The Floyd health care system is now in its seventh decade of serving the families of Northwest Georgia and Northeast Alabama.
Central to this care is the not-for-profit Floyd Medical Center, a 304-bed acute care hospital and regional referral center covering over 40 medical specialties, including three Destination Centers and five Joint Commission-certified disease-specific programs.
The Floyd family of services also includes Polk Medical Center, Floyd Behavioral Health Center, the Floyd Primary Care Network, Heyman HospiceCare, Floyd Outpatient Surgery Center, Floyd Physical Therapy and Rehab, and the Floyd Family Medicine Residency Program.
Floyd is the region?s largest employer, with more than 2,500 employees who work alongside a medical staff of over 300 physician specialists and a volunteer force of more than 250.
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