Tift Regional Medical Center

901 18th St E
Tifton GA 31794

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With a reputation as an innovative provider of quality care, Tift Regional Health System (TRHS) is a growing, notforprofit hospital system serving 12 counties in South Central Georgia.

TRHS offers more than 135 physicians with expertise in over 30 specialties.

The Main Campus is Tift Regional Medical Center (TRMC), a 191bed regional referral hospital located in Tifton at 901 East 18th Street.

TRMC was named a top 10 Georgia mediumsize hospital by Georgia Trend magazine in both 2012 and 2013.

Tift Regional Medical Center’s West Campus, located in Tifton at 2225 Highway 41 North, is an outpatient facility which houses various diagnostic services and the region’s largest multispecialty physician practice.

Located in Adel, Cook Medical Center is a 60bed acute care facility which includes a 12bed geriatric psychiatric unit.

Cook Medical Center also offers a 95bed nursing home. In addition to being a quality healthcare provider for the region, TRHS is an economic engine for the community.

TRHS employs 2,046 personnel (including 1,825 for Tift Regional Medical Center and 221 for Cook Medical Center).

The philosophy of Tift Regional Health System (TRHS) is based on the belief that the primary and fundamental purpose of its existence is to serve the health needs of the patient as well as those of the community.

The Hospital Authority of Tift County has the complete legal and moral duty and responsibility to see that TRHS renders an adequate range of services that includes preventive, inpatient and outpatient services; to see that these services are delivered with a consistent, high level of quality; and, to ensure the system’s financial viability and cost effectiveness.

TRHS also strives to assist in the provision of an adequate number of primary care and specialty physicians in the region in order to facilitate access to healthcare services.

Insofar as TRHS is a regional healthcare institution serving the medical needs of many citizens in South Central Georgia, the Hospital Authority recognizes its responsibility in a multicounty region.

TRHS is expected to adopt new and innovative methods of healthcare delivery consistent with the identified needs of the region.