Hospital

Northside Hospital Forsyth

1200 Northside Forsyth Drive
Cumming, GA 30041
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770-844-3200

Overview

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 320-bed hospital has more than 750 physicians and 3,000 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.



Patient & Visitor Information

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.


Specialties & Services

Bariatric Surgery

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Related pages : Bariatrics and Weight Loss Surgery
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Why Northside

Our Focus Is on Transforming the Health of Georgia

We bring the latest diagnostics and treatments, including breakthroughs in academic medical research, right into the heart of Georgia's communities.

  • Clinical excellence with a patient-first approach
  • Life-changing health care discovery and innovation
  • Building strong, healthy communities

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