Emory Healthcare, part of Emory University, is the most comprehensive academic health system in Georgia. Made up of 11 hospitals, the Emory Clinic, and more than 250 provider locations, the Emory Healthcare Network is the largest clinically integrated network in Georgia, with more than 2,800 physicians concentrating in 70 different subspecialties. Patients are always our priority, and we work every day to improve lives and provide hope to individuals and communities at home and throughout the world.
Our doctors, nurses, and clinicians — because they train and teach and do great science — have a broader perspective and can bring that to patient care with better outcomes. We are a fully integrated academic medical center here to serve both local communities and the world. The future definitely starts today, and the future is us.
Transforming Cancer Care
Improved clinical outcomes. Higher patient satisfaction. First of its kind. Welcome to Winship at Emory Midtown, a freestanding, full-service cancer hospital by Georgia’s only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University.
Set to open in spring 2023, Winship at Emory Midtown is conceived, designed and constructed to deliver a never-before-seen model of cancer care that bridges outpatient and inpatient care and integrates groundbreaking research into cancer preventions and treatments. Uniquely created to place patients at the center of collaborative cancer care teams, treatments and services, this next-generation cancer hospital is purpose-built to deliver an experience for each patient that is as personalized and advanced as the science of their care.
A Better Surgical Pavilion
A new surgical pavilion will be a space for physicians and nurses to effectively treat patients with the latest tools. Designed to support better patient experiences and optimal outcomes, this new facility will maximize the skill and talent of our physicians, nurses, and care teams. A new leading-edge surgical pavilion also will reduce costs, lower readmission rates, and provide greater access to the community.
Karen Law 11MR
Associate Vice Chair of Education
Associate Professor, Emory School of Medicine