With a reputation as an innovative provider of quality care, Tift Regional Medical Center is a not-for-profit, 191-bed regional hospital serving 12 counties in South Central Georgia. Located in Tifton, the hospital’s medical staff includes more than 100 physicians with the majority board-certified in over 30 specialties. TRMC provides a wide-range of care, including signature services in surgery, oncology, cardiovascular care, women’s health, neurodiagnostics, radiology and more.
Tift Regional Medical Center’s Main Campus, located at 901 East 18th Street, houses a majority of the hospital’s services, including inpatient care and emergency services. Tift Regional Medical Center’s West Campus, located at 2225 Highway 41 North, is an outpatient facility with medical offices and diagnostic services.
Tift Regional Medical Center is under the direction of the Tift County Hospital Authority, a nine-member board of volunteer trustees appointed by the Tift County Board of Commissioners. Though guided by a government-appointed entity, TRMC provides charitable care for the community without taxpayer support from Tift County.
Managed Care Organizations: Tift Regional Medical Center is affiliated with Emory Healthcare and its statewide-managed care program.
Accredited by: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.