Where We Work
Division of Hospital Medicine faculty work at six locations in the metro Atlanta area. The locations are:
- Emory University Hospital
- Emory University Hospital Midtown
- Emory Johns Creek Hospital
- Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital
- Grady Memorial Hopsital
- Atlanta VA Medical Center
Emory University Hospital (EUH) is located next door to the Emory University School of Medicine and offers ample teaching opportunities with housestaff and other student learners.
It houses 853 licensed beds (651 in service), 35 hospitalist physicians and seven APP's, a closed ICU, and nocturnist support.
EUH serves a wide range of patients and treats typical community medical problems to highly technical quarternary care issues.
Emory University Hospital Midtown (EUHM) is a large academic and community hospital in the heart of midtown Atlanta. It serves a diverse patient population with complex clinical illnesses.
It houses 529 licensed beds (459 in service), 32 hospitalist physicians and 12 APP's, 24/7 specialty support, a closed ICU, and nocturnist support.
EUHM offers opportunities to work with medical and PA students or join the teaching service with medical residents. There are ample opportunities here to find your niche in education, clincal care, or QI/research.
Emory Johns Creek Hospital (EJCH) is located in a growing suburb of Atlanta and treats a diverse patient population.
It houses 110 licensed beds (107 in service), 16 hospitalist physicians and 4 APP's, 24/7 specialty support, a closed ICU, and nocturnist support.
The Division of Hospital Medicine is actively involved in research, QI projects, and physician assistant teaching at EJCH.
The Chief Medical Officer and Chief Quality Officer are both hospitalists at EJCH, which cultivates close relationships between physicians and staff.
Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital (ESJH), the oldest hospital in Atlanta, is a community magnet hospital located in metro Atlanta. It serves a diverse patient population with a strong focus on geriatric care.
ESJH houses 410 licensed beds (278 in service), 27 hospitalist physicians, 24/7 specialty support, a close ICU, and nocturnist support.
At ESJC, there are numerous opportunities to participate in a QI project or become a member of a hospital subcommittee. There are also teaching opportunities with physician assistant students and pharmacy residents.
Grady Memorial Hospital is the 5th largest public hospital in the United States. It is a level 1 trauma center with a wide variety of patients and complex pathologies.
Grady houses 953 licensed beds, 26 hospitalists and 3 APP's, a closed ICU, and nocturnist support.
Division of Hospital Medicine faculty began seeing patients at Grady in July 2017.
The Atlana VA Medical Center (VAMC) is a large academic hospital near Emory University Hospital dedicated to serving the nation's veterans.
The Atlanta VAMC houses 285 inpatient beds, 13 hospital medicine physicians (including 2 nocturnists), 24/7 specialty support, and closed ICU's.
Division of Hospital Medicine faculty frequently participate in the supervision and teaching of residents and students while attending on traditional academic medicine teams combined with individualized direct patient care when rotating onto hospital medicine teams.
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