Primary Care Centers
Keeping Care Safe
For most people, annual screenings and routine health checks are on the must-do list every year. But the COVID-19 pandemic turned plans and schedules upside down in 2020. We’re doing our part to keep everyone’s care safe. Now, it’s time to make health check-ups a priority again.
Whether it’s a primary care visit at the hospital or an appointment at one of our neighborhood health centers, we’ve got COVID-19 safety precautions in place. We’re following CDC recommendations requiring masks, temperature checks, and enhanced cleaning to protect both patients and staff. We’ve also reduced the number of in-person appointments to ensure proper social distancing.
What We Treat
We offer a full array of services.
Locations and Directions
There are several easy ways to can access Grady’s primary care services. If you are sick and need to see a doctor, you can contact one of our neighborhood centers. A nurse may ask you a few questions that will help them decide how quickly you need to be seen. The neighborhood centers include:
Every hospital treats patients. At Grady, we strive to treat them better, more efficiently, and more effectively. Our mission to care for all who need us attracts physicians from across the nation. They are drawn here by the knowledge that we test the limits of medicine by innovating existing standards of care, researching cutting-edge drugs and therapies, and exploring novel treatments.
Our zeal for innovation has given Grady a national reputation for medical advancement in areas like cancer, burn, stroke, diabetes, infectious diseases, women’s health, sickle cell, and other conditions cared for by specialists in our centers of excellence. Access to all of these accredited practices is available to every Grady patient, and our collegial environment means that specialists routinely help to care for their colleagues’ patients.
Though clinicians are drawn by Grady’s reputation, most are employed by the Emory and Morehouse schools of medicine, which staff our medical services. Grady is one of a handful of U.S. health systems whose patients are cared for by faculty members of two medical schools. This reinforces our commitment to ongoing innovation.