The Georgia Center for Healthier Communities works to inform and influence health policy on a state and local level, as well as work to improve health and health care throughout Georgia's communities. Learn more
Piedmont's Cancer Wellness Center exists to help patients and their families, and loved ones by providing a broad spectrum of comprehensive, individual support and care from detection and diagnosis, to care and treatment, to research and education.
For more information on our Cancer Wellness Center and a complete program listing, visit the Cancer Wellness page.
Piedmont's Sixty Plus provides comprehensive care resources and programs for older adults and their families. This program is currently available both at Piedmont Atlanta and Piedmont Fayette. For more information on Sixty Plus and its services and programs, visit the Sixty Plus page. Learn more
Piedmont Atlanta Hospital's community-based care management program assists low-income, high risk patients with chronic conditions through coordinated community-based follow-up care and appropriate community resource support. This program is made possible by the generous support of Kaiser Foundation Healthcare of Georgia.
Piedmont hospitals work with local free- or low-cost community clinics that help provide crucial access to primary care services for uninsured patients. Find out more about the clinics Piedmont supports. Learn more
All Piedmont Healthcare hospitals all offer financial assistance to lower-income patients, as well as catastrophic assistance to those with unmanageable hospital bills. Learn more