Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
The system includes Emory Clinic, a physician practice of more than 600 doctors, including primary care physicians, specialists and sub-specialists with over ten primary care and multi-specialty health care centers located throughout the city. In Atlanta, Emory Healthcare also encompasses Emory University Hospital, Emory University Hospital Midtown, Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital, Emory Johns Creek Hospital, Emory Wesley Woods, our geriatric specialty center and geriatric hospital, Emory University Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital, and Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, the only facility in Georgia designated by the National Cancer Institute. There are also over 64 affiliated hospitals located throughout Georgia.
Emory Clinic has over ten primary care and multi-specialty health care centers located throughout Atlanta, including the main clinic buildings, A & B, located on the grounds of Emory University campus.
If you are a physician with a question or a referral, please call Emory Healthcare's new Physician Consult Line at 1-800-22-EMORY.
- Emory University Hospital
- Emory University Hospital Midtown
- Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital
- Emory Johns Creek Hospital
- Wesley Woods Geriatric Hospital
- Emory University Orthopaedics & Spine Hospital
- Children's Health Care of Atlanta
- Emory John's Creek Hospital
- Grady Memorial Hospital
- Veterans Administration Medical Center
- and many other hospitals throughout the region
The physicians of Emory Clinic represent a broad spectrum of specialty areas and primary care. Emory emerged as a leading cardiac center in the 1950s, and the Emory Heart & Vascular Center is consistently considered one of the top ten in the nation according to U.S. News and World Report.
We are also specially recognized as a center for cancer care at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, for ophthalmology at the Emory Eye Center, and for orthopaedics and neuroscience.
The Emory Transplant Center is known globally for innovations in the field. The transplant centers specialize in heart, islets, lung, liver, pancreas and kidney transplants.
Physicians who wish to refer their patients or admit them to an Emory Healthcare hospital should contact the Emory Physician Consult Line at 1-800-22-EMORY (Please note this phone number is for physicians only).
Heart Transfer Service 1-800-43 EMORY (1-800-433-6679) (Please note this phone number is for physicians only).
Patients requiring more information should call Emory HealthConnectionSM at 404-778-7777 or, outside of Atlanta, 1-800-75-EMORY.
If you have any questions regarding your Medicare insurance coverage, please contact your insurance carrier. If you need us to help you understand your coverage, please call our HealthConnectionSM information line 404-778-7777 or outside Atlanta, 1-800-75-EMORY (6679).
Medicare Patients: For assistance comparing and choosing a Medicare plan accepted by Emory Healthcare, contact the Medicare Insurance Helpline, serviced by MedicareCompareUSA, by calling toll-free 855-256-1501.
Learn more about Emory Medicare Resources (link to the new microsite)
For more information about Emory Healthcare facilities that are closer to your home, call the Emory HealthConnectionSM at 404-778-7777 or, outside of Atlanta, 1-800-75-EMORY.
The Emory Physician Consult Line number is: 1-800-22-EMORY (1-800-223-6679).
If you have further questions or suggestions, call Emory HealthConnection at 404-778-7777.
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