My bad for missing your question up there otherwise I would have answered it had I seen it.
My experience at Emory was great for many reasons so I don't regret my time there, even with the loans. I studied accounting there so as far as the health programs I can't say but I can tell you some things in general.
The caliber of the faculty, I would say, is very good if not excellent. Professors in general have high expectations of students and so some of the courses were challenging just due to their teaching style. But because of it, you become a better student IMO. The same goes for the students too. A diverse mix, most from out of state and all very smart and motivated. Though, when I was admitted there, the bar wasn't as high as it is now!
What else...the campus is absolutely beautiful and small enough to get around without a bus (though they do offer those).
As for the city, you get the best of both worlds with a metropolitan city and suburban areas surrounding it. It's a very young in terms of demographics so its great if u're still single and looking.
And lastly...I have to admit that I did end up working for a top accounting firm...though as for whether that was because I went to Emory is hard to say. I always think its what you make of it. I will say though that going to a smaller, private school has its drawbacks in that there aren't as many alumni around, which does limit your networking potential purely due to size. But at the same time, Emory is well respected by companies and organizations within GA as well as the southeastern region in general.
Alright, did I write a book yet? You caught me a the right time b/c I just finished my finals...
Hope this helped!