Piedmont Hospital

Piedmont Hospital, an acute-care tertiary facility, is located in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia.

Since its opening in 1905, the private, nonprofit hospital has been a pioneer in medical, surgical, and diagnostic services.

The 500-bed hospital, ranked among Solucient's 100 top hospitals in the United States, extends its services in the fields of cardiovascular, cancer care, women's health, business health, sleep disorders, orthopedics, pelvic health, neuroscience, maternity, and breast health.

A complete range of diagnostic, spiritual, emergency, and transplant services also are available.

The Cancer Program, approved by the American College of Surgeons, offers innovative cancer care to the patients. The Women’s Center serves as a leading women’s care provider in Atlanta.

The Center for Rehabilitation Medicine, accredited by Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, is a 25-bed inpatient facility devoted to treating stroke, multiple trauma, multiple sclerosis, neurological disorders, hip fractures, femur fractures, and other debilitating medical conditions.

In addition, the hospital offers a range of outpatient rehabilitation services at Piedmont Hospital’s Physicians Group satellite offices in Cascade, Roswell Road, and Vinings.

Sauls Memorial Library provides access to medical and related sciences. The Nicholas E. Davies Community Health Information Center, located at the library, offers comprehensive information to patients.

Piedmont Hospital's Health and Fitness Center features modern cardiovascular and strength training equipment, mirrored exercise rooms, lap pool, therapy pool, and locker and shower facilities.

The hospital's Sixty-Plus Older Adult Services, established in 1987, aims to encourage and support senior citizens. Support groups, work shops, and classes are conducted.

Further, the hospital engages in educational seminars, lectures, and health fairs.