Emory School of Medicine is a key part of Atlanta's healthcare hub, which enables us to tackle global health issues while also serving patients right here at home.

We’re a member of one of the most comprehensive health systems in the world, with connections to research institutes, government agencies, non-profits, and commercial partners that offer endless opportunities for innovation.

Our team members have access to a huge range of training and research opportunities, academic studies, collaborations, and the uniquely diverse patient population of Metro Atlanta — a combination of resources that you won't find anywhere else.

Clinical Experience at Emory

Hospitals and Clinical Care

Emory faculty members provide clinical care at these localĀ facilities, in addition to their research that improves healthcare for patients everywhere.

One of the largest pediatric centers in the country, providing specialized care to more than half a million children and teens every year

A network of seven hospitals and more than 200 practice locations where Emory researchers and educators provide clinical services to the public

One of the largest public hospitals in the Southeast with a Level I trauma center and several specialty treatment centers

A hospital uniquely positioned to address the healthcare challenges faced by veterans of U.S. military service

Area Partners

Our location helps us foster relationships with other organizations in Greater Atlanta's biomedical community, such as the American Cancer Society, the Carter Center, and many private and state agencies. Here are some of our biggest partners.

Government agency located right next door to Emory University that collaborates with us on many research projects and consulting partnerships

Emory School of Medicine and Georgia Tech share a Biomedical Engineering Department that's ranked #2 in the U.S.

A non-profit that helps university researchers create start-up companies based on their discoveries and get them to the public sooner

A neighboring medical school we partner with for teaching, research, and training initiatives and whose physicians work alongside ours at several area hospitals

Other Woodruff Health Sciences Center Components

In addition to our public clinical care facilities at Emory Healthcare and the School of Medicine, these programs are also part of Emory's Woodruff Health Sciences Center

Ranked #4 in the U.S., Emory's nursing school offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees to more than 500 students

School offering graduate degrees in public health areas like bioinformatics, epidemiology, and health policy

The only comprehensive cancer center in Georgia, as designated by the National Cancer Institute

Conducts basic science and translational research to support development of new treatments and diagnostic methods for humans