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 of Emory University

■    Emory Healthcare, the most comprehensive health care system in Georgia

    ■    Emory University Hospital, 605 beds (bed count will increase by 128 with the opening of a new tower in 2017)

    ■    Emory University Hospital Midtown, 529 beds (includes 30 LTAC beds*)

    ■    Emory University Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital, 120 beds

    ■    Emory Rehabilitation Hospital, in partnership with Select Medical, 56 beds*

    ■    Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital, 410 beds

    ■    Emory Johns Creek Hospital, 110 beds

    ■    Emory University Hospital Smyrna, 88 beds

    ■    Emory Clinic, 2,000 physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other providers, with offices throughout the city and state

    ■    Emory Wesley Woods Campus (includes Emory University Hospital at Wesley  Woods and Budd Terrace, a 250-bed skilled nursing care facililty)

    ■    Emory Specialty Associates, outreach physician group practice organization with locations throughout the city and state

    ■    Emory Healthcare Network, network of physicians and hospitals formed to improve care coordination and quality outcomes and to control costs for patients and the community

*Emory Healthcare is a majority partner in a joint venture with Select Medical for rehabilitation medicine and a minority partner in a joint venture with Select Medical for long-term acute care (LTAC), with 88 LTAC beds in three hospitals.

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, 278 beds, Emory campus, staffed by Emory and private practice physicians, with Emory providing 95% of care

    ■    Children’s at Hughes Spalding, 24 beds, Grady Hospital campus, staffed by Emory, Morehouse, and private practice physicians, with Emory providing 75% of care

    ■    Children’s at Scottish Rite, 273 beds, staffed by Emory and private practice physicians

■    Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 445 hospital beds, including 120 nursing home beds, 12 psychiatric residential rehab beds, and 40 domiciliary beds; staffed by 300 Emory physicians, who provide the majority of physician care