How Emory Transplant Center is Keeping Your Safety First

Emory Transplant Center is committed to your safety and well-being—especially now, when COVID-19 has created so much concern in our communities. We want you...

How Emory Transplant Center is Keeping Your Safety First

Emory Transplant Center is committed to your safety and well-being—especially now, when COVID-19 has created so much concern in our communities. We want you to know the steps we are taking to maintain the...

Emory Brain Health Center Offering Telehealth Appointments through Emory Connected Care

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of telehealth has played an important role in patient care throughout the Brain Health Center and Emory Healthcare overall. Our use of telemedicine has soared...

Ja’Lisa’s Journey: Reclaiming Life after Epilepsy

In her early 20s, Ja’Lisa Thomas was enjoying life — teaching preschool and expecting her first child — until something went very wrong. She was stopped at a red light on her way to...

A Message from Our Executive Director

Helping You Navigate COVID-19 and Transplant Surgery The world has changed dramatically in the last few months, but Emory Transplant Center’s commitment to your health and safety remains as strong as ever. Whether you are...

Emory Healthcare Veterans Program’s Remote Intensive Outpatient Program Graduate Shares His Story

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Emory Healthcare Veterans Program (EHVP) worked quickly to transition its in-person Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) to a virtual setting. EHVP’s telehealth IOP replicates the key components of the...

More Top Doctors Recognized Than Any Other Atlanta Health System

Nearly half of the physicians recognized in the annual “Top Doctors” issue of Atlanta magazine are physicians who are part of Emory Healthcare, Emory Healthcare Network, Emory medical staff, or faculty of Emory University...

Alzheimer’s Awareness: Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease

Cecile Bazaz was a wife, mother, and successful banking executive in her 40s when she began showing subtle signs that something might be wrong. At first, it was little things, like forgetting her zip...

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery: Improving Outcomes, Faster Recovery

Many of the 56 million Americans who experience back pain will not require surgery to address their condition and relieve pain. Non-invasive treatments, such as physical therapy, medication, or injections, can address their symptoms....