Where We Practice

Emory Department of Medicine faculty members staff three hospital centers within Atlanta. To learn more about the services offered at each or to schedule an appointment with a faculty member there, please use the contact information below for each health care institution.

The region’s most comprehensive academic health care system. The Department of Medicine comprises the largest group of faculty in the Emory Healthcare system.

Where Emory faculty and residents provide the majority of physician care for the veterans served and attract millions of dollars in research funding to the Atlanta VA each year.

Grady is a public hospital in downtown Atlanta, where Emory faculty and residents provide 80 percent of physician care.

Schedule an Appointment/Refer a Patient

  • Emory Healthcare: Call Emory HealthConnection at 404-778-7777 or 800-75-EMORY. 
  • Grady Health System: Visit the Grady website for contact information for a specific clinic.
  • Atlanta VA Medical Center: If you are eligible to schedule an appointment at the Atlanta Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center, please visit the VA website to obtain contact information for a specific clinic.


Clinical Specialties

Department of Medicine faculty care for patients in the following clinical specialties. Visit each division-specific page to learn more about each location and to make an appointment.

Cardiology

Digestive Diseases

Endocrinology

General Medicine and Geriatrics

Section of Geriatrics and Gerontology

Hospital Medicine

Infectious Diseases

Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine

Renal Medicine

Rheumatology

This center includes three schools, a national primate research center, a cancer institute, a global health institute, and the most comprehensive health care system in the state.

The Department of Medicine is committed to delivering high quality care to patients as well as equipping our faculty and learners with the skills to lead in quality improvement.

Emory's exceptional faculty and access to a large and diverse patient population provide residents and fellows with unique training opportunities in clinical care, research, and education.