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New Endocrinologist Joins SMH’s First Physicians Group Network

New Endocrinologist Joins SMH’s First Physicians Group Network

Sonia Sharma, MS, MD, joins First Physicians Group Endocrinology with expertise in treating adrenal gland disorders, pituitary dysfunction, thyroid disease, osteoporosis and diabetes with the latest monitoring technology.

Monday, November 16, 2020
New G.I. Specialist Joins First Physicians Group Network

New G.I. Specialist Joins First Physicians Group Network

Sarasota Memorial Health Care System welcomes gastroenterologist Nihar Shah, MD, FACP, FACG, FASGE, to its expanding First Physicians Group (FPG) team of specialists dedicated to gastrointestinal health.

Monday, November 9, 2020
95 Years: Honoring the Past, Celebrating the Future

95 Years: Honoring the Past, Celebrating the Future

Sarasota Memorial is honoring its past, while celebrating its future as the hospital marks 95 years serving the Suncoast region.

Monday, November 2, 2020
SMH Celebrates 95 Years of Caring for the Community

SMH Celebrates 95 Years of Caring for the Community

On Nov. 2, 1925, the 32-bed Sarasota Hospital opened its doors. Ninety-five years later, Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System is a thriving regional medical center, with a network of outpatient and urgent care centers, a physician practice group, a Skilled Nursing and Rehab Center, a behavioral health hospital and plans under way to open a new hospital in Venice. As a community hospital, our greatest strength comes from the community we serve and our greatest pride comes from that service. Here’s a look back at 95 years of hospital history.

Monday, November 2, 2020
Mammograms: A Simple, 15-minute Screening Can Save Your Life

Mammograms: A Simple, 15-minute Screening Can Save Your Life

The science is clear: Yearly mammograms should be a regular practice for all women starting at age 40, possibly younger for those at higher risk. Breast cancer surgeon Sarah Kimball, MD, explains.

Friday, October 23, 2020
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