Tift Regional Medical Center

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901 East 18th Street
Tifton, Georgia 31794
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Main Line:  229-382-7120 or toll free 800-648-1935
For emergencies, dial 911
E-mail:  info@tiftregional.com 

Located in Tifton, Tift Regional Medical Center (TRMC) is a 181-bed, not-for-profit regional referral center that serves as the flagship for Tift Regional Health System.  TRMC is committed to enhancing the health and wellness of patients by delivering compassionate, exceptional care with a focus on total quality.  TRMC offers signature services in surgery, oncology, cardiovascular care, women’s health, neurology, medical imaging and more.  TRMC has one of the most-utilized emergency centers in the region and provides a wide-range of inpatient, outpatient and observation services.

TRMC has more than 125 physicians on its medical staff representing over 30 specialties.  In addition, the hospital has 75 telemedicine and 32 teleradiology providers as well over a 100 non-physician providers (including physician assistants and nurse practitioners).  TRMC is Tift County’s largest employer and has a significant economic impact on the region.

The original facility, Tift General Hospital, was built in 1965 and was named after Captain H.H. Tift.  In 1985, Tift General was designated as a Rural Referral Center by the Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C.  By the late 1990s, Tift General Hospital had undergone several expansions, renovations and additions to accommodate growing patient volume and new services.  As the new millennium approached, market share in surrounding counties continued to grow, and a new name was discussed to reflect the hospital’s regional status. In 2000, the Tift County Hospital Authority approved to change the name of Tift General Hospital to Tift Regional Medical Center (TRMC), to officially take effect in January 2001.

Since that time, Tift Regional Medical Center has developed even more with new facilities and expansions, including a new heart and vascular center, surgery center, patient registration area, oncology center expansion, radiology area, ICU and laboratory.   A hospital medicine program was implemented and new surgical specialties were added.  TRMC branched out further with the acquistion of Cook Medical Center in Adel and the development of Tift Regional Physician Group with clinics throughout the region.  Today, TRMC serves as the main campus for Tift Regional Health System and strives to provide topnotch care for South Central Georgia residents.   

TRMC is accredited by the The Joint Commission, American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer and National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers.