Northeast Georgia Medical Center (NGMC) is a 557-bed acute care hospital in Gainesville, Georgia, and serves as the major participating site for the residency program. NGMC serves as a regional tertiary referral center with level II trauma designation, serving over 1,400 trauma patients per year.
Since 1951, Northeast Georgia Medical Center (NGMC) has been on a mission of improving the health of our community in all we do. With hospitals located in Gainesville, Braselton, Winder and Dahlonega, the four NGMC campuses have a total of more than 750 beds and more than 1,200 medical staff members representing more than 60 specialties. NGMC is part of Northeast Georgia Health System, a non-profit that cares for more than one million people across more than 19 counties.
- Medical Library available to residents and faculty with study areas, computer workspace and resources available 24/7.
- Resident work areas with computer access work stations 24/7 available in the North Patient Tower and the Trauma/Acute Care Surgery Clinic.
- Simulation laboratory available 24/7 in GME area.
- Emergency room
- Outpatient surgery clinics
- Operating room
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Grady Memorial Hospital is a regional American Burn Association verified burn center. Located in Atlanta, Grady is licensed for 953 beds and has an annual inpatient volume of nearly 30,000 admissions. Residents will complete a burn rotation at the Grady Burn Center, with Emory medical faculty supervising NGMC residents.
Site Director: Dr. Ravi Rajani
For the past 85 years, Stephens County Hospital has been a trusted name in the community, striving for excellence and delivering professional and compassionate care. Our dedicated staff of approximately 475 employees has a heart for healthcare and realizes how precious the gift of good health can be.
Stephens County Hospital is a 96-bed acute care hospital located in Toccoa, Georgia. We are nestled in the beautiful foothills of Northeast Georgia where our family-oriented community offers many cultural and civic opportunities as well as numerous outdoor activities. Toccoa is also the home of the Currahee Military Museum highlighting the historic Camp Toccoa on Currahee Mountain. Camp Toccoa is where 18,000 soldiers of the 501st, 506th, 511th, and 517th Parachute Infantry Regiment trained during World War II.