Whether it is an unexpected illness, injury, or general medical services; Burke Medical Center can provide the care you need.  Our highly professional team of physicians, nurses, and technicians are equipped to handle a wide range of urgent medical conditions, injuries, and routine illnesses. 

​​Burke Medical Center is committed to providing excellent care while providing outstanding customer service.

  • Cardiology

  • Gastroenterology

  • Orthopedics

  • Urology          

  • Family&Internal Medicine      

  • Physical & Occupational Therapy        

  • Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitative Therapy

  • Wound Care           

  • Laboratory Service           

  • Radiology 

  • Diabetes Prevention & Management Programs

  • Emergency Services         

  • General Surgery         

  • Swing Bed Services


Emergency rooms are  the first line of defense for accidents, allergic reactions, and

many urgent medical situations. The ER works swiftly to triage each patient, prioritize care based on the severity of the condition, stabilize, and treat the patient.  Triage ensures the patients who need lifesaving treatment are seen before those presenting a less serious condition. Once the stabilized, the patient will be either discharged, admitted for a hospital stay or transferred to another facility.


When should you have a colonoscopy?

If you have no colorectal symptoms, family history of colon cancer, polyps or inflammatory bowel disease you should have your first exam at age 50 whether you are a man or a woman since colon cancer affects both equally. Recent evidence suggests that African Americans should begin screening earlier at the age of 45.

If one or more first degree relative (parent, sibling or child) has had a precancerous polyp or colon cancer, the general guideline is to begin colon cancer screening 10 years younger than the youngest age of the family member with colon cancer, or age 40, whichever is younger. There are additional guidelines for suspected or confirmed rare syndromes, and you should discuss these options with your doctor.

Patients with ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, should begin screening for colon cancer 8 – 10 years after the initial diagnosis.

If you don’t have a physician our RHC is ready to help you. Call (706)-554-2176

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Department of Radiology provides high quality diagnostic imaging services in a caring, safe and efficient environment.

  • Digital Mammogram with CAD

  • Computerized Tomography

  • Bone Density Scans

  • General Ultrasounds

  • Echocardiograms

  • Vascular Studies

  • Carotids

  • MRI

  • General Routine X-rays


Your heart is in good hands at Burke Medical Center. BMC partners with Augusta University to offer on site monthly Cardiology Clinics.

Skilled cardiologists treat the full spectrum of cardiovascular disease, hypertension, 

chest pain, shortness of breath, arrhythmia management, check pacemakers, evaluate stress tests and electrocardiograms.

Take care of your heart without leaving Burke County.


The Cardiopulmonary Department offers several services on an out-patient basis.

  • Holder Monitor

  • EKG

  • Pulmonary  Rehab

  • Pulmonary Function Test

  • Sleep Study

  • Qualify patients for home oxygen

Cardiopulmonary  can be reached at (706)554-4435 ext.2601


The Rehabilitation Department provides on-site, industry-leading physical, occupational and speech therapy. We provide both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation therapy meeting the individual needs by treating the whole person, their goals, interests, and passions.

  •    Pre- & post-surgical rehab

  •    Orthopedic & sports therapy

  •    Neuromuscular rehabilitation

  •    Post-Stroke / Neurological Recovery

  •    Dysphagia Therapy

  •    Post Orthopedic Surgery Rehabilitation  & *Kinesio taping

  •    Cardio-Pulmonary Procedure

  •    Speech Therapy 


Burke Medical Center is devoted to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders of the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles.

Our orthopedic specialize in certain areas of the body, such as:

  • Hip and knee

  • Foot and ankle

  • Shoulder and elbow

  • Hand

  • Spine