Emory Healthcare, with more than 14,000 employees as of Sept. 1, 2012, is the largest and most comprehensive health system in Georgia. Its core purpose: "To serve humanity by improving health through integration of education, discovery and health care."
Since 1905, Emory Healthcare has been at the forefront of medicine, putting cutting-edge interventional research and technology into lifesaving action.
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 of facilities includes:
- The Emory Clinic
- Emory University Hospital
- Emory University Hospital Midtown
- Emory Johns Creek Hospital
- Emory University Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital
- Wesley Woods Geriatric Hospital
- Emory-Adventist Hospital at Smyrna (affiliated)
- Emory-Children's Center (affiliated)
Emory Healthcare is part of the Woodruff Health Sciences Center, which also includes:
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:
Charity care provided in fiscal 2012 totaled $72.1 million.
Emory collaborates with Morehouse School of Medicine and the Georgia Institute of Technology through the Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute.