Peach Regional Medical Center
Peach Regional Medical Center in Fort Valley is a primary care hospital that provides a wide range of services, from emergency care, outpatient services, medical/surgical care within the hospital ... as well as extended care for those who need help making a full recovery. Peach Regional Medical Center has been accredited continuously since 1957 by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations and carries the JCAHCO gold Seal of Approval.
Peach Regional Medical's future is brighter than ever now that a new $27 million hospital is under construction. The 67,500 square foot health care facility will be a “right-size” hospital with 25 private rooms with private baths, a larger emergency department with 14 beds, two new endosopy suites and a state-of-the-art operating suite. The new hospital is expected to open in June 2013.
The world of medicine is ever changing and through the recent partnership with Central Georgia Health System, Peach Regional is poised to serve the residents of Peach and 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.
Peach Regional Medical Center has been designated a Critical Access Hospital, as defined U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. The Critical Access Hospital Program was established to aid in the continuation of healthcare services for rural residents. Georgia has two million rural residents who can benefit from the CAH Program.