About the Organization
Piedmont Columbus Regional
Piedmont Columbus Regional dates back to 1836 when the local hospital was a small building along the Chattahoochee River in Columbus, Georgia. It is now the regions healthcare leader, offering compassionate care and an unwavering commitment to patients. Piedmont Columbus Regional and its two hospitals, the Midtown and Northside Campus, joined the Piedmont family in March 2018. Midtown campus is a 583-bed, acute care hospital and features a regional Level II trauma center and is one of only six perinatal centers in the state with a Level III neonatal ICU and a full-service pediatric intensive care unit. The Midtown campus has been home to the Family Medicine Residency Program since 1972. The nationally recognized program, which was the first of its kind in Georgia and one of the first in the Southeast, has graduated more than 300 family physicians. Northside campus is a 100-bed, acute care hospital specializing in an extensive range of surgical services and physical rehabilitation as well as an emergency department. Piedmont Columbus Regional has garnered national acclaim in clinical quality and patient satisfaction, stroke care, oncology and pediatrics.