Phoebe is nationally recognized for clinical excellence and innovative community health programs.
The flagship hospital Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital is a 691-bed teaching hospital and a regional center for cancer treatment, cardiac medicine/surgery, gastrointestinal disease and neuro-science. The Phoebe Cancer Center is one of the busiest and most advanced in the Southeast. The Phoebe Heart and Vascular Center performs more open-heart and cardiac catheterization procedures than all other hospitals in the region combined. Phoebe is one of only six designated perinatal centers in the state of Georgia and is the regions only provider of neonatal intensive care, cardiovascular surgery and radiation oncology services.
- Established in 1911
- DNV-GL accredited
- 671 licensed beds
- 106,000 Emergency Center visits annually
- 15,000 surgeries annually
- 2,476 births annually
- 3,500 jobs
- $179.3 million in wages paid
- $20 million in community benefits (including charity and uncompensated care)
- $1.54 billion total economic impact
Phoebe offers medical-surgical care, emergency treatment, obstetrics, pediatrics, wound care, a woman's health center and much more.
As a true not-for-profit community hospital, Phoebe is operated by a volunteer board drawn from the community it serves. Phoebe is constantly reinvesting in the health of Southwest Georgia through programs in prevention, education and research that go beyond the bounds of traditional medicine.
Phoebe is proud to be a member of several health care organizations, including the American Hospital Association (AHA), Voluntary Hospitals of America (VHA), Georgia Hospital Association (GHA), and Georgia Alliance of Community Hospitals (GACH). These professional health care organizations encourage and promote the health and welfare of the public through the transfer of ideas, techniques and experiences to improve the quality and efficiency of delivering community-oriented health care.