With more than 14,000 employees as of Sept. 1, 2013, Emory Healthcare is the largest and most comprehensive health system in Georgia.
Since 1905, Emory Healthcare has been at the forefront of medicine, putting research into lifesaving action. It's part of Emory University's Woodruff Health Sciences Center, where experts are working to pioneer new ways to prevent and treat disease, prepare the next generation to save and improve lives, provide the highest-quality clinical care possible, and serve the community.
Because of Emory's extensive network of cross-disciplinary relationships, patients and physicians have direct access to leading research, and students and researchers observe real-world applications for their studies and discoveries.
Facilities and Affiliates
Emory Healthcare's nonprofit network includes:
- The Emory Clinic
- Emory University Hospital
- Emory University Hospital Midtown
- Emory Wesley Woods Geriatric Hospital
- See the full list of locations
Emory's Woodruff Health Sciences Center comprises:
In the Community
"Making People Healthy"
Emory clinicians provide expertise through 5 million patient services a year, at Emory Healthcare throughout the metro area and Georgia and in Emory's affiliated hospitals.
Emory faculty provide patient care at hospital affiliates, including:
Emory Healthcare provided charity care totaling $80.3 million in fiscal 2013.
Emory collaborates with Morehouse School of Medicine and the Georgia Institute of Technology through the Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute.