The W.T. Anderson Health Center has a long history of community service and commitment to community health. It was created in 1916 as an outpatient clinic of The Macon Hospital and has grown with and into an essential component of The Medical Center of Central Georgia, enhancing the health status of those served.
The W.T. Anderson Health Center provides comprehensive, quality, healthcare and health education for Central Georgia residents. In addition, it is a source of practical outpatient clinical experience for medical residents of The Medical Center of Central Georgia/Mercer University School of Medicine and other health professionals.
The W.T. Anderson Health Center provides access to 10 multidisciplinary clinics, which include primary care and specialty care for our special patients. We have more than 15,000 visits each year. Those patients needing financial assistance for healthcare services at the Anderson Health Center may apply for membership in the CarePartners Program.