An adult, tertiary care facility, Emory University Hospital (EUH) is approved for 579 beds. EUH is staffed by 1,171 Emory School of Medicine faculty physicians. It includes a 20-bed psychiatric facility, 93 intensive care unit beds, a 56-bed rehabilitation center, and a nine-bed clinical research center supported by the National Institutes of Health. Patients in fiscal year 2011: 25,217 admissions and 137,921 outpatient services.
EUH is long known for cardiology, cardiac surgery, orthopaedics, oncology, and neurology/neurosurgery, and it has one of the most comprehensive transplant programs in the Southeast. In 2012, the University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC) ranked EUH 2nd for quality out of 101 academic medical centers, up from 10th in 2011. Among the UHC-member facilities, EUH has the highest case-mix index (a measure of complexity of illness treated). Also in 2012, U.S. News & World Report ranked EUH among the nation's best hospitals in 10 specialties and gave EUH five top-20 rankings. For the 14th year in a row, Atlanta health care consumers named the hospital the Consumer's Choice Award winner.
Emory University Hospital Midtown (EUHM) is a tertiary care facility approved for 511 beds. It is staffed by 1,089 Emory School of Medicine faculty, 18 Emory Specialty Associates physicians, and 367 community physicians. EUHM has 82 ICU beds, including 11 beds in a level III neonatal ICU. Patients in fiscal year 2011: 20,959 admissions and 162,468 outpatient services. EUHM's case-mix index is higher than that of most community hospitals. It is well known for services in cardiology, cardiac surgery, gastroenterology, neurosurgery, cancer, and emergency medicine. Women's services include prenatal and postnatal education, bone density testing, mammography, and obstetrics, with specialization in high-risk pregnancy. In 2012, the University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC) ranked EUHM 6th for quality out of 101 academic medical centers, up from 11th in 2011.
Part of Grady Health System and among the largest public hospitals in the Southeast, Grady Memorial Hospital has 953 beds and an annual service volume of 27,188 admissions and 540,179 outpatient services. Grady is staffed by 575 Emory medical faculty, who supervise 363 Emory residents and fellows. Together, these Emory physicians provide about 85% of care at Grady, with the other 15% provided by Morehouse School of Medicine. The hospital has a regional perinatal center for high-risk mothers and babies, a neonatal intensive care unit, a diabetes center, a teen center, the Georgia Poison Center, a rape crisis center, a regional American Burn Association-accredited burn center, a sickle cell center, a comprehensive treatment program for HIV/AIDS, the only level I trauma center in all of northwest Georgia, a stroke center, and the Georgia Cancer Center for Excellence.
Located near the main Emory campus, the Atlanta VA is staffed by 250 Emory physicians that provide virtually all medical and surgical care. The hospital has 178 hospital beds, 50 nursing home beds, and 12 psychiatric residential rehab beds. Annual patient services: 7,107 admissions and 1,009,203 outpatient services. As a teaching hospital, the Atlanta VAMC is primarily affiliated with the Emory University School of Medicine.
Staffed by 339 Emory and 335 community physicians, with Emory clinicians providing 80% of care, CHOA at Egleston is located on the Emory campus. The hospital includes the only dedicated pediatric trauma center in Georgia. Annual patient services: 11,021 admissions and 254,419 outpatient services. Egleston is a component of the Emory-Children's Center, a joint venture between Emory Healthcare and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta that is the largest pediatric multispecialty group practice in Georgia.
Piedmont Hospital is a private, not-for-profit, acute-care, tertiary facility offering most major medical, surgical, and diagnostic services. The facility has 529 beds, all private rooms; 4,000 employees; and a medical staff of more than 1,000 board-certified physicians. The main campus is is located six miles from Emory in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta, with facilities across the metro area.