Piedmont Henry Hospital

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Piedmont Henry Hospital
Geography
Location Stockbridge, Georgia, United States
Coordinates 37°03′45″N 95°40′37″W / 37.0625°N 95.677068°W / 37.0625; -95.677068Coordinates: 37°03′45″N 95°40′37″W / 37.0625°N 95.677068°W / 37.0625; -95.677068
Organization
Funding Non-profit hospital
Hospital type General
Network Piedmont Healthcare
Services
Standards Joint Commission
Emergency department Yes
Helipad FAA LID: 43GA
Beds 215
History
Founded 1979
Links
Website http://www.piedmonthenry.org
Lists Hospitals in the United States

Piedmont Henry Hospital is a 215-bed not-for-profit, community-based hospital located in Stockbridge, Georgia. In August 2011, the community hospital's executive Board agreed to affiliate with Piedmont Healthcare.[1]

Certification[edit]

The hospital's laboratory is certified by the Joint Commission.[2] There is an FAA certified helipad available for medevacs.[3]

History[edit]

Henry Medical Center was founded on July 9, 1979 as Henry General Hospital with 104 beds.

In 1995, the hospital renamed itself Henry Medical Center.

Expansion[edit]

In 2006, Henry Medical Center completed its North Tower, expanding its operations to include 215 beds.

In July 2010, Henry Medical Center opened the Henry Radiation Oncology Center in a joint venture with Radiation Oncology Services.[4]

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