Emory Healthcare, part of Emory University, is the most extensive health care system in Georgia. We are made up of 11 hospitals, the Emory Clinic, and more than 250 provider locations. The Emory Healthcare Network, established in 2011, is the largest clinically integrated network in Georgia, with more than 2,800 physicians concentrating in 70 different subspecialties.
It's your health and wellness that drives us to find new opportunities, new possibilities and new solutions to help you understand, manage and overcome your medical conditions.
Emory Healthcare is an integrated academic healthcare system committed to providing the best care for our patients, educating health professionals and leaders for the future, pursuing discovery research in all of its forms, including basic, clinical, and population-based research, and serving our community. As the clinical enterprise of the Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center of Emory University, Emory Healthcare is dedicated to the unifying core purpose, core values, and strategic direction of the Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center.
Improving the health of individuals and communities at home and throughout the world.
Be the leading academic health science center in transforming health and healing through education, discovery, prevention and care.
We exemplify excellence, innovation and collaboration.
We treat everyone with respect, caring, and compassion.
We embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion.
We steward our resources responsibly to optimize value.
We serve with integrity.
The U.S. News & World Report consistently recognizes the dedication of our providers and care team with top rankings of hospitals and programs, including:
No. 1 hospital in Georgia and metro Atlanta (2019-2020)
No. 2 hospital in Georgia and metro Atlanta (2019-2020)
No. 5 in Georgia; No. 4 in metro Atlanta (2019-2020)
Emory University in Atlanta is one of the world's leading centers for education and research. It has 150 years of medical education experience and is home to a vibrant community of students, faculty, and staff. About 14,000 students learn at Emory University each year. The university includes nine undergraduate and professional schools and Georgia's most extensive health care system and research base. Our academic programs educate clinicians and scientists who advance health care in Georgia and around the world.
Emory is one of the largest private employers in Atlanta, with more than 24,000 employees. We work to improve the quality of life throughout Georgia through partnerships with Grady Memorial Hospital, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and other organizations.
The Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center teaches health science students, including nurses, doctors, and public health officials. The Woodruff Health Sciences Center excels in health research, including forward-thinking cancer research. Patients at the Center benefit from Emory's medical expertise, along with family-centered, compassionate care.