Emory Long-Term Acute Care Hospital

Emory Long-Term Acute Care Hospital specializes in the treatment of medically complex, catastrophically injured or critically ill patients who require a longer hospital stay than at a traditional acute care facility, and who require specialized, expert care and rehabilitation. Emory Long-Term Acute Care began in 1996 with 19 beds. Since then, we’ve grown to 40 beds, including a six-bed Special Care Unit (SCU). All rooms are private, ensuring that patients experience maximum comfort during their stay.

Emory Long-Term Acute Care first hospital to earn a Center of Excellence designation and Gold Seal disease-specific certification for wound care treatment from the Joint Commission (2010) - also the nation's first and only hospital to earn the Joint Commission's Gold Seal disease-specific certification for the treatment of patients on ventilators who are diagnosed with respiratory failure.

Beth Jackson-Jordan

Director of Spiritual Health,
Emory Decatur Hospital, Emory Hillandale Hospital & Emory Long-term Acute Care Hospital.

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