Guide To Gwinnett: Hospitals Guide To Gwinnett: Hospitals

Guide To Gwinnett: Hospitals

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Last modified: October 14, 2016
Gwinnett residents have excellent access to the highest quality of medical care, starting with the county’s two major hospital systems — Gwinnett Medical Center... Guide To Gwinnett: Hospitals

g2g2016-Hospitals-gridGwinnett residents have excellent access to the highest quality of medical care, starting with the county’s two major hospital systems — Gwinnett Medical Center and Eastside Medical Center.

GMC is a 553-bed, not-for-profit healthcare network that provides a wide array of high-quality services and facilities, with hospitals in Lawrenceville (main campus) and Duluth, plus specialty centers in Hamilton Mill, Johns Creek, Snellville, and Sugar Hill. Gwinnett Medical Center offers health and treatment plans for more than a hundred different illnesses and diseases.

Eastside Medical Center is a 310-bed, multi-campus system of care offering comprehensive medical and surgical programs including cardiovascular, neurosciences, oncology, orthopedics, rehabilitation, maternity with neonatal intensive care, behavioral health and bariatric. Located in Snellville, Eastside also has specialty centers and facilities in Loganville, Conyers, Dacula and Duluth.

Gwinnett is also served by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA), a nationally recognized pediatric healthcare center that includes the AFLAC Cancer Center.  CHOA’s main campus is located in Dunwoody, but it operates seven locations in the Gwinnett area, ranging from urgent care services to children’s cardiac care.

There are several hospital systems located just outside of Gwinnett who serve residents, including Northeast Georgia Medical Center, Northside – Forsyth Hospital, and DeKalb Medical Center.

Northeast Georgia Health System (NGHS), a not-for-profit system, recently opened a new 100-bed, 119-acre campus in Braselton to serve patients in a closer location than its main campus in Gainesville. Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Braselton offers heart services, vascular services, orthopedics, neurosciences, cancer treatment, surgery, emergency services, obstetrical services and NICU care.

Part of the Northside Hospital Healthcare System, Northside Hospital-Forsyth offers a full range of services including cancer care and radiation oncology, cardiology, ophthalmology, gynecology, bariatric surgery and a stroke center, to name just a few.  Northside-Forsyth is a not-for-profit hospital.

DeKalb Medical Center serves patients from three hospitals, DeKalb Medical Main, Hillandale and downtown Decatur.  A not-for-profit system, DeKalb Medical Center offers a comprehensive array of services and specialties and also has a number of physician groups located within Gwinnett County.

 

6 Major Hospitals to Know:

Gwinnett Medical Center
678-312-1000
1000 Medical Center Blvd
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
gwinnettmedicalcenter.org

Eastside Medical Center
770-979-0200
1700 Medical Way
Snellville GA, 30078
eastsidemedical.com

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
404-785-5437
1001 Johnson Ferry Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30342-1605
choa.org

Northeast Georgia Health System
Braselton
770-848-8000
1400 River Pl.
Braselton, GA, 30517
nghs.com

Northside Hospital
Forsyth
770-844-3200
1200 Northside Forsyth Drive
Cumming, GA 30041
northside.com/forsyth

Dekalb Medical
404-501-1000
2701 North Decatur Road
Decatur, GA 30033
dekalbmedical.org

 

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