Sarasota Memorial Health Care Center at Blackburn Point
929 S. Tamiami Trail, Osprey, FL 34229
Sarasota Memorial's Health Care Center at Blackburn Point provides an array of convenient medical services to southern Sarasota, Osprey, Nokomis, Venice, Englewood and surrounding communities.
Like all of our specialty campuses, Blackburn Point sets the standard for quality healthcare, bringing first-class outpatient services to the places where our patients live, while keeping them closely linked with Sarasota Memorial Hospital.
Imaging services at Blackburn Point are conveniently located on the first floor. Patients must have a valid order for imaging from a physician. To verify insurance coverage for the service, please call your insurance provider. Hours are Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Digital screening mammography (3D available)
- Bone Density
To schedule an appointment, call 917-7322. For more information, call 917-6775.
The Blackburn Point campus also offers blood draw and general lab testing services. Walk-ins are welcome for lab services with a physician's order. To verify insurance coverage of the services, please call your insurance provider. Hours are Monday - Friday, 6:30 am to 4:30 pm.
Backed by the strength and integrity of Sarasota Memorial Health Care System, First Physicians Group offers primary and specialty medical care in several locations. The Blackburn Point location in Osprey is staffed with Internal Medicine and Pediatrics board-certified physicians, who provide continuing comprehensive healthcare for individuals and families—from pediatrics through geriatrics. For information or to schedule an appointment, please call (941) 917-4700. First Physicians Group also offers Obstetrics and Gynecology specialty care physicians at two offices; call (941) 917-7888 or (941) 917-8565 to schedule an appointment.
Sarasota Memorial's Pain Management Program at the Health Care Center at Blackburn Point comprises a team of medical experts who provide interdisciplinary, comprehensive pain management services. Our pain care team works with each patient to develop an individualized treatment plan that allows for increased function ability and quality of life. The team comprises board-certified Pain Medicine physicians, registered and licensed practical nurses, and radiology technicians. The program offers a wide range of services, from conservative medication management to advanced interventional procedures. Using evidence-based methods to provide patients with the highest level of care, the program also pursues clinical research initiatives to further the science of Pain Management. For information about Sarasota Memorial's Pain Care Centers and services, call (941) 917-4500.
Diabetes patients will find support, motivation, education and the tools they need to make lifestyle changes to maintain optimum blood sugar control and prevent complications. Sarasota Memorial's outpatient diabetes education program is one of only 600 programs in the United States to receive recognition from the American Diabetes Association. South county residents will find convenient access to SMH's Certified Diabetes Educators for diabetes management, education and support at the Blackburn Point Health Care Center. A free diabetes education class is offered at this location as a monthly group session (excluding summer months) to discuss hot topics in diabetes management from certified diabetes educators or guest speakers. Starting in August 2019, diabetes educators also will offer individualized, one-on-one consultations and disease management help (provider referral required). For information, call 941-917-7468.
If you take blood thinner medication (Warfarin, Coumadin, etc.), know that our conveniently located specialty clinic can help you manage it safety. For information or an appointment, call 941-917-8889.
Sarasota Memorial's Heart Failure Clinic is an outpatient program that provides heart failure patients and their families with comprehensive education, symptom management and monitoring to strengthen their cardiovascular health and improve their quality of life. For more information, please call (941) 917-PUMP (7867).