Landmark Hospital of Athens
Landmark Hospital of Athens is a 42-bed premier critical-care hospital located in Athens, Ga., less than three miles from the University of Georgia campus. Located on a beautiful, park-like campus, it provides solutions for patients who require extended hospitalization for their medical care. The hospital provides its patients with exceptional medical care through innovative technologies and an experienced, caring medical team as patients’ journey toward healing.
As part of its commitment to patient safety, Landmark Athens operates the Synexis™ Air Purifier system, which uses hydrogen peroxide to reduce contaminants in the air. The system is proven to reduce the spread of COVID-19, MRSA, C. Diff, staph, e. coli, norovirus and influenza.
- Ventilator/tracheostomy weaning
- Respiratory failure
- Congestive heart failure
- Severe stroke
- Multi-system failure
- Specialized wound care
- Post-surgical/traumatic wounds
- Diabetic ulcers and ischemic ulcers
- Individualized in-house Tablo Dialysis services
- CIHQ and COLA accredited
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- 775 Sunset Dr.
Athens, GA 30606
CEO Landmark Hospital of Athens
Marie Saylor, chief executive officer for Landmark Hospital of Athens, directs a team of medical professionals devoted to continuous improvement, excellence, professionalism and innovation. Marie’s extensive background in the medical field is instrumental in high-quality operations and leadership development at the Hospital.
Named CEO in 2018, Marie works tirelessly to present Landmark Hospital of Athens as the hospital of choice for patients, physicians and employees. She endorses evidence-based practice to deliver the highest quality care to patients and families and to support the well-being of communities served by the Hospital.
Marie began her nursing career at Landmark Hospital of Athens in 2011, and in 2015 was promoted to Chief Clinical Officer, leading the clinical staff in providing optimal care and exceptional patient outcomes.
Marie is an honor’s graduate from Chamberlain College of Nursing in Atlanta, earning both a BSN and MSN. She is a Pennsylvania native and lives in Colbert, Ga., with her three children.