We believe everyone deserves exceptional medical care
regardless of insurance or income status.

Through a network of clinics and outreach programs, patients can access an array
of medical and social services, delivered with compassion.

Serving Atlanta since 1985

The Sisters of Mercy have a long history of healing ministry in the South. President Abraham Lincoln recognized them for their compassion and dedication to all soldiers in our Civil War. In 1880 they opened the first hospital in metro Atlanta, Atlanta Hospital, later named Saint Joseph's. In 1985 Mercy Care Services was incorporated as a non-profit and in 2001 built their current headquarters and clinic on Decatur Street in downtown Atlanta.

A LEGACY OF SAINT JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL

Fast Facts

Fundraising

More than $17 million dollars were raised in grants and donations in 2016.

 

Patient Stats

83% of Mercy Care patients are uninsured and 83% live at or below the poverty line.

 

Utilization

Mercy Care had over 52,000 total encounters in 2016 including 7,494 dental visits, 6,289 case management visits, and 9,083 mental health visits.

Latest News & Updates

Recent News Coverage on DeKalb Watershed and Mercy Care


Mercy Care Chamblee Virtual Tour


Chamblee clinic now open for adults and children. Learn more.


Learn more about our Street Medicine Program


FOX 5 Interviews Mercy Care Staff for Festival of Trees


CBS 46 follows Mercy Care's Street Medicine team


Atlanta Journal Constitution, Life with Gracie: Your mental health might be impacting your physical well-being (Oct. 27, 2016)


The Georgia Bulletin, With dental drills, Mercy Care clinic extends healing, compassion (July 7, 2016)


(Feb. 17, 2016): Mercy Care Successfully Completes Capital Campaign for New Clinic in Chamblee


Mercy Care's 'Field of Light' Video


Atlanta Business Chronicle, Mercy Care plans greatly expanded health clinic in Chamblee (May 29, 2015)


2015 Annual Report


Atlanta Journal Constitution, The Invisible Epidemic: Poor and mentally ill in Georgia (Sept. 21, 2015)


Atlanta Journal Constitution, 'Street Medicine' for city's homeless (Sept. 20, 2015)