Woodruff Health Sciences Center of Emory University


  • Emory University School of Medicine
  • Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
  • Rollins School of Public Health
  • Yerkes National Primate Research Center
  • Winship Cancer Institute
  • Emory Healthcare, the largest, most comprehensive health care system in Georgia
    • Emory University Hospital, 579 beds, staffed Emory faculty physicians
    • Emory University Hospital Midtown, 511 beds, staffed by Emory faculty and community physicians
    • Emory University Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital, a 120-bed hospital staffed by Emory faculty
    • Emory Johns Creek Hospital, 110 beds, staffed by Emory faculty and community physicians
    • Saint Joseph’s Hospital (jointly owned), 410 beds, staffed by Emory and community physicians
    • The Emory Clinic, 1,600 physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other providers
    • Emory Specialty Associates, an outreach physician group practice organization with locations throughout the city and state
    • Emory Clinically Integrated Network, a network of physicians and hospitals formed to improve care coordination and quality outcomes as well as control costs for patients and the community 
    • Wesley Woods Center of Emory University
      • Wesley Woods Hospital, 82 acute geriatric care beds, 18 long-term acute care beds
      • Wesley Woods Clinic, providing outpatients primary care for geriatric patients
      • Budd Terrace, 250 beds, skilled nursing care facility
      • Wesley Woods Towers, 201 units, residential retirement and personal care facility
      • Wesley Woods Health Center, (includes Center for Health in Aging, Fuqua Center for Late-Life Depression, geriatric dental services)
    • Emory-Children’s Center, the largest pediatric multispecialty group practice in Georgia (joint venture with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta)
    • Emory-Adventist Hospital (jointly owned), 88 beds, staffed by community physicians 

Hospital Affiliates

  • Grady Memorial Hospital, 953 licensed beds, staffed by Emory faculty, residents, and fellows, in collaboration with Morehouse School of Medicine, with Emory providing 85% of care
  • Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
    • Children’s at Egleston, 255 beds, Emory campus, staffed by Emory and community physicians, with Emory providing 80% of care
    • Children’s at Hughes Spalding, 24 beds, Grady campus, staffed by Emory, Morehouse, and community physicians, with Emory providing 66% of care
    • Some Emory pediatric faculty also teach and have admitting privileges at Children’s at Scottish Rite, 250 beds
  • Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 179 hospital beds and 50 nursing home beds, staffed by 250 Emory physicians

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Community Benefits Report Cover 2012