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, full-service acute care hospital that provides Joint Commission-certified specialty programs in the following:
- advanced palliative care
- heart failure
- inpatient diabetes
- stroke care
- hip replacement surgery
- knee replacement surgery
- spine surgery.
In addition, Floyd Medical Center is a certified Chest Pain Center, a designated Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence, Breast Imaging Center of Excellence and a Quality Breast Center of Excellence. Floyd also is home to a state-designated Level II Trauma Center, a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and has specialty centers for Pediatrics and Wound Care and Hyperbaric therapy.
The Floyd family of services also includes Polk Medical Center, Cherokee Medical Center, Floyd Behavioral Health, the Floyd Primary Care Network, Heyman HospiceCare, Floyd Outpatient Surgery Center, Floyd Physical Therapy & Rehab, and the Floyd Family Medicine Residency Program.
- Polk Medical Center is a 25-bed critical access hospital in Cedartown, Georgia, recognized by Leapfrog Group as one of the nation's top rural hospitals.
- Floyd Cherokee Medical Center in Centre, Alabama, is a 60-bed acute care hospital serving Cherokee and Calhoun counties in Alabama and the entire Weiss Lake area.
Floyd is the region's largest employer, with more than 3,000 employees who work alongside a medical staff nearly 600 physicians and advance practice providers and a volunteer force of over 350.