Northside Hospital Forsyth continues to expand and add services to meet the ever-growing health care needs of Forsyth County and its surrounding communities. The 389-bed hospital has 800 physicians and 3,600 employees. The Women’s Center at Northside Hospital Forsyth rivals the nationally acclaimed Women’s Center at Northside-Atlanta, and offers comprehensive services for labor and delivery, neonatal care, high-risk perinatal diagnostics, parenting and newborn classes and lactation consultation to Forsyth County.
Phone Calls and Mail for Patients:
For all patients: call 770-844-4000, then enter 5 + patient’s room number.
Patient mail is delivered M-F (please include return address):
Northside Hospital Forsyth
C/O Patient Name and Room Number (if known)
1200 Northside Forsyth Drive Cumming, GA 30041
Please call 770-844-3200 for visiting hour details.
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