Lillian G. Carter Nursing Center
The Lillian G. Carter Nursing Center formerly known as the Wise Sanitarium in Plains, Georgia is a mental hospital. It is probably best noted as the birthplace of Former United States President James Earl Carter Jr., who was born there on October 1, 1924.
Originally built in 1921 by Doctors Samuel, Thaddeus and Bowman Wise, children of early Plains settlers Dr. Burr T. Wise and Laura Addy Wise, the sixty-bed sanitarium was one of the first small hospitals in Georgia to be recognized by the American College of Surgeons and the American Medical and Hospital Association. It also served as a training center for nurses. A separate building was attached to the sanitarium for the treatment of African Americans.
Current Use 
The center is still in use as of 2013.