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Brooks County Hospital

903 North Court Street

Quitman, GA, 31643

(229) 263-4171

Brooks County Hospital provides exceptional care.

About Us

Quitman’s facility breathed new life in 1987 when the Hospital Authority of Brooks County Hospital leased the facility to John D. Archbold Memorial Hospital. The hospital’s affiliation with Archbold Hospital has proven to be an invaluable resource for the enhancement of the available healthcare for Brooks County citizens.

It’s important to know about the people who will be caring for you or a loved one.  We encourage you to find out more about us and what we have to offer by visiting us anytime.  We’ll be happy to give you a tour of our facility, meet the staff and realize what we already know:  Brooks County Hospital provides exceptional care.



Patients requiring assistance with transportation either to or from a healthcare facility may be helped by Archtrans.  This service consists of patient transportation vehicles specially equipped to handle patients in wheelchairs and stretchers, as well as ambulatory patients.


  • Echocardiograms (ECG)
  • Vascular Imaging

Community Education

  • Quarterly Health Talks
  • Health fairs
  • Educational classes
  • Screenings
  • Health and fitness
  • Summer camps
  • Support groups
  • Men’s health
  • Women’s Health


  • Part of a five facility outpatient network
  • Offers traditional hemodialysis
  • Offers home parenteral dialysis
  • Gives new freedom to many patients of Archbold Dialysis Services

Emergency Medicine

  • Open 24 hours a day
  • Five beds
  • Large waiting area
  • Full X-Ray
  • Full laboratory
  • CT (Computed Tomography)
  • Diagnosis services
  • Staff includes on-call physicians, physician assistants, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and paramedics
  • Each registered nurse must be certified every two years in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) and Trauma Nurse Certified

High Tech Services

  • Total parenteral nutrition
  • Enteral feeding products
  • IV rehydration
  • Antibiotic therapy
  • Chemotherapy treatment
  • Pain management

Home Health

Home Health supports patients with a variety of specialized healthcare services, each administered according to the attending physician’s prescribed orders.


  • MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
  • Mammography
  • Ultrasound
  • CT (Computerized Tomography) imaging


  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech-language pathology

Specialty Services

The Archbold-Brooks Specialty Clinic was established as a cooperative effort between the boards and medical staffs of Brooks County Hospital and John D. Archbold Memorial Hospital.  Its goal is to provide specialized medical care to the citizens of Brooks County and surrounding areas.

  • Cardiology
  • Nephrology
  • Oncology/Hematology
  • General, Thoracic and Vascular Surgery

Subacute Care

Generally when patients are first admitted to a hospital, they require nursing care. The first entry into the hospital is called an “acute care” admission. Usually the patient steadily regains his health and the need for extensive care is reduced. Eventually, the patient is well enough to be discharged from the hospital.

Sometimes, however, a patient may need an extended period of time after the acute phase of an illness to fully recuperate (usually two to three weeks). This type of medical attention is called “skilled nursing care” and is the type of care usually given in a nursing home or other healthcare setting.

Instead of transferring the patient needing skilled care to a nursing home, we offer the “Subacute Care” option.

When the patient in the hospital recuperates to the point where only skilled care is needed, the patient’s status is changed from acute care to subacute care. The patient is cared for in the hospital in much the same way as care would be provided in a nursing home, only with a higher intensity of services generally provided only by a hospital.