Affiliates & Partners
Emory is affiliated with numerous key Atlanta and statewide institutions, including Grady Memorial Hospital, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia Research Alliance, CDC, and more.
Grady Memorial Hospital
- 953 licensed beds.
- Annual patient service visits: 27,959 admissions and 629,689 outpatient service visits.
- Staffed by 628 Emory medical faculty.
- In addition, 368 Emory residents and fellows provide care at Grady under supervision of the faculty.
- Together, these Emory physicians provide about 80% of care at Grady, with the other 20% provided by Morehouse School of Medicine and Grady-employed physicians.
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Emory and Children’s are partners in patient care, research, and education in the Pediatric Center of Georgia, sharing a common vision to be a nationally recognized leader in child health. Pediatric Center research has helped Emory's Department of Pediatrics rank fifth in the nation in NIH funding.
- Children's at Egleston, 278 beds (Emory campus). Annual patient totals: 12,485 admissions and 306,898 outpatient service visits. Staffed by 321 Emory faculty physicians, with Emory clinicians providing 95% of care.
- Children's at Hughes Spalding, 24 beds (Grady Hospital campus). Annual patient totals: 1,404 admissions and 91,944 outpatient service visits. Staffed by 90 Emory physicians and by private practice and Morehouse School of Medicine physicians, with Emory clinicians providing 75% of care.
- Children's at Scottish Rite, 273 beds (north Atlanta). Annual patient totals: 13,947 admissions and 364,505 outpatient service visits; 90 Emory pediatric faculty teach and have admitting privileges here.
Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center
- 466 hospital beds, including a 120-bed community living center, a 40-bed domiciliary, and a 21-bed residential treatment program.
- Annual patient totals: 7,345 admissions and 1,377,353 outpatient service visits.
- Staffed by 325 Emory physicians, providing the majority of patient care.
- Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute (ACTSI)
Emory is the lead partner in the ACTSI, a consortium funded by the NIH and created to translate laboratory discoveries into treatments for patients, engage communities in clinical research efforts, and train the next generation of clinical investigators. Other university ACTSI partners include Morehouse School of Medicine and Georgia Institute of Technology.
Winship Cancer Institute works with Georgia CORE to partner with community-based physicians to make more clinical trials of new cancer treatments available to patients throughout the state.
- Georgia Institute of Technology
Emory and Georgia Tech share a joint biomedical engineering department ranked second in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. The two institutions also collaborate on initiatives in nanotechnology, vaccine delivery, clean air and water, health services research, regenerative medicine, bioinformatics, neurosciences, pediatrics, medical devices, immunoengineering, and design of "smart" facilities and equipment to help the elderly and disabled.
- Georgia Research Alliance (GRA)
The GRA is a partnership of business, research universities, and state government that fosters economic development. Through the GRA, the state invests in Emory research in nanotechnology, cancer, pediatrics, screening for new drugs, vaccines, AIDS, immunology, transplantation, clinical trials, bioinformatics, autism, imaging, and Alzheimer’s disease.
- Morehouse School of Medicine
Emory’s School of Medicine partners with Morehouse in serving patients at the publicly owned Grady Memorial Hospital and in training Morehouse residents. The two schools are also partners in research through the Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute and other research intiatives.
- U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Emory and CDC have a number of research contracts and consulting partnerships. For example, Emory University Hospital's Serious Communicable Diseases Unit, where the first Ebola patients in the U.S. were treated, was built in collaboration with CDC. Emory faculty serve as advisers on public health committees throughout CDC, and CDC officers frequently serve as adjunct faculty in Emory’s schools of public health and medicine.