Authorization of Treatment
Service Chief - Dr. Jada Bussey-Jones
Grady’s Neighborhood Health Centers offer primary care and more for men and women of all ages. Primary care is having one doctor (or clinic) for all of your general healthcare needs. It is an important part of staying healthy. Grady’s primary care doctors offer complete care for all parts of your body and for most diseases. If your doctor feels you need to see a specialist, they will refer you to one.
Our primary care physicians and staff manage many common chronic illnesses, such as:
In addition, our disease management and treatment services include:
If You are Sick
If you are sick and need to see the doctor, call the center. A nurse may ask you a few questions that will help them decide how soon you need to be seen. If it is a weekend or holiday, call the Grady’s Advice Nurse at (404) 616-0600 (available 24 hours a day)."
Adult Primary Care, Procedure (Injection) Clinic, Congestive Heart Clinic, Women’s Health, Palliative Care, Liver Clinic, Infectious Disease Clinic, Endocrine
On-site Facilities: Pharmacy, Lab, X-Ray
What We Treat
Butler Street Parking Deck is located at 92 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SE and is attached to the Main Grady campus. The deck is open 24 hours a day; seven days a week. Enter the parking deck on Jesse Hill Jr. Drive. Parking is $1 for every 20 minutes - up to a maximum of $5 per 24-hour period. Pay upon exit using cash, credit or debit card. Click here for directions.
Make the most of your time with your doctor by being prepared. Print directions and any needed forms before you arrive. Make sure you write down any questions you have so you can discuss any concerns with your doctor.
At Grady Health System, we continually evaluate how we practice medicine. We believe our community is entitled to quality healthcare. To provide that kind of care, an organization needs to embrace practice and process improvements based on scientific evidence and by listening to the public. Our leadership team, staff members, volunteers and patients actively participate in the process of quality improvement. It is the responsibility of everyone on a healthcare team to help create a culture of quality.[More]