Colquitt Regional Medical Center is a 99-bed community-based teaching hospital located in the heart of Southwest Georgia. At our core, we exist to provide high-quality and compassionate healthcare to all who enter our doors. Home to over 1,350 employees, Colquitt Regional affords access to advanced medical services with more than 100 providers bringing expertise in 30+ specialties.
Colquitt Regional transitioned into a teaching hospital in 2016, welcoming its first class of family medicine residents. The first residency program that had been developed in this region in over 20 years. Since this time, Colquitt Regional has been in the process of developing a Psychiatry Residency Program in partnership with Turning Point Behavioral Health Hospital. Focusing on improving healthcare access and outcomes, Colquitt Regional is committed to providing exceptional care by exceptional people.
Why Colquitt Regional?
Graduate medical education changes rapidly in response to a variety of forces, including healthcare demands from the public, new diagnostic and therapeutic techniques and changes in certification requirements.
Colquitt Regional Medical Center and Georgia South Residency Programs work with our clinical affiliates and program administration to meet the demands of this changing environment. We use the diverse training opportunities available through our region to offer dynamic programs that prepare residents for a lifetime of leadership in their chosen profession.
Find the listing of Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education–accredited Colquitt Regional Medical Center graduate medical education programs below.