Specialty Services at Emory University Hospital Midtown | Atlanta, GA

By: Emory Healthcare  09-12-2011
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Emory University Hospital Midtown is dedicated to providing excellence in medicine. Our patients truly benefit from the advances in treatment available only at a teaching hospital. But even as technology and clinical expertise help us diagnose and treat disease more effectively than ever before, we have not lost sight of the greater part of our mission: to care for patients and their families with concern not only for their illnesses, but also for their mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. Emory University Hospital Midtown offers expertise in many areas and we'll be glad to provide you information about particular specialties. Meanwhile, here are a few highlights.

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