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From everyday medical needs to milestone moments to when times are toughest, the Northside System is here to guide the way forward. It’s our mission to heal. For a healthier future together, Look to Northside.
We have never wavered from our commitment to provide quality health care where our patients need it most. Expansion and construction projects are underway at Northside campuses throughout the region.
Northside Hospital's charitable giving and partnership program includes community outreach, leadership, employee volunteerism and financial support.
Northside Hospital Atlanta's Laytrina Clemons-Brown is a clinical manager dedicated to maternal health. Laytrina is passionate about providing expecting mothers with quality service and goes above and beyond her call of duty to serve the community.
Lavar Tate is one of our ICU nurses who received the DAISY award, an honor for extraordinary frontline heroes. His incredible passion for patients shines through as he helps people through some of their most challenging times.
LaShon Shands believes there is no limit to who she serves. Each day, she takes advantage of meeting patients, their families and bringing them comfort. She proudly serves in other ways through Northside, like United Way.
Throughout Mandy's time at Northside, she has experienced some of the best training and met some of the best mentors. Patients will always hold a special place in her heart. She loves to learn their stories and help care for them as their families grow.
Kenisha loves waking up and heading to work where she is with patients' during an important part of their lives. She believes that being able to witness new life enter the world is amazing. As a new nurse, she is thankful for her supportive coworkers.
Brooke knows how nurses have a special opportunity to impact lives, and she takes that as a privilege. Everyday, she works hard to show compassionate care. Her patients allow her to learn new things and connect on a deeper level than their illness.
Dawn Theodore has been with Northside for two years. Her passion is working with patients and reassuring them they will be taken care of. The reward: the patients’ compliments and smiles as they leave after a short stay.
Rebecca Henry knows how much of a blessing it is to welcome a new baby. That is why she has spent most of her career helping parents deliver newborns. Her favorite part; helping take pictures, so those parents have memories for a lifetime.
Gabby Comier joined us during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Her daily motivation is learning and advancing her skills. Gabby is doing what she has always wanted, and that is serving a major purpose in this world.
Jeannine Write, a rapid response nurse in the ICU at Northside Hospital Forsyth, was instrumental in helping the hospital prepare for COVID-19, working extra hours to set up an overflow ICU and creating grab-and-go kits with PPE for rapid response nurses.
Ashlea Shumpert and Chappel Talley, nurses in the Northside Hospital Cherokee Emergency Department, are just two integral team members inspired by the strength of their patients.
Caitlin Anderson is a registered nurse at Northside Hospital Forsyth, following in her father's footsteps as a member of the Emergency Department team.
Northside Hospital emergency department manager and U.S. Army veteran Ryan Archibald knows the importance of having a strong team—especially when confronted with unprecedented challenges.
Kelly Ward is a natural caregiver—which makes her a perfect fit for her role as a nurse in the Special Care Nursery at Northside Hospital Cherokee.
Unexplained fatigue and weight loss on a cruise caught David Fussell by surprise. So did the 33 days he spent in the Blood and Marrow Transplant Unit at Northside Hospital after a diagnosis of leukemia.
Julia Georgoff and her family recently raised nearly $10,000 in memory of her late son Austin to benefit the H.E.A.R.T.strings Perinatal Bereavement and Palliative Care program at Northside to help other families coping with loss.
Vision problems and headaches pointed to a problem that sent him to Northside Hospital Gwinnett. Interventional navigation bronchoscopy — a tool donated by a local family to help diagnose hard-to-reach lung nodules — revealed lung cancer.
The mother of two children born at Northside Hospital Cherokee urges other new moms to slow down and enjoy the ride. “Get off your phones and just watch those sweet babies grow up,” she said.
Learn more about what’s new at Northside as we continue to expand clinical access and enhance patient care.View All News
Northside is committed to expanding access to leading health care across Georgia. The health system announces its latest provider news.
The new Tiny Baby Unit is designed to provide extra care to some of the nursery’s youngest babies, who are sometimes born as early as 22 weeks gestation.
Both facilities will open in spring 2023 and offer convenient, same-day care for patients with immediate medical needs, including X-ray imaging, COVID-19 testing, occupational health, and illness and injury care.
The collaboration between Northside, Avive Solutions and Forsyth County leaders is designed to give everyday people the tools and the opportunity to offer cardiac arrest victims quick lifesaving help before EMS arrives at the emergency.
Each month, Northside offers a number of screenings, webinars and community events to help keep you and your family physically and emotionally healthy.
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Mr. Sidney Kirschner, former president and CEO of Northside Hospital. Mr. Kirschner died Tuesday, Feb. 21 at the age of 88.
The group recently donated $45,000 to help the fire departments in Big Canoe and Pickens County buy lifesaving equipment.
The new facility offers outpatient rehabilitation, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, a physician-led wound treatment center and an onsite lab to complete all major collection needs.
The award was presented Jan. 19 during the 52nd annual meeting of the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce.
The new technology gives physicians the ability to biopsy pulmonary nodules in locations that would otherwise be high risk for procedural complications or too small to otherwise biopsy.