Everything was the same about Mike Rosenberg’s routine visit to Atlanta Cancer Care in February – everything, that is, but the bill.
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The system includes three not-for-profit hospitals: the flagship in Atlanta, plus smaller hospitals in Forsyth and Cherokee counties. The three hospitals have a total of 822 licensed beds.
Northside has more than 2,500 doctors who are employed by the hospital or have privileges to practice there. The system has more than 8,400 employees.
Northside Hospital-Atlanta opened in 1970. The flagship is a public hospital owned by the Hospital Authority of Fulton County and is leased to Northside Hospital, Inc., the not-for-profit organization that runs the health care system. Northside Hospital Inc. owns and operates Northside Hospital-Forsyth and Northside Hospital-Cherokee.