Sylvan Grove Hospital
Jackson, Georgia, is just minutes from the urban amenities of Atlanta and the well-known research institutions in the city of Athens. Historic landmarks, excellent schools, and beautiful landscapes are the norm in Jackson. The Appalachian mountains, rivers, and lakes provide the opportunity to enjoy outdoor activities at a variety of venues such as Indian Springs State Park. The Crawford Long Museum credits Jackson with being the birthplace of anesthesia. The Shields-Ethridge Farm is an outdoor museum with a fascinating collection of original and historic farm equipment, including a working Titan 10 Engine (ca. 1913), cotton gin machinery (ca. 1930), and a Meadows grist mill patented in 1908.