Grady Health System

Grady Health System was created by and named for Henry W. Grady, editor of the "Atlanta Constitution," who worried about the lack of quality health care for Atlanta's poor. Since that time, Grady has grown considerably from its original three story, 110-bed facility. It now stands as one of the largest health systems in the United States. Grady Health System today continues to maintain its strong commitment to the health-care needs of Fulton and DeKalb counties underserved, while also offering a full-range of specialized medical services for all segments of the community.

Case Studies

Grady Health engaged Summit to stabilize PeopleSoft Financials and Supply Chain implementation and transition to Managed Services. Summit designed the procurement, sourcing and order fulfillment processes to streamline Pharmacy order fulfillment and improve inventory accuracy. Implemented HCM and transitioned to Managed Services to support day-to-day activities.