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  • masked doctor listens to masked patient's heart beat
    Primary care providers don’t just treat you when you’re sick—they help keep you well. Learn how you can benefit from preventive medicine at Emory Healthcare.
  • doctors chatting in a hospital
    Emory’s Kidney Transplant Program was recognized as no. 6 in the nation for adult volume in 2018. Learn about our experience and dedication to patients.
  • woman sits at table and checks her  blood sugar
    Emory Healthcare’s Dr. Echols discusses Type 1 and 2 diabetes, risk factors, preventive measures, diet, treatments, and disease management.
  • Emory Veterans Program Patient
    After years of unsuccessfully managing symptoms of PTSD on his own, Trent reached out to the Emory Healthcare Veterans Program for help.
  • Close-Up of Young Man With Medical Equipment in Bed at Hospital Ward
    Epilepsy patients can benefit from more treatment options and better outcomes than ever before. The Emory Epilepsy Center is advancing care.
  • Man walking in the forest
    There are many misconceptions about PTSD. Emory Healthcare Veterans Program explains it's possible to heal invisible wounds through evidence-based treatment.
  • Atlanta Vibe Pro Volleyball Team
    The Pro Volleyball Federation’s Atlanta Vibe has announced a multi-year partnership with Emory Healthcare, made official by both organizations today.
  • Close of belly of a girl with liver transplant scars
    Emory Transplant Center performs its first HIV to HIV kidney transplant, made possible by the HIV Organ Policy Equity (HOPE) Act.
  • man in car
    Most servicemembers will have some type of adjustment period after returning home from deployment. For each person the process is different depending on different variables during and after deployment.
  • Primary Care from a Geriatric Specialist
    Learn how primary care providers who have special training and interest in geriatrics meet the needs of older adults at Emory Healthcare.
  • Woman holding her stomach in pain
    What many call the stomach flu is actually norovirus. Learn the causes, symptoms and where to go for treatment.
  • emory heart and vascular transcatheter aortic valve replacement (tavr) patient john
    Instead of open-heart surgery, John had a minimally invasive procedure called TAVR. Just three days after his procedure, he was back at work.
  • doctor on facetime video with patient
    With Stacy facing liver failure during COVID-19, she needed help. Thanks to Emory Connected telehealth Stacy received a new liver in just 17 days.
  • Allergies
    Pollen counts can rise as early as mid-February in warmer climates. Know where to go for allergies and more serious infections.
  • Real Patients, Real Stories
    Devin, a kidney transplant patient with the Emory Kidney Transplant Program, describes his experience growing up with kidney disease.
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    Get the facts about prostate cancer – and talk to your doctor about screening, risk reduction, and treatment. Learn more in this Q&A.
  • A masked family visiting their primary care physician
    Need a new primary care provider? Knowing the difference between a family medicine and an internal medicine provider is a great place to start.
  • A computer with displaying an online family gathering
    Discover safe, fun and memorable ways to enjoy your favorite holiday traditions without putting yourself and others at risk for COVID-19.
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  • artistic rendering of a pancreas
    Pancreatic cancer is a very aggressive disease that is prone to metastasizing or spreading. Learn 5 warning signs of this digestive disease.