Shepherd Center Magazine Features A Look Back at the Hospital’s 40-Year History
The summer 2015 edition of Shepherd Center Magazine is available as a PDF download.
The summer 2015 edition of Shepherd Center Magazine is dedicated to celebrating Shepherd Center's 40th anniversary, which occurs on Aug. 18, 2015. The magazine is available for download as a PDF file, or readers can learn more by clicking the links below.
Living in the Moment: Five Pivotal Moments in Shepherd Center’s 40-Year History
As Shepherd Center turns 40, we recall five pivotal moments in its history that helped the hospital become world-renowned in spinal cord and brain injury rehabilitation.
Raising Our Voices: How Shepherd Center’s Advocacy Program has Advanced Rights for People with Disabilities
For 28 years, Shepherd Center’s advocacy program has promoted full inclusion for people with disabilities.
Finishing First: Shepherd Center's Role in the 1996 Paralympics
Shepherd Center played a key role in winning the 1996 Paralympic Games for Atlanta – and changing the city in the process.
30 Years of Research Innovation at Shepherd Center
Shepherd Center has been on the forefront of spinal cord injury research for the past 30 years.
Shepherd Center Ranks Among Top 10 in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals
For the second year in a row, Shepherd Center ranked No. 9 in a list of the top 10 rehabilitation hospitals in the nation in a U.S. News & World Report survey released this month.
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Shepherd Center provides world-class clinical care, research, and family support for people experiencing the most complex conditions, including spinal cord and brain injuries, multi-trauma, multiple amputations, stroke, multiple sclerosis, and pain. Ranked by U.S. News as one of the nation’s top 10 hospitals for rehabilitation and the best in the Southeast, Shepherd Center treats more than 850 inpatients and 7,600 outpatients annually with unmatched expertise and unwavering compassion to help them begin again.