• The Beeper [2003 Vol. 13, No. 7]

      Gladden, Ellen; Baker, Toni; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Gladden, Ellen; Division of External Affairs (Medical College of Georgia, 2003-04-03)
      The Beeper, a campus publication, is produced weekly featuring the Medical College of Georgia’s faculty, staff, and students activities, research, and accomplishments; including campus announcements and news.
    • The Beeper [1998 Vol. 8, No. 14]

      Yarborough, Susan L.; Baker, Toni; Yarborough, Susan L.; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 1998-07-16)
      Features this week include: MCG's family-centered approach praised; Faculty and staff come first as planning process begins; Stem cell transplant unit celebrates first anniversary; Anticipation builds as move to new CMC approaches; Keep guns away from children; MCG certified to receive gamma knife.
    • The Beeper [2000 Vol. 10, No. 21]

      Deriso, Christine Hurley; Baker, Toni; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Steele, Deborah; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 2000-10-19)
      Features this week include: Division protects campus from environmental hazards; 147-year-old diploma, quilt donated to MCG; MCG parents: toot your kids' horn; Cardiovascular researcher to lecture Oct. 31; Telemedicine come through for Jessica and her mom; Asthma patients right at home with telemedicine technology; Web Site offers instant information for prospective students.
    • The Beeper [2000 Vol. 10, No. 4]

      Baker, Toni; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Steele, Deborah; Simkins, Sally L.; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 2000-02-24)
      Features this week include: Gamma Knife arrives at MCG; Augustans urged to participate in census; First Lady visits child care center; Lifestyle directly related to Type-II diabetes; Many factors can cause irregular menstruation; Hitting the job market? Think like a boy scout; Department aims to eliminate health disparities; Facial development topic of Deans' Symposium; Donated beanie babies bring lots of smiles; Mortez meeting scheduled March 3-4; Hospital administration rolls sleeves up to pitch in; Osteoporosis affects both men, women.