Emory Healthcare

Jonathan S. Lewin, MD, CEO and Chair of the Board

Dane Peterson, MBA, COO

Bryce Gartland, MD, Hospital Group President

Ira Horowitz, MD, Physician Group President

Sharon H. Pappas, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, Chief Nurse Executive

 

Emory Healthcare

Emory Healthcare (EHC) is the most comprehensive academic health system in Georgia.  Its 11 hospitals include Emory University Hospital, Emory University Hospital Midtown, Emory University Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital, Emory Rehabilitation Hospital, Emory University Hospital at Wesley Woods, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital, Emory Johns Creek Hospital, Emory Decatur Hospital, Emory Hillandale Hospital, Emory Long-Term Acute Care, and Emory University Hospital Smyrna. It also provides services to greater Georgia through a joint venture at St. Francis–Emory Healthcare Hospital in Columbus. Other components of the EHC system include Emory Clinic, Emory Specialty Associates, Emory Wesley Woods Campus, 10 regional affiliate hospitals, and the Emory Healthcare Network. 

In fiscal year 2019, EHC had $4.4 billion in net revenue and provided $151.5 million in charity care. It has 24,129 employees and 2,691 licensed patient beds. Annual hospital admissions total 106,623 and outpatient service visits 5.4 million. In FY 2019, EHC clinicians saw 819,168 individual patients. The Emory Healthcare Network partners with MinuteClinic and urgent care provider Peachtree Immediate Care, with locations throughout metro Atlanta.

Emory University Hospital

Matthew J. Wain, CEO
(founded 1904) 

An adult, tertiary/quaternary care facility, Emory University Hospital (EUH) has 751 icensed beds, including 82 beds at the Wesley Woods campus. Staffed by 1,523 Emory faculty physicians, EUH includes 120 ICU beds and a Serious Communicable Diseases Unit where ongoing research, training, and preparedness for challenging infectious diseases continues since the first Ebola patients in the US were treated there in 2014. Patients in FY 2019: 24,995 inpatient admissions and 207,4634 outpatient service visits. Staff employees: 4,402, plus 180 at EUH at Wesley Woods.

EUH is long known for services in transplantation, cardiology, cardiac surgery, oncology, neurology/neurosurgery, and orthopaedics. EUH is a Magnet hospital, a designation earned by only 6% of US hospitals for nursing excellence from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. EUH has one of the highest case-mix indexes (a measure of complexity of illness treated) of any hospital in the US. In 2020, for the ninth year in a row, U.S. News & World Report ranked EUH the No. 1 hospital in both metro Atlanta and Georgia.

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Emory University Hospital Midtown

Daniel Owens, MBA, CEO
(founded 1908) 

A tertiary academic teaching and care facility, Emory University Hospital Midtown (EUHM) has 529 licensed beds and is staffed by 1,491 Emory medical faculty, 349 private practice physicians, and 297 Kaiser Permanente physicians. EUHM has 86 ICU beds, in addition to a level III neonatal intensive care unit with 48 beds. Patients in FY 2019: 29,863 admissions (including 5,705 deliveries) and 297,038 outpatient service visits. Staff employees: 3,817.

EUH Midtown has a high case-mix index and is well known for services in cardiology, cardiac surgery, gastroenterology, neurosurgery, cancer, orthopaedics, and emergency medicine. Women’s services include prenatal and postnatal education, bone density testing, mammography, and obstetrics, as well as high-risk pregnancy.

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Emory University Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital

Matthew J. Wain, CEO
June Connor, RN/MN, COO/CNO 
(founded 2007) 

Emory University Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital has 120 licensed beds and nine ORs and is staffed by Emory faculty physicians. It has ranked in the top 10% of hospitals in the country for 12 years in patient satisfaction and is a Magnet hospital, a designation earned by only 6% of US hospitals for nursing excellence from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Patients in FY 2019: 2,961 admissions. Staff employees: 313.

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Emory Rehabilitation Hospital

Eric Garrard, CEO (Emory Healthcare-Select Medical Joint Venture)
(founded 1976) 

Emory Rehabilitation Hospital (ERH) has 56 licensed inpatient rehabilitation beds and is staffed by 100 Emory faculty physicians. ERH is part of a joint venture with Select Medical, which also includes 27 outpatient rehabilitation facilities and a day rehabilitation program. Specializing in stroke, ERH is one of the nation’s highest acuity rehab hospitals. Patients in FY 2019: 1,002 admissions and 138,278 outpatient service visits. Emory Rehabilitation Joint Venture employees: 382.

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Emory University Hospital at Wesley Woods

Catherine Maloney, FACHE, MHA, PT, Vice President, Operations

Emory University Hospital at Wesley Woods is an 82-bed facility providing adult inpatient psychiatric care. In FY 2019, it had 1,156 admissions and 180 staff employees.

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Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital

Heather Dexter, MBA, MHA, CEO
(founded 1880) 

An acute care facility in the north metro area, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital (ESJH) has 410 beds. It has 596 Emory medical faculty physicians, 430 private practice physicians, 253 Kaiser Permanente physicians, and 12 Emory Specialty Associate physicians. ESJH trains physicians from around the world in robotic surgery for valve repair and is a primary location for cardiac rehabilitation. The hospital is noted also for cancer, neurologic, vascular, gastrointestinal, respiratory, and orthopaedic care and is ranked among the top 25 hospitals nationally for joint replacement by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. ESJH has 66 ICU beds and is a six-time Magnet hospital, recognized for its nursing excellence. Patients in FY 2019: 18,879 admissions and 133,749 outpatient service visits. Staff employees: 2,208. Community services include free health screenings and in-kind donations to local organizations supporting the homeless and indigent.

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Emory Johns Creek Hospital

Marilyn Margolis, MN, RN, CEO
(founded 2007) 

Emory Johns Creek Hospital (EJCH) is a 110-bed acute care facility staffed by 398 Emory faculty, 399 private practice physicians, and 59 Emory Specialty Associate physicians. As a comprehnsive, full-service hospital, key services include emergency medicine, a women’s center with level III neonatal intensive care, adult intensive care, an infusion center, breast imaging with 3-D tomography, a certified bariatric center, advanced cardiac and stroke care, orthopaedics, sleep medicine, wound care, urology, and a pain center. EJCH is a Magnet hospital, a designation earned by only 6% of US hospitals for nursing excellence from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. EJCH patients in FY 2019: 8,400 admissions (including 1,217 deliveries) and 89,071 outpatient service visits. Staff employees: 1,029. EJCH partners with churches, schools, police, fire, and other organizations to offer health and wellness screenings and educational events throughout the year.

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Emory Decatur Hospital

Jim Forstner, MSc, CEO
(founded 1961)

Emory Decatur Hospital is a 451-bed facility staffed by 93 Emory faculty, 524 private practice, and 131 Emory Specialty Associate physicians. Services include emergency medicine, cancer care, heart and vascular, stroke care, maternity care, orthopaedics, palliative care, podiatry, a weight loss center, and a medical fitness center. Staff employees: 2,730.

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Emory Hillandale Hospital

Jim Forstner, MSc, CEO
(founded 2005)

Emory Hillandale Hospital has 100 beds and is staffed by 275 private practice and 60 Emory Specialty Associate physicians. In addition to emergency medicine, infusion, breast care, and sleep medicine services, the hospital has specialty expertise in areas ranging from orthopaedics and rehabilitation to cardiology, endocrinology, hematology, and diabetes and nurtrition. Staff employees: 597. 

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Emory Long-Term Acute Care

Jim Forstner, MSc, CEO
(founded 1997)

Emory Long-Term Acute Care is a 76-bed facility with 113 private practice and 30 Emory Specialty Associate physicians. The hospital specializes in pulmonary rehabilitation, including ventilator weaning, as well as general rehabilitation, physical therapy, and wound care. Staff employees: 183.

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Emory University Hospital Smyrna

Daniel Owens, MBA, CEO
(founded 1974) 

Emory University Hospital Smyrna, with 88 beds, is currently planning to undergo major renovations. 

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Emory Clinic

Ira Horowitz, MD, SM, FACOG, FACS, Clinic Director and EHC Physician Group President
Heather H. Hamby, MPH, Chief Business Officer, Physician Group Practices
Maureen E. Haldeman, MBA, MHA, COO, Physician Group Practices
(founded 1953)

The largest, most comprehensive group practice in Georgia, the Emory Clinic has 1,729 Emory faculty physicians, 401 nurse practitioners, and 340 physician assistants, with locations throughout the city and state. Nonphysician employees: 4,037. Patient service visits in FY 2019: 4,421,129, including those for Emory Specialty Associates (see below).

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Emory Specialty Associates

Heather H. Hamby, Chief Business Officer, Physician Group Practices
Maureen E. Haldeman, MBA, MHA, COO, Physician Group Practices 
(founded 2006)

In addition to the Emory Clinic, Emory Healthcare provides outpatient care via Emory Specialty Associates (ESA), an Emory-owned physician practice organization with 79 locations in 11 Georgia counties. ESA has 215 nonfaculty physicians, 64 nurse practitioners, and 97 physician assistants. Employees: 1,137. 

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Emory Wesley Woods Campus

Catherine Maloney, FACHE, MHA, PT, Associate Administrator
(founded 1954)

Emory Wesley Woods Campus includes the following locations: 

• Budd Terrace (John Pulliam, administrator), a 250-bed nursing care facility;

 Emory University Hospital at Wesley Woods, an 82-bed facility providing adult inpatient psychiatric care; 1,156 admissions in FY 2019 and 180 staff employees;

• Wesley Woods Towers, managed by Wesley Woods Senior Living, with 158 residential retirement apartments, including 36 personal care apartments.

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Emory Healthcare Network

Patrick Hammond, MHA, CEO
Scott Boden, MD, Chair of the Board

Emory Healthcare Network is a clinically integrated network with nearly 2,900 Emory and private practice physicians, 250 locations, and 12 hospitals. It was formed to improve care coordination and quality outcomes as well as control costs for patients and the community. Network partners share common quality goals and are connected via the Emory Health Information Exchange. Network physicians practice in more than 70 specialties. The network also includes MinuteClinics as well as urgent care provider Peachtree Immediate Care.

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