Information For Alumni and Friends

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  • Athens

Class of 2017 Match Day Celebration

The 2017 Match Day Celebrations will occur in George Hall on the Health Sciences Campus on Friday, March 17, 2017....

  • Athens

Residency program granted continued accreditation

The Internal Medicine Residency Program, Northeast Georgia's first medical residency program and a joint effort by the Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership and St. Mary's Health Care System, has been granted continued accreditation, the highest status possible, by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education....

The Medical Partnership’s vision, mission and values

Over the past several months, the Medical Partnership's faculty and staff have defined its vision, mission and values. Through collaboration and support from our community partners, the Medical Partnership will continue to provide high quality, innovative education to our students and residents with this vision ever in mind....

Thank you for taking the time to connect with the AU/UGA Medical Partnership.  We enjoy having friends and alumni visit us at the UGA Health Sciences Campus and experience the exciting things happening daily with our students, faculty, and staff.  Please stay connected with us and make plans to stop by the next time you find yourself in Athens.

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  • News

    Keep in the loop with social networking!  The AU/UGA Medical Partnership has an active alumni and student following on a variety of platforms:

    Friend us on Facebook.

    Follw us on Instagram.

    We hope you will join the conversation by following us as well.  You will find social media is a great place to network with fellow alumni and former professors, as well as stay abreast of events, news, and alumni highlights.

    The Partnership Pulse, our bi-annual newsletter, is distributed twice a year. If you would like to be added to our mailing list, please contact

  • Alumni Resources

    The AU/UGA Medical Partnership looks forward to staying engaged with students who attended school in Athens.  From residencies, weddings, and babies, to relocations and personal accomplishments, we love to hear what our alumni are up to.  Send your updates to so that we can celebrate with you.

    In addition, as a graduate of AU - Medical College of Georgia, you can become a member of the AU-MCG Alumni Association.  To learn more about becoming a member of the Alumni Association, visit the alumni page here.

  • Gifts Matter

    This alliance of two of Georgia's most prominent universities combined with a supportive medical community has created an unparalleled opportunity for the education of future physicians in Georgia. However, much more needs to be done to attract the best and brightest students, especially given escalating tuition and today's challenging economic climate.

    The White Coat Scholarship Initiative works to increase medical school scholarships in order to attract talented students while also removing the burden of student debt, which can discourage students, especially those of limited financial means, from entering the medical profession. For those who do enter and complete medical school, high levels of student debt are a disincentive to serve in medically underserved areas or to choose specialties where the need is greatest, such as primary care. We need your help to ensure that financial obstacles don't deter students from serving a state with an urgent need for more physicians.

    You can give online through the Augusta University or through the University of Georgia.

    You can also learn more by contacting one of our development officers:

    Susan L. Barcus
    AUU Senior Vice President for Advancement and Community Relations/Chief Development Officer
    (800) 869-1113

    Keith Oelke
    UGA Senior Executive Director for Central Development
    (888) 268-5442

Contact us for more information

Mary Kathryn Rogers

Director of Communications and External Affairs, AU/UGA Medical Partnership

Winnie Davis Hall, Room 309

Courtney Simmons-Dorsey

Administrative Manager, Business Office

Russell Hall, 124

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