As of 2015, some of the major hospitals in Atlanta, Georgia, include Grady Memorial Hospital, with about 955 beds; Emory University Hospital, with about 580 beds; and Atlanta Medical Center, with about 460 beds. All three hospitals are short-term acute care facilities and are Joint Commission-designated primary stroke centers.
Grady Hospital is metropolitan Atlanta's largest Level I trauma center, and complete trauma surgical teams are available in the hospital at all times. In 2013, U.S. News and World Report rated Emory University Hospital the number one hospital in metropolitan Atlanta and in Georgia. Organ transplantation is one Emory's specialties. Formerly known as Georgia Baptist Hospital, Atlanta Medical Center has served Georgia's capital city since 1901. Atlanta Medical Center's facilities include a Level I trauma center, a Level III neonatal intensive care unit and a 55-bed south campus in East Point, Georgia.