We are healers. Life Changers. Teachers.
This is Gwinnett Medical Center. This is now.

Gwinnett Medical Center has always been known for care and compassion. Today, we’ve grown to become one of the leading health systems in Georgia, with new facilities, new capabilities and expanded services.

We’re pushing the boundaries of technology and attracting some of the nation’s most skilled hands and brightest medical minds. Things that were once thought to be impossible, we are doing every day. You can come to Gwinnett Medical Center for the most complex procedures, like open-heart surgery, surgical and non-surgical brain tumor treatments, groundbreaking cancer care, and even a Level III neonatal intensive care unit.

As the hospital most preferred for all health needs in Northeast Metro Atlanta1, every facet of our health care system is designed with the patient in mind. As one of “America’s safest hospitals,” according to Forbes2, we’re taking the lead as the best health care provider in the state. Learn more about our award-winning specialty services:

Compassionate care. Advanced technology.

  • Our Cardiovascular Services include advanced treatments such as open heart surgery in the same location as a nationally accredited chest pain center and a full range of cardiac diagnostic services.
  • No matter your age or weight, the The Center for Weight Management has a medical or surgical weight loss solution for you.
  • Our Cancer Institute has a team of more than 20 cancer specialists—including physicians, nurses and technologists—who design individualized plans that can help you beat cancer.
  • Our Graduate Medical Education program is attracting some of the brightest talent in medicine to our community, helping to fill the troublesome shortage of primary care physicians in Metro Atlanta.
  • The Concussion Institute at GMC-Duluth is the first center in the Southeast to include concussion testing, neuropsychology, athletic training, vestibular therapy, visual therapy and physical therapy—all under one roof.

1Based on 2005-October 2015 National Research Corporation Market Insights Results
2Rebecca Ruiz and David Whelan; “Full List: America’s Safest Hospitals”; accessed 4-20-2009