An Atlanta hospital is asking the public to help them identify a female patient who is unable to provide any information about herself and has not been visited or claimed by any relatives or friends, MyFoxAtlanta reported Wednesday.

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The Jane Doe patient, an African-American woman hospital officials estimate to be in her late thirties or early forties, was admitted to the Grady Emergency Care Center at Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital on Dec. 15 after being hit by a car in downtown Atlanta. According to the report, she is 5'6, between 130-140 pounds, and has three snowflake tattoos below her right knee.

The woman's injuries prevent her from providing the hospital with any information, MyFoxAtlanta.com reported.

Anyone with information about the patient should call Grady Memorial Hospital’s Social Services Department at 404-616-5331.