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Emory Johns Creek Hospital

Emory Johns Creek Hospital

The only hospital located in Johns Creek, Emory Johns Creek Hospital serves the residents and businesses of the City, and also parts of Gwinnett County and south Forsyth County.

A 110-bed, all-private room hospital, Emory Johns Creek Hospital offers a full range of services, including Emergency Services staffed with board certified, emergency physicians, surgery, cardiology, oncology, advanced imaging capabilities and intensive care.

Emory Johns Creek is home to The Birth Place and the Atlanta Bariatric Center, and is one of Johns Creek's largest employers.

The hospital is owned and operated by Emory Healthcare. Emory Healthcare is the clinical arm of the Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center of Emory University, whose component, Emory University School of Medicine, is one of the world's premier medical education institutions.

Located within the mixed-used, master planned community of Technology Park/Johns Creek, Emory Johns Creek Hospital is at 6325 Hospital Parkway, just south of the intersection of Medlock Bridge Road and McGinnis Ferry Road.

Phone:  678-474-7000

Other area hospitals

  • Gwinnett Medical Center-Duluth is located at 3620 Howell Ferry Road in Duluth, just off Pleasant Hill Road and just east of GA 141.

    Phone:  678-312-6800

  • Northside Hospital-Forsyth is located at 1200 Northside Forsyth Drive in Cumming, just south of the Buford Highway exit from GA 400/Highway 19.

    Phone:  770-844-3200

  • North Fulton Regional Hospital is the only Level II Trauma Center in North Fulton. It is located just off Highway 9/Alpharetta Highway at 3000 Hospital Boulevard in Roswell.

    Phone:  770-751-2500


  • Call Center: 678-512-3200


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