Quality Inn Medical Center Area
1455 Walton Way
Augusta, GA 30901
Phone: (706) 722-2224
Fax: (706) 722-4212
Provides information on local lodging, attractions, dining, shopping, and entertainment in the Augusta area.
Augusta laser and cataract surgeon, Dr. Bruckner, performs cataract and laser surgery including Conductive Keratoplasty (CK), Surgical Reversal of Presbyopia (SRP), and glaucoma surgery in Augusta, Georgia.
The clinical arm of the Medical College of Georgia, this hospital is the region
This company provides quality vehicles to customers at the most popular travel destinations.
Provides bus transportation to most cities across the United States.
CareSouth is committed to building and maintaining more trust from those they serve, producing more results with superior clinical outcomes and saving more time through outstanding customer service to patients, their families and referral sources. They pledge to go the extra mile to ensure that patients receive the home health care they need when they need it and in the manner their physician prescribes.
As the premier events center, this spacious venue has been open since 1992 and directly contributed to the revitalization to the downtown Augusta neighborhood. With a newly built exhibit hall, large scale events have found the perfect hosting facility for any type of function at the Augusta Convention Center Olmstead Exhibit Hall. Audio and visual equipment, onsite catering services, table and chair rentals, and planning services makes event planning here a cinch!
This community center was the largest ever of its kind bequest to a charity organization. Run by the Salvation Army, the Kroc Center Augusta is all about providing services and bringing the community together. The Kroc Center features a state-of-the-art gym, event facilities, classrooms, an indoor pool and playground, and even a cafe.
Daily newspaper which provides feature articles on local, regional, and national news, sports, business, living, entertainment, and classifieds.
The First Presbyterian Church was established in 1804, though the current building was completed in 1812. The church's Romanesque style of architecture was designed by architect Robert Mills, who is famous for designing the Washington Monument. The First Presbyterian Church of Augusta has been the site of several historic events, including becoming a hospital for both Union and Confederate soldiers during the Civil War. Today the church has a friendly congregation and is welcoming to visitors who would like to worship during the Sunday service.
Promotes and supports local businesses and industries in the Augusta Metro area plus provides relocation information.
Provides information on local city services and local government offices in the Augusta area.