Georgia: Your Link to a Strong Value Chain.
In Georgia, we understand what your business needs. Our experience and insight in life sciences provide essential resources across the total value chain. From research to clinical trials to distribution, Georgia is a leader when it comes to helping life science businesses thrive.
Companies can connect to industry leaders, ground-breaking technologies, nationally-ranked colleges and universities, a diverse population for clinical research and an experienced pool of scientists, technicians and production talent.
Each of the following sectors will guide you to specific information that matters to you most.
|Georgia’s Life Science Ecosystem. More than 225 healthcare information technology companies have a presence in Georgia, employing more than 16,000 people. Learn More>>|
|Cold Chain Storage. The airport’s 32,000-square-foot Atlanta Perishables Center is the only facility in Southeast approved by the USDA to apply cold treatment. Learn More>>|
|Fill and Finish. Georgia is home to more than 11,000 logistic providers and 1 million logistics-connected employees. Learn More>>|
|Health Information Technology. Seven of the top HIT-100 companies are headquartered in Georgia and generate approximately $4 billion in cumulative revenue. Learn More>>|
|Hematology and Immunology. Home to the world’s second largest blood processing facility, hematology and immunology account for 21% of Georgia’s life science workforce. Learn More>>|
|Medical Devices. Medical devices and diagnostics account for 50% of Georgia’s life science companies and 27% of the state’s life science workforce. Learn More>>|
The dedicated, multi-functional team of professionals at the Georgia Department of Economic Development understands the healthcare and life science industry’s complex and unique business needs.