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Media Notice: All media representatives and photographers must be escorted by a member of our Media Relations team while on campus. Please contact Kim Savage [kim-savage@smh.com] to arrange onsite interviews or video/photo shoots of patients, staff and healthcare providers in our facilities. For non-media inquiries, please call (941) 917-7777.

SMH Expands 3D Printing Amid Pandemic ... & Beyond

SMH Expands 3D Printing Amid Pandemic ... & Beyond

Across the nation, 3D printing is benefitting medical care in multiple ways, including the creation of better performing medical devices and personalized care for patients. During the pandemic, however, Sarasota Memorial Hospital adopted a more mundane, but critical new use for the technology: safeguarding the protective gear that shields doctors and nurses caring for COVID-19 patients.

Wednesday, July 21, 2021
Spine Surgeon, SMH Testing Spinal Fusion Alternatives

Spine Surgeon, SMH Testing Spinal Fusion Alternatives

Advances in non-fusion technology and motion-sparing techniques are giving some spine-surgery patients an alternative to spinal fusion. Learn how these developments are benefitting patients who suffer from low-back pain with leg pain or neck pain with arm pain. Led by Orthopedic Spine Surgeon Ashvin Patel, MD, Sarasota Memorial is testing these technologies that could change the gold standard.

Thursday, July 15, 2021
SMH Lab Earns Re-Accreditation, Recognition for Year of Critical Services

SMH Lab Earns Re-Accreditation, Recognition for Year of Critical Services

Sarasota Memorial’s Laboratory earned re-accreditation from the College of American Pathologists this month following a rigorous on-site survey and numerous accomplishments and critical services provided during a challenging year.

Wednesday, June 30, 2021
Demolition Paves Way for New Behavioral Health Pavilion

Demolition Paves Way for New Behavioral Health Pavilion

Sarasota Memorial Hospital leaders gathered this week to celebrate the first step in building a state-of-the-art Behavioral Health Pavilion on its Sarasota campus. Demolition of the 1960s-era Bayside East, which previously housed SMH behavioral health administrative offices and outpatient services, is clearing the way for a new, 82-bed, 95,000-square-foot Behavioral Health Pavilion that will be built on the east side of Osprey Avenue, between Waldemere and Hawthorne streets. 

Wednesday, June 9, 2021
SMH-Venice Installs New Physician Leaders

SMH-Venice Installs New Physician Leaders

Sarasota Memorial Hospital-Venice is pleased to announce its inaugural team of physician leaders. As SMH-Venice moves closer to its opening this fall, the physician leaders will serve an increasingly critical role in overseeing patient safety and the professional performance of the medical staff at the Venice hospital.

Monday, May 24, 2021
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