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Moving to a new city can be a difficult process, so here at Furnished Apartments Atlanta, we try to supply you with information that may be useful to you during your stay. Here below is a list of local hospitals and medical centers, as well as a list of local schools and places of worship.

Just in case of an emergency during your stay, here is a list of hospitals to contact:

  • St. Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta
  • Regency Hospital Company
  • Piedmont Hospital
  • Northside Hospital Forsyth
  • Grady Memorial Hospital
  • Emory University Hospital
  • DeKalb Medical Center

Moving to a new city a difficult process, especially if you have children of school age. Fortunately, Atlanta has over 85 schools that cater to over 50,000 students. All in all, residents of our short term rentals in Atlanta should be able to find many excellent public and private schools in the nearby area.

Some of the local public elementary schools are Brandon Elementary, Kittredge Magnet School, Morningside Elementary, Fernbank Elementary, Heards Ferry Elementary, and West Manor Elementary School.

Among the many middle schools in and around Atlanta are Inman Middle School, Sutton Middle School, Peachtree Charter Middle School, KIPP West Atlanta Young Scholars Academy, Coan Middle School, and Deerwood Academy. Some of the high schools in the area are Early College High School at Carver, North Springs High School, KIPP South Fulton Academy, Grady High School, Druid Hills High School, and Cross Keys High School.

Atlanta also has a number of well-respected private and denominational schools. Some of the highlights include The Galloway School, Holy Spirit Preparatory School, The Paideia School, The Lovett School, and Pace Academy.

Some of our clients are pursuing a graduate or master's degree, so rest assured that Atlanta has many colleges and universities dedicated to higher learning. Among those are.....

  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Emory University
  • Morehouse College
  • The University of West Georgia
  • Agnes Scott College
  • Clayton State University
  • Georgia Perimeter College
  • Gwinnett University Center
  • Kennesaw State University
  • Southern Polytechnic State University

Places of Worship:

Though it's situated at the epicenter of the Bible Belt, Atlanta surprisingly represents a number of diverse religions. One will find a slew of religious outlets catering to Catholicism and Protestantism in Atlanta but the city also has outlets for Judaism, Hinduism, and Islam. Regardless of your religious beliefs you'll certainly find a venue for worship. Here below is a list of just a few of Atlanta's places of worship:

American Methodist Episcopal Church
Ben Hill First Baptist Church
Brown Chapel Baptist Church
St. Anthony Catholic Church
St. Paul of the Cross Church
Peachtree Road Lutheran Church
Rivercliff Lutheran Church
Atlanta First United Methodist Church
Ben Hill United Methodist Church
Druid Hills Presbyterian Church

Ahavath Achim Congregation
Congregation Shearith Israel
Congregation Shaarei Shamayim
Congregation Beth Tefillah

Mosques & Islamic Centers:
Al-Farooq Masjid at Atlanta
Jamaat Al-Muslimeen
Masjid Ash-Shura
West End Community Masjid

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