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Stephens County Hospital

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Stephens County Hospital

  • 96-bed, acute care, not-for-profit community medical/surgical facility
  • Stephens County Hospital is a member of the Georgia Hospital Association, American Hospital Association and the Georgia Association of Community Hospitals. It is fully accredited as a general hospital by the Joint Commission
  • It offers 24-hour laboratory, respiratory therapy and radiology services, which include nuclear medicine, CT scanner, MRI with breast imaging and biopsy capabilities, digital mammography, ultrasound with vascular/echo capabilities. Inpatient services include medical, surgical, intensive care, intermediate care, obstetrics and pediatrics
  • Surgical services are provided in five operating rooms plus an additional procedure room and outpatient surgical patients are able to recover in a 10-bed outpatient recovery area prior to discharge
Toccoa, GA Community
  • Located 30 minutes from Gainesville and 1.5 hours from Atlanta, in the beautiful foothills of Northeast Georgia
  • Toccoa is an outstanding city with numerous awards to prove it, including: All-American City by National Municipal League, “Stay and See Georgia” Award by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, affiliate of Keep America Beautiful and many more
  • According to the US Census Bureau’s 2008 Market Guide, the estimated population within a 35 mile radius of Toccoa is 454,863
  • Stephens County holds a great deal of allure for nature lovers and outdoorsmen. Almost one-sixth of the county is comprised of national forest and wildlife. Enjoy hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, bicycling and trails for all terrain vehicles (ATV)
  • The Currahee Club, a 1,200 acre community with a stunning 18-hole Jim Fazzio designed golf course, was ranked “One of the 100 Premier Properties in the US” by Links and ranked “#12 in the best 100 new course in the nation” by Golfweek as well as “One of the top 50 regional waterfront communities”