Emory University Hospital Midtown (EUHM) is a community-based, tertiary, acute care teaching facility located in the heart of midtown Atlanta. It is approved for 511 beds, and is staffed by 1,175 Emory School of Medicine faculty and 451 private practice physicians. EUHM has 68 ICU beds, in addition to 11 beds in a level III neonatal ICU.
As the hub of Emory Otolaryngology, EUHM houses the Emory Voice Center; Emory Sinus, Nasal, and Allergy Center; the Neurotology and Head and Neck Surgery divisions; and our state of the art temporal bone and sinus dissection laboratory, a vital resource for our residents and fellows.
Residents rotating at EUHM are on the sinus, otology, laryngology, or head and neck services. The head and neck rotation encompasses the busy free-flap reconstruction, endocrine surgery, and TORS practices with four fellowship-trained head and neck surgeons. Three fellowship-trained neurotologists cover the breadth of otology services, including a dizziness and balance center and an audiology department.
While rotating at the Emory Voice Center, residents refine skills in the diagnosis and management of laryngeal pathology and voice disorders. The Sinus, Nasal, and Allergy Center allows for a focused resident experience in the management of chronic rhino-sinusitis, cosmetic and functional nasal concerns, allergic disease including immunotherapy, and cutting-edge endoscopic management of skull base tumors and cerebrospinal fluid leaks. Fellows are a vital component of our head and neck, laryngology, rhinology, and speech education components and primarily operate out of this campus.
Located on the campus of Emory University, Emory University Hospital (EUH) is a 605-bed adult tertiary care hospital. Staffed exclusively by faculty of the Emory School of Medicine who are also members of the Emory Clinic, EUH is consistently rated as one of the nation's top hospitals. It houses inpatient wards and intensive care units, clinic space, inpatient operating rooms, and an ambulatory surgery center. Annually, EUH sees over 20,000 admissions per year and treats over 150,000 outpatients.
Select otology/neurosurgery combined cases and a strong skull base surgery section occur on this campus. Residents obtain comprehensive exposure to transphenoidal cases, complex neurotology cases, and a degree of general otolaryngology at this location.
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) services more than half a million patients annually and operates three hospitals in metro-Atlanta. CHOA at Egleston is located on Emory's main campus. The hospital underwent extensive renovation and expansion, which was completed in 2008. It is a tertiary care academic referral center and the major pediatric trauma center in the region, representing all pediatric medical and surgical specialties.
Emory clinicians provide 95% of care at the facility. Residents rotating at Egleston manage inpatients on the service as well as a busy consult service covering the spectrum of pediatric otologic and aerodigestive disease.
The Atlanta VA Medical Canter is located only minutes from Emory University Hospital. It is staffed by 250 Emory physicians that provide virtually all physician care. As one of eight hospitals in the VA Southeast Network, the VA's goal is to provide affordable, quality healthcare to our nation's veterans.
Residents rotating at the VA run the inpatient and outpatient services and manage a broad scope of benign and malignant ear, nose, and throat problems. In the process, they work particularly closely with a large and comprehensive audiology department in the management of age-related and traumatic hearing loss.
Grady Memorial Hospital was opened in 1892 with the concerns of its namesake, Henry W. Grady, in mind. As editor of the Atlanta Constitution, he expressed dismay over the lack of quality health care for Atlanta's poor, and Grady maintains its commitment to the underserved of Fulton and Dekalb counties while offering comprehensive care to all citizens of metro-Atlanta and Georgia. World-renowned for its level I trauma center and emergency services, 85% of care at Grady is provided by Emory physicians, with the other 15% provided by Morehouse School of Medicine. Grady has 953 beds. It's annual service volume is more than 28,000 admissions and approximately 566,000 outpatient services.
Residents rotating at Grady are granted the supervised autonomy to run the inpatient and outpatient otolaryngology service. The scope of the service is broad, encompassing all aspects of benign and malignant disease of the head and neck in addition to management of trauma to the soft tissues and skeletal support of the face.
The Emory Aesthetic Center is an expansive space allowing for the full evaluation and treatment of facial plastic surgery patients in both in-office procedure rooms and an on-site ambulatory surgery center.
The entire spectrum of aesthetic surgical and non-surgical services are offered at the center, and our aesthetic surgeons collaborate with Emory dermatologists, otolaryngologists, ophthalmologists, and vascular surgeons. While rotating at the center, residents learn a comprehensive approach to the management of acquired and congenital cosmetic facial concerns.