• Grady Memorial Hospital
    Grady Health System is one of the largest public hospitals in the US and the only level one trauma center within a 100-mile radius. Located downtown near the campus of Georgia State University, Grady is considered to be one of the premier public hospitals in the Southern United States. Accredited by The Joint Commission, Grady Health System is an internationally recognized teaching hospital staffed exclusively by doctors from the Emory University and Morehouse schools of medicine. Remarkably, 25 percent of all doctors practicing medicine in Georgia have received some or all of their training at Grady.
  • Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
    Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, a not-for-profit healthcare organization, was formed in 1998 when Egleston Children’s Health Care System and Scottish Rite Children’s Medical Center merged. Both hospitals maintained their original locations, but the merger brought together Egleston’s teaching and research strengths with Scottish Rite’s successful private-practice model. In February 2006 Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta assumed responsibility for the management of services at Hughes Spalding Children’s Hospital, located in downtown Atlanta at Grady Memorial Hospital. Children’s, a pediatric-accredited hospital, offers family-centered care while providing specialized medical procedures and supplies, age-appropriate play therapy, psychosocial support and a hospital-based school program. A continuing medical education program helps community healthcare providers stay abreast of advances in clinical care. With more than half a million annual patient visits in 2008, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is one of the country’s leading pediatric healthcare providers.
  • AFLAC Cancer Center
    The Aflac Cancer Center is committed to providing our pediatric patients a brighter future through advanced medical treatment, family-centered care, a child-friendly environment and innovative research. Directed by pediatric hematologists/oncologists, our multidisciplinary team offers children and families the emotional, physical and spiritual support they need. Recognized as one of the top childhood cancer centers in the country by U.S.News & World Report, the Aflac Cancer Center treats more than 350 new cancer patients each year and follows more than 2,500 patients with sickle cell disease, hemophilia and other blood disorders.
  • Sibley Heart Center
    Sibley Heart Center Cardiology is a group of 40 pediatric cardiologists. At the Children’s Sibley Heart Center, these physicians provide comprehensive services for kids from birth to age 21, including prenatal, with congenital or acquired heart defects. In addition, the physicians provide services in 18 outpatient locations and 40 hospitals throughout Georgia.
  • Marcus Institute
    The Marcus Institute for Development and Learning is a charitable, not-for-profit organization that provides information, services, and programs to people with developmental disabilities and their families, as well as those who live and work with them. Integrated clinical, behavioral, educational, and family support services are available through this single organization.
  • Georgia Poison Control Center
    The Georgia Poison Control Center provides immediate assistance to parents who know or suspect their child has ingested a poisonous substance, or for callers who want information about environmental and toxicological concerns. The control center is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by registered pharmacists and nurses certified in poison information.