WellStar and Sylvan Grove Hospital have joined together and, as the transition happens, you’ll see the new WellStar logo appear inside and outside of our hospital. With a long history of community based service, we are excited to introduce our vision of world-class healthcare to our area residents.
During the transition, you’ll notice tools on wellstar.org that are specific to patients of WellStar Sylvan Grove Hospital. These include your existing patient record, hospital pre-registration forms, bill pay portal and a few other features, listed below.
WellStar Sylvan Grove Hospital joins the following:
We wish you good health and look forward to serving you and your family!
WellStar Sylvan Grove Hospital is currently unable to process requests for patients' medical records
that are submitted online. We apologize for this inconvenience.
For questions on your medical record, log into My Health Rec or call us at 770-775-7861.
Some WellStar Sylvan Grove Hospital patients that have not yet transitioned to MyChart may still use My Health Rec.
WellStar Sylvan Grove Hospital
For more than 50 years, this hospital has served the medical and health needs of the Butts County community through a 24-hour emergency department and 25 inpatient beds.
This comprehensive guide includes key information, tips and resources for patients and visitors.
Convenient Rehabilitation, Counseling & Treatment
Extended Care Skilled Rehabilitation
Special Prodcedures & Treatments
See available dining options at Sylvan Grove.
View helpful Sylvan Grove Hospital phone numbers.
Learn about our visiting hours and guidelines.
Although Sylvan Grove’s cafeteria is not open to the public, patient visitors can call to request a tray for breakfast or lunch, at extension 224.
BREAKFAST: 8:00AM - 9:00AM
LUNCH: 12:00PM - 1:30PM
Vending machines for snacks and beverages are located near admissions and available 24 hours a day.
CENTER OF REHABILITATION SERVICES: ext. 267
MEDICAL RECORDS: ext. 213
NURSING: ext. 246
Rest is very important to help our patients heal. With this in mind, we ask for your help by following these important visitor's guidelines:
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Symptom Checker and Care Guides will guide you through the decisions to make and steps to take so that you feel better fast.
Actinic keratoses (AKs) -- rough, red, scaly patches, crusts or sores on the top layer of skin -- are common, according to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD). If left untreated, some can progress to squamous cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer that can be fatal. See your health care provider if you have AKs on any part of your body.