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Emory Decatur Hospital, Emory Hillandale Hospital and Emory Long-Term Acute Care are part of the not-for-profit Emory Healthcare system.

Founded in 1961, Emory Decatur Hospital is an integral member of the community, offering a variety of premier services, including joint replacement, surgical weight loss, mammography, cancer treatment, heartburn solutions, a Medical Fitness Association Certified wellness center, and more. The Maternity Center is the first in Georgia to receive the international “Baby-Friendly” hospital designation. We are also a certified Primary Stroke Center.

As a not-for-profit hospital health care provider, we receive no tax support from local, state or federal governments. Click here to view our Community Health Needs Assessments.

Facts and Figures

Beds: 627 licensed beds within the Emory Decatur Hospital (EDH), Emory Hillandale Hospital (EHH) and Emory Long-Term Acute Care (LTAC) operating unit
* 451 at Emory Decatur Hospital, 100 at Emory Hillandale and 76 at Emory Long-Term Acute Care

Annual Admissions: 24,736

Emory Decatur and Emory Hillandale Hospitals

Emergency Visits: 130,106

Outpatient Visits: 560,176

* Statistics based on the System's 2017 fiscal year end.


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