Grandview Medical Center
Grandview Medical Center is a 434-bed tertiary care hospital. In 2022, Grandview provided quality care to 832,000 patients in Birmingham and surrounding communities. Conveniently located on Highway 280, Grandview offers diverse specialties including cardiac electrophysiology, orthopedics, women’s services, digestive disorders, rehabilitation services, behavioral health, robotic-assisted surgery, and emergency care. Specialty units include a Level III trauma center, accredited Chest Pain Center and Stroke Center, cardiac cath lab, and neonatal, surgical, neurosurgical and medical intensive care units. In 2023, Grandview opened the first Freestanding Emergency Department in Trussville.
Opened in 2015, Grandview is equipped with advanced medical technology, including clinical systems designed to enhance hospital safety, improve the patient experience and create an efficient work environment for doctors and nurses. The hospital is designed to be a healing environment.
The Grandview campus includes a multi-level parking deck, two professional office buildings, a Cancer Center, a wound care clinic, an outpatient surgery center and an outpatient endoscopy center.
Highlights of the hospital strengths include:
The Emergency Department at Grandview includes 22 private patient rooms and three trauma rooms. The emergency department is a designated Level III trauma center and includes an accredited chest pain center and accredited stroke center. An 8-bed fast-track is reserved for patients with lower acuity medical conditions to help facilitate faster ER care for all. A helipad is located just outside the ambulance entrance enabling rapid transfer into the facility for patients who arrive via air transport.
In 2022, there were 42,000 ER visits.
Grandview is a leading provider of cardiac care. The hospital’s cardiovascular services are supported by advanced technology for the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease, including four cardiac catheterization labs, five dedicated Electrophysiology suites and a hybrid operating room which gives surgeons imaging and operating capabilities in the same room. The hospital has 25 CICU beds, 25 cardiac step-down beds. Grandview is accredited by the Society of Chest Pain Centers as a Certified Chest Pain Center.
Grandview’s 36 surgical suites are equipped with the most sophisticated operating systems to improve the operating environment for the benefit of patients and the surgical teams.
In addition to larger operating rooms, surgeons also have access to three special operating suites dedicated to providing the advanced tools needed to carry out specific procedures.
Hybrid operating suite: The cardiovascular hybrid operating suite includes both a cardiac catheterization lab and cardiovascular surgery capabilities, minimizing the need to move the patient for multiple cardiac procedures.
Orthopedic operating suite: A special operating suite dedicated to the special needs of patients undergoing orthopedic and joint replacement procedures.
Robotic-assisted surgical suite: Grandview Medical Center also offers a robotic-assisted surgical suite for minimally invasive urological, gynecological, cardiac and general surgeries.
Surgical suites at Grandview Medical Center are equipped with an advanced surgical imaging system. This multi-dimensional platform is designed for use in spine, orthopedic and trauma-related surgeries. It provides real-time, intra-operative imaging of a patient's anatomy with high quality images and a large field-of-view in both two and three dimensions.
In 2022, more than 38,000 surgeries were performed at Grandview.
At Grandview Medical Center, we care for women at every stage of life.
In 2022, Grandview delivered 3,200 babies. The Birthing Center at Grandview features:
- 18 LDRs
- 3 C/S ORs
- 2 Antepartum Rooms
- 8 OBED Rooms
- 32 Postpartum beds
- 16 private NICU rooms, 6 in Continuing Care Nursery
The Women’s Diagnostic Center - a separate imaging center located in Grandview Physicians Plaza, is designed solely for women. The center provides Birmingham women with imaging technology, including:
- Two 3D mammography machines that deliver a series of detailed breast images, allowing your doctor to better evaluate your breasts layer by layer.
- An ultrasound system designed for abdominal, vascular, obstetric, gynecologic, neonatal, pediatric, urological and cardiac imaging.
- A bone density scanner that analyzes bone mineral density (BMD) and lean and fat tissue masses.