Emory University Hospital Midtown

Emory University Hospital Midtown is a 583-bed acute care teaching facility located in downtown Atlanta. It has more than 1,200 Emory Clinic and 440 private practice physicians spanning 28 specialties. Our physicians work collaboratively to provide comprehensive care and quality outcomes for patients and their families. Among our specialties are cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, oncology, neuroscience, general and vascular surgery, internal medicine, urology, obstetrics, neonatal intensive care, and gynecology. Emory University Hospital Midtown also offers orthopedics, bariatric & wound care, sickle cell support and acute care pain services. For more than 100 years, our full-service hospital has established a solid foundation for outstanding quality health care and medical integrity for Atlantans and the Southeast.

Our Culture

Emory University Hospital Midtown welcomes you to Clinical Pastoral Education where you will join a dynamic team of chaplains who seek to make this an enriching opportunity for learning and growth. At EUHM you will experience a diverse community based hospital with 583 patient beds located in an urban setting. Each discipline within our site has significant purpose and meaning in the healing work of Spiritual Care. Clinically, you will have the opportunity to engage ministry that spans the cycle of birth through the end of life. These clinical areas include: Women’s Health; Mother/Baby; Several Neo-Natal intensive care units; Oncology; Cardiology; Renal/Dialysis, Perioperative Care, Palliative Care; Hospice and General Medical Units. In addition, our Emergency Department meets the challenges of crisis situations and engages significant work with the homeless population.

In these encounters and with other diverse populations, you will work collaboratively with Interdisciplinary teams to help serve as a bridge to resources in the wider community. At Emory University Hospital Midtown, you will be offered the gift of engaging the “living human document” in many ways; through proactive spiritual assessment, services of contemplation and worship and the daily acts of tending to the spiritual care needs of patients, families and staff. We look forward to working together as a team in this very meaningful work.

Bridget Piggue Th.D

Director of Spiritual Health,
Emory University Hospital Midtown

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(404) 686-2408