Northside is so much more than just a hospital.
It’s an extensive network of state-of-the-art facilities staffed with skilled, caring professionals who are dedicated to the health and wellness of the communities they serve.
Specifically, the Northside Hospital system includes:
Northside Hospital-Atlanta (in Sandy Springs) opened in 1970. The original facility had 250 beds and has since been expanded to 537 beds.
In 1997, Northside Hospital-Cherokee (in Canton) was created through an agreement between R.T. Jones Regional Hospital and Northside Hospital, Inc. Today, the hospital has 84 beds. In 2011, Northside announced plans to replace the hospital with a new facility near I-575 at the Ga. Hwy. 20 exit, near the Canton Marketplace development. The opening date is expected in 2017.
In 2002, Northside Hospital purchased the 41-bed Georgia Baptist Medical Center (in Cumming) and renamed it Northside Hospital-Forsyth. Since then, the facility has experienced continuous growth, expanding to 231 beds and with three new floors underway.
Northside Hospital is committed to the health and wellness of our community. As such, we dedicate ourselves to being a center of excellence in providing high-quality health care. We pledge compassionate support, personal guidance and uncompromising standards to our patients in their journeys toward health of body and mind. To ensure innovative and unsurpassed care for our patients, we are dedicated to maintaining our position as regional leaders in select medical specialties. And to enhance the wellness of our community, we commit ourselves to providing a diverse array of educational and outreach programs.
Northside’s outstanding reputation in its industry is fueled by an instinctive devotion to a unique set of values. This statement of values defines and communicates those guiding, motivating philosophies that have led us to distinction:
Throughout the Northside Hospital system, we are committed to balancing clinical excellence with safe, high-quality, compassionate care for our patients. In fact, we have been recognized for doing just that, across a wide array of specialties, by the nation’s leading health care organizations. Learn about some of our recent accomplishments.
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The Northside Code of Conduct serves as a guiding statement of ethical and compliance principles for its employees, management, members of its Board of Directors, Medical Staff members and agents. This Code of Conduct is a summary of the ethical and legal standards designed to protect and promote system-wide integrity and to enhance Northside’s mission. The Code of Conduct is also used as a guide to help make sound decisions in carrying out day-to-day responsibilities. If you have questions regarding Northside’s Code of Conduct, please call the Chief Compliance Officer, Jorge Hernandez, at (404) 851-6378.
*Some of the health care professionals on staff at Northside Hospital are not employees of the hospital, but are private, independent practitioners qualified to hold privileges to practice at Northside Hospital-Atlanta, Northside Hospital-Cherokee and Northside Hospital-Forsyth.