Fisher House Services & Facilities Provided
- Lodging Provided For Families of in-patients.
- Type of Lodging: Private rooms with private baths
- Capacity: 7 Families
- Handicapped accessible/equipped
- Free parking
- Computer Room with WiFi Access
Fort Gordon Hospital Information
Eisenhower Army Medical Center provides a broad spectrum of services, ranging from Neurosurgery and Cardiac Surgery to Orthopedics and General Surgery. For additional information please visit the website:www.ddeamc.amedd.army.mil
The Zachary and Elizabeth M. Fisher House at Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center opened on 3 April 1993.
The Fisher House at Fort Gordon is a beacon of southern hospitality, and a place for comfort for the friends and families of military men and women. The red brick Georgia-colonial Fisher House, with its southern charm, has been home to families of patients at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center since 1993. The house is also open to military and retiree families of patients at the Medical College of Georgia, the Augusta Regional Burn Center, and the Augusta VA Medical Center. Fort Gordon Fisher House is your Home away from Home in Augusta.
Fisher House is located within walking distance of Eisenhower Army Medical Center. The Fisher House has seven individual smoke free rooms with a full bath. Residents share a common living room, kitchen, dining room and laundry area, some of which are handicapped accessible. Please call the Fisher House Manager for further information.
Fisher House Mission
To support Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center’s mission, vision and values. To provide temporary lodging in a warm, compassionate and caring home away from home environment to members of our Armed Services, veterans, and their families during a medical crisis. To provide a place where families can relax, unwind and provide emotional support to each other during a time of need, and to escape from the tensions of the hospital environment.
Fort Gordon Area Highlights
Beautiful Augusta, Georgia, approximately 150 miles from Atlanta, is easily accessible to most of the southeast via Interstate 20. Augusta is known for its brightly colored azaleas and for Ft Gordon, home of the Army Signal Corps. The Savannah River serves as the state line and separates Augusta, Georgia from North Augusta, South Carolina. Founded as a trading outpost during the British colonial period, Augusta is the Second oldest and second largest city in Georgia and today stands as the center for medicine, the military, and manufacturing. The city, however, is likely best known as home of the Masters Golf Tournament, held the first full week of April.