Location Profile

Savannah, Georgia

Facility Type
Acute Care - General
Facility Location
Savannah, Georgia
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Savannah, Georgia. Rated a high-performing healthcare facility, the facility offers a full range of comprehensive care options for patients. The facility was recognized by U.S. News and World Report for its dedication and expertise. With more than 100 years of history, the facility is a renowned healthcare option for residents of Georgia.

Community Overview

Savannah is a beautiful Southern city, a locale of historic architecture, captivating ghost stories, and exciting opportunities around every corner. The city sees millions of visitors each year, and consistently ranks as one of the best places to live in the country. Savannah has been named one of the top small cities by Conde Nast and has received recognition from Forbes, Southern Living, and other publications. Savannah is a rich Southern city steeped in culture, history, and adventure, and you can explore it all via local transportation. There’s a bike rental system, 15 fixed bus routes, trolleys, free shuttles, and a ferry to help you get around the city. And once you find your transportation method, the city of Savannah awaits for you to explore. There are several distinct areas of Savannah, each bursting with its own charm and characteristics. Centuries of history, 100 restaurants, and 22 park squares are part of Historic District, while the Starland section is hip, hopping, and artsy. Venture to Moon River and you’ll be in the quaint marine area with its forest trails and salt marshes. Savannah is also one of the most haunted cities in the states, and you can take a ghost tour to catch a few spirits, either on a trolley or on foot. Last but not least, the events in Savannah have made it one of the most liveliest places in Georgia. Some of the highlights include the Savannah Children’s Book Festival, the Savannah Music Festival, and the Tybee Island Pirate Fest.

Learn more about Savannah at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

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Savannah’s public schools are run by Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools, the 10th largest school district in Georgia. The school system encompasses schools not only in Savannah but also in the surrounding area. Of the schools located in Savannah, the district has 18 elementary schools, 7 K-8 schools, 8 middle schools, and 10 high schools. Among the schools are several specialty campuses dedicated to a thorough curriculum in the arts, college prep, or STEM. The school system has 2 National Blue Ribbon Schools and several high schools that were recognized by U.S. News and World Report’s Best High Schools. Savannah also has more than 20 private schools within the city limits.

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Once you find the school you are interested in, you will need to contact them directly with any questions you might have.


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Local and Nearby Attractions

Shopping destinations abound in Savannah with options that will delight even the most discriminating shopper. From chic boutiques to cozy home decor stores to the practical department stores we know and love, there’s something for all. There are great shops throughout the city and several shopping districts are a must-see. River Street is a cobblestone street with former cotton warehouses that have been turned into bustling shops for antiques, candy, gifts, souvenirs, and much more, while City Market is the go-to spot for clothing, art, and artisan pieces. Broughton Street is home to some of the most beloved thrift stores along with a handful of brand names like Banana Republican and J. Crew, but Whitaker has clothing too, with local boutiques for trendy fashion. Bargain seekers in Savannah can travel just 15 minutes outside the historic district for all the deals they can imagine at Tanger Outlets. And if that isn’t enough, there’s also a couple of shopping malls in Savannah. The Oglethorpe Mall and the Savannah Mall both offer familiar brand names and specialty shops for clothing, sports equipment, bath products, children’s items, and other merchandise.

Savannah has been going strong as a cultural hub since 1818 with the building of the Savannah Theatre, one of the oldest continuously operating theaters in the United States. However, that’s just the start of the cultural heritage of Savannah. The Lucas Theatre for the Arts was built in 1921 as a movie palace, but today it hosts stage productions, live music, and film screenings year-round. The Trustees Theater is another historic Savannah institution, and today the theater hosts film screenings and other events. The preservation of these beautiful historic theaters is largely in part, thanks to the work of SCAD, the Savannah College of Art and Design. The SCAD Museum of Art is another cultural icon and a contemporary art museum with rotating exhibitions plus a permanent collection of African art, British art, 19th-century photography, and other collections. Savannah is also the home of the oldest public art museum in the Southeast, the Telfair Museum of Art. The Telfair is a sprawling institution with 4,000 works of art that span 200 centuries from America and Europe. Part of the Telfair is the Jepson Center, a beautiful modern building with modern and contemporary art, hands-on children’s space, studio, and other features. African Art has a place of honor at the Savannah African Art Museum with over 1,000 objects from West and Central Africa, and at the Beach Institute African-American Cultural Museum. You can continue your exploration of Savannah’s museums with a visit to the Georgia State Railroad Museum to see historic railcars and learn about the Georgia Railway. The Savannah History Museum gives even more information on the area, taking you through the city’s history from 1733 to today. Located not far from these two facilities is the Savannah Children’s Museum, an interactive learning space with more than a dozen exhibits, a reading book, sensory garden, and other spaces to play. If you need even more museums to explore, visit the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum or the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum.

When you want to get outside and have fun, there’s one place that always comes to mind in Savannah: Tybee Island. Located 20 minutes from Savannah, Tybee is a barrier island known for its beaches. It’s the perfect spot for a day trip and offers plenty to do. You can go dolphin watching, kayak, fish, swim, and play in the water till the sun goes down. Tybee Island offers a shuttle to transport guests and residents to the island with ease and it operates 6 times a week. There are endless things to do on Tybee Island, or you can do nothing, and just sit on the beach with a good book -- it’s up to you. The rest of Savannah offers plenty to do as well. From riding in a horse-drawn carriage on the historic streets to traveling on a riverboat, Savannah lets you set the pace for adventure or relaxation. The city is lush and green with an abundance of green space, including the Mother Matilda Beasley Park, Salzburger Park, Emmet Park, Morrell Park, and Forsyth Park. The latter is the biggest in the city and has 2 playgrounds, tennis and basketball courts, a fountain, a theatre, and even a cafe.

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Crime Rate

Crime in Savannah has decreased by 5% over the last year, and the city is safe than 17% of the rest of the country. The police force in Savannah has multiple community outreach programs to continue to curb crime and offer a safe city for all.  There are 577 officers on the force and each is dedicated to crime prevention.

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