adolescent Medicine

Ravindra Reddy, Divya , MBBS

Pediatric Nephrology

Ring, Eric K, MD

Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

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