36 Butler Street Southeast
Atlanta, GA 30303
+1 404 521 6600
The original structures that became Grady Hospital were constructed on this site between 1890 and 1892. Over the years, more buildings were added as new wards and extra facilities became necessary. The current Romanesque hospital is marked by round arches over the windows and highlighted by an elaborate frieze on the portico at the front entrance, a signature sign of the architect, Louis Sullivan. Today, Georgia Hall remains an integral part of downtown's busiest hospital, Grady Memorial
, which boasts the city's most advanced trauma care unit.