Piedmont Healthcare, Inc., along with its subsidiaries, owns and operates a network of hospitals, physician offices, and specialty centers in Atlanta and North Georgia. It offers services in the areas of heart, cancer, primary care, neurology, women’s health, brain tumor, urology, emergency, bariatrics, breast health, diabetes, imaging, orthopedic, rehabilitation, research, pulmonology, robotic surgery, sleep, spine, surgical, urgent care, wound care and hyperbaric, and transplant services. Piedmont Healthcare, Inc. was formerly known as Piedmont Medical Center, Inc. The company was founded in 1905 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia. It has hospitals and health care centers in Atlanta, Fayette...
1968 Peachtree Road NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
Founded in 1905
Piedmont Healthcare Announces Board Changes
Aug 19 15
Piedmont Healthcare elected Janine Brown as chair of its board. Brown succeeds Dr. Patrick Battey, who was named co-president and CEO of Piedmont Atlanta Hospital in January 2015. The company also added Tye Darland, senior vice president, general counsel and secretary of Georgia-Pacific, and Dr. Todd Schmidt, orthopedic surgeon at Piedmont Henry and Piedmont Fayette hospitals, to its board of directors.
Piedmont Medical Center Wins Approval for Fort Mill Hospital
Dec 15 14
Piedmont Medical Center has gained S.C. approval - for the third time - to build a hospital in Fort Mill. On December 15, 2014, the S.C. Administrative Law Court filed an amended final order that awarded a certificate of need for the long-discussed hospital to Piedmont Medical. Piedmont plans to build a $147 million, 100-bed hospital off S.C. Highway 160 at U.S. Highway 21. The new facility - coupled with the recent completion of an emergency department expansion in Rock Hill and progress with the system's physician recruitment efforts - gives a foundation to support future growth. Approval to construct the hospital was initially awarded to Piedmont Medical, but that decision was overturned in favor of Carolinas HealthCare in 2011. In April, that decision was reversed, awarding approval to Piedmont for the second time.