- Services: Advanced Wound Healing Center, Behavioral Health Services, Cancer Care, Cardiology Services, Critical Care Services, Diabetes Care, Emergency Services, Hospitalist Services, Imaging and Diagnostic Services, Neurological Services, Occupational Health Services, Orthopaedic and Spine Services, Primary Care, Surgical Service, Women's Services
- Teaching: No
- Certifications: 2016 Pulmonary Care Excellence Award, Joint Commission Accreditation, Chest Pain Center Accreditation, 2010 & 2011 Joint Commission Top Performing Hospital on Key Quality Measures for Heart Attack, Heart Failure, Pneumonia and Surgical Care, 1 of only 4 Hospitals in Georgia to earn Disease Specific Care Advanced Inpatient Diabetes Certification, 2012 Gold Seal Accreditation in Mammography by the American College of Radiology
- Type: Acute Care Hospitals
- Ownership: Proprietary
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Case Management (CM)
Director of Case Management and CDI
coworkers and interdisciplinary teams were extraordinary Other directors were very supportive. Development of new leaders is encouraged and provided with a divisional development program
staffing, as is often the case, is a problem. Case Management in general has an ill defined roll therefore we have a hard time making the mark with ancillary services towards reconciling the patient/provider/family expectations and the realistic expectations based on the patient choice.
Case Management (CM)
Friendly staff, held to high standards of care as set by HCA, Physician interaction is good, especially with hospitalists and physician advisor
Pay - struggles to recruit and keep RN's due to competitive pay in ATL area, Continuing needs to staff to needs of the community and patient needs
Great team work amongst nurses. Busy
Emergency Room (ER)
It's an unsafe environment. Too many patients to one nurse and no thought is given to the acuity level of the patients you have.
Medical-Surgical (MS, Med-Surg)
I came here on a travel assignment and it is a great first travel experience.
i'm not staff, just doing a contract but wouldn't want to work there after seeing how mgmt doesn't really help when problems are addressed. can easily why they're having difficulty maintaining sufficient staff
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