At Grady Health System, we are driven by our commitment to providing quality, comprehensive healthcare in a compassionate, culturally competent, ethical and fiscally responsible manner. Fiscal responsibility begins with our procurement process and our efforts to secure the highest quality products and services that provide Grady and its patient’s the greatest value possible.
From our workforce, to our patients and our community, we consider diversity one of our greatest resources. Grady has a strong commitment to the inclusion of all suppliers in our procurement activities. We encourage you to register with so that we can explore opportunities to do business together.
Grady improves the health of the community by providing quality, comprehensive healthcare in a compassionate, culturally competent, ethical and fiscally responsible manner. Those goals are supported by acquiring the best value for purchased materials, goods and services, while maintaining the highest ethical standards and facilitating the inclusion of diverse suppliers.
Grady encourages third-party certification so that we can validate diverse business ownership. The preferred certification agencies and affiliates are:
We encourage Diverse Suppliers interested in doing business with Grady Health System to register through our supplier database. To begin, click HERE.
Supply Chain Management functions by strategically sourcing quality goods and services across all major spend categories, effectively managing supplier relationships and realizing contracted performance and cost savings throughout the health system.[More]
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]