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A Rich Tradition, A Bright Future

The Medical Center of Peach County has served residents of Peach and the surrounding counties for 60 years and its future is brighter than ever.

Peach County Hospital opened in September 1953 as a non-profit acute-care hospital. The original building was expanded and remodeled many times before being replaced in 2013 with a new state-of-the-art facility.

The world of medicine is ever changing and through a partnership with Central Georgia Health System, The Medical Center of Peach County is poised to serve the residents of Peach and the surrounding counties in the future by developing new services, implementing new technologies and keeping abreast of the

latest research to ensure you and your family have the best medical care possible.  It's not just our commitment ... it's our promise.

Our new 67,500 square foot health care facility is a "right-size" hospital with the following features:

  • 25 Spacious Private Rooms including four ICU Rooms
  • 14 Emergency Treatment Rooms, 2 trauma, 4 fast track
  • Extended Care Program for rehabilitation
  • State-of-the-art Orthopaedic-sized Operating Room
  • Two Endoscopy Suites
  • 64 slice CT Machine with cardiac studies capability
  • Digital Mammography for detecting breast cancer
  • Bone density testing, ultrasounds and a mobile MRI
  • Comfortable Sleep Study Lab
  • State-of-the-art Laboratory Equipmen
  • IV Infusion Therapy Room
  • Physical,  Occupational  and Speech Therapy
  • Stress Test Lab
  • Pulmonary Function Lab and Bronchoscopy Suite

The Medical Center of Peach County is proud to be part of Stratus Healthcare

Stratus Healthcare is a collaborative partnership of hospitals in central and south Georgia --  the largest of its kind in the Southeast -- formed to create a network of hospitals, health care systems and physicians. Members of the Stratus Healthcare alliance work together to exchange best practices, combine resources, develop coordinated information systems, reduce costs and manage the health of populations, providing the Federal healthcare reform will require that medical care be reimbursed based on a fee-for-value framework rather than the fee-for-service model used in the past. For more information visit