EMORY HEALTHCARE is passionately committed to
providing patients with the highest quality health
care available in the world today. As a universitybased health care system, we constantly are making
discoveries that can lead to medical breakthroughs.
Since 1915, Emory University and Emory University
School of Medicine have been at the forefront of
medical knowledge, pioneering many of the complicated
procedures that are commonplace today.
Best of all, our knowledge and expertise are available at our
hospitals and health centers located throughout metro
Atlanta. We reach out to the community to provide
world-renowned medical care in convenient locations.
EMORY HEALTHCARE is the largest, most comprehensive
health system in Georgia and includes The Emory Clinic,
Emory-Children’s Center, Emory University Hospital,
Emory University Hospital Midtown, Emory Johns
Creek Hospital, Wesley Woods Center, Emory
University Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital and the
jointly owned Emory-Adventist Hospital.
Emory Specialty Associates, a component of EMORY
HEALTHCARE, is a physician group practice organization
that includes divisions of primary care, cardiology,
anesthesiology, pathology and emergency medicine, as
well as Emory Clark-Holder Clinic, a multispecialty
group serving LaGrange, Ga.
In conjunction with Air Methods Corporation,
Emory provides medical oversight for four Emory
Flight helicopters based at centers in Atlanta, Griffin,
Jefferson and Cartersville that serve Georgia and
surrounding states. The helicopters are on 24-hour
standby to lift critically ill patients to the closest
appropriate hospital.
The components of EMORY HEALTHCARE provide a
full continuum of care and serve a wide range of
health care needs.
• The Emory Clinic, Inc.
The largest, most comprehensive group practice in
Georgia, The Emory Clinic includes 1,400 physicians,
nurse clinicians and physician assistants. Clinic facilities
on the Emory University campus include multispecialty
and primary care sites, cancer care at Winship Cancer
Institute of Emory University and geriatric outpatient
care at Wesley Woods. Clinic physicians practice at
numerous sites throughout metro Atlanta, including
Emory Midtown (12 specialties), Executive Park
(orthopaedics), Decatur, DeKalb Medical Center,
Dunwoody, Emory Eastside, Emory Johns Creek, Flat
Shoals Parkway, Hillandale, Perimeter, Rockdale,
Smyrna, Sugarloaf and Well-Star Kennestone. In
addition to sites throughout metro Atlanta, the Clinic
operates heart and vascular sites throughout the state.
The Clinic also manages Emory Specialty Associates.
To make an appointment or to find out more about our services,
call Emory HealthConnectionSM at 404-778-7777 or 1-800-75-EMORY.
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• Emory-Children’s Center
The largest pediatric multispecialty group practice in
Georgia, Emory-Children’s Center (ECC) is a joint
venture between Emory and Children’s Healthcare of
Atlanta. It comprises 237 Emory University School
of Medicine faculty members involved in pediatric
clinical services, teaching, research and child advocacy.
In addition to Children’s Healthcare (at Egleston,
Scottish Rite and Hughes Spalding), ECC provides
specialty pediatric care at Emory University Hospital
Midtown, Grady Memorial Hospital and pediatric
clinics on Emory’s campus.
• Emory University Hospital
A 579-bed adult, tertiary care facility, Emory University
Hospital is staffed by 1,093 Emory University School
of Medicine faculty members. It includes a 20-bed
psychiatric facility, 102 ICU beds, a 56-bed rehabilitation
center and a nine-bed clinical research center supported
by the NIH. The hospital has been long known for
cardiology, cardiac surgery, orthopaedics, oncology and
neurology/ neurosurgery and includes one of the region’s
most comprehensive multiple-organ and tissue
transplantation centers. The hospital was named in
11 of 16 specialties ranked by U.S. News & World
Report in 2009. For the 11th year in a row, members
of the Atlanta community named the hospital as the
National Research Corporation’s (NRC) Consumer
Choice Award winner.
• Emory University Hospital Midtown
Emory University Hospital Midtown, formerly known
as Emory Crawford Long Hospital, is a 511-bed tertiary
care facility staffed by 947 Emory medical faculty
members and 537 private physicians. Medical services
include 56 intensive care beds, a level III neonatal
intensive care unit and four hyperbaric oxygen units.
The hospital’s case mix index (a measure of the
complexity of illness treated) is higher than that of
most community hospitals. It is well known for services
in cardiology, cardiac surgery, gastroenterology, neurosurgery, cancer care and emergency medicine. Women’s
services include prenatal and postnatal education, bone
density testing, mammography and obstetrics, with a
specialization in high-risk pregnancy.
• Wesley Woods Center
This geriatric center includes Wesley Woods
Hospital, a 100-bed geriatric specialty facility.
Founded by the United Methodist Church and
Emory University, Wesley Woods Center serves more
than 30,000 elderly and chronically ill patients each
year. In addition to the hospital and a 25-bed inpatient
hospice service, Wesley Woods has an outpatient
primary care clinic, a 250-bed skilled nursing care
facility (Budd Terrace) and a 201-unit residential
retirement facility (Wesley Woods Towers), with one
18-unit floor dedicated to personal care. Wesley
Woods is well known for its programs for depression,
sleep disorders, rehabilitation, Alzheimer’s disease,
Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s disease.
• Emory University Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital
An extension of Emory University Hospital’s acute
care services, the recently opened Emory University
Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital is located six miles
east of the university campus. The facility has 120
licensed beds and six operating rooms. It provides
medical and surgical care for orthopaedic and spine
patients as well as general acute care for orthopaedic
and spine patients with nonsurgical needs.
• Emory Johns Creek Hospital
Located in the north metro area, Emory Johns Creek
Hospital is a 110-bed facility staffed by 624 Emory
and community physicians. Services include emergency
care, digital imaging, a birth center with level III
neonatal intensive care, a bariatric center, intensive
care, advanced cardiac care and women’s services.
• Emory-Adventist Hospital at Smyrna
As part of its commitment to community care,
Emory jointly owns Emory-Adventist Hospital with
Adventist Health System. Located in Smyrna, Ga.,
this hospital has 88 acute care beds and is staffed by
more than 175 physicians.
• Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
– Children’s at Egleston (Emory campus), a 255-bed
facility staffed by 237 Emory physicians.
– Children’s at Hughes Spalding (Grady Memorial
Hospital campus), a 24-bed facility 90 percent
staffed by Emory physicians and 10 percent
staffed by Morehouse School of Medicine physicians.
– Many Emory pediatric faculty members also
teach and have admitting privileges at
Children’s at Scottish Rite, a 250-bed facility in
north Atlanta.
• Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center, a health
care facility with 165 hospital beds and 100 nursing
home beds that is staffed by 237 Emory physicians.
Affiliates for Patient Care, Teaching and Research
Emory University School of Medicine faculty also
provide care, much of it highly specialized, through
long standing affiliations with the following:
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• Grady Memorial Hospital, a 953-bed facility that
is 85 percent staffed by Emory physicians (320
full-time equivalent physicians and 374 residents)
and 15 percent staffed by Morehouse School of
Medicine physicians.
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Emory Hospitals and Long-Term Care
1. Emory University Hospital
2. Emory University Hospital Midtown
3. Wesley Woods Center (geriatric/chronic care; includes
Wesley Woods Hospital, Budd Terrace Nursing Home)
4. Emory University Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital
5. Emory Johns Creek Hospital (EHCA)
Joint-Venture Hospitals
6. Emory-Adventist Hospital
Emory-Children’s Center
7. Pediatric Clinic
The Emory Clinic
8. The Emory Clinic (Buildings A & B, Winship Cancer
Institute of Emory University and the 1525 Building)
9. Wesley Woods (geriatric)
Emory Orthopaedic & Spine Center (Executive Park)
Emory Midtown (12 specialties)
Decatur (heart & vascular, primary care)
Perimeter (heart & vascular, primary care)
Flat Shoals (primary care)
Sugarloaf (heart & vascular, primary care)
Dunwoody (primary care)
Emory Eastiside (heart & vascular)
Emory Johns Creek (heart & vascular)
WellStar-Kennestone (heart & vascular, neurosurgery)
Rockdale (heart & vascular)
Hillandale (heart & vascular)
DeKalb (heart & vascular)
For a complete listing of Emory Heart & Vascular locations, visit
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