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SMH Urologist Honored for Robotic Surgery Milestone

SMH Urologist Honored for Robotic Surgery Milestone

Sarasota Memorial urologist Robert Carey, MD, was honored for his pioneering work in the field of robotic surgery this month a reaching a milestone achieved by only a handful of Florida surgeons: He has performed more than 2,300 da Vinci robot-assisted surgeries.

Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Lorrie Liang Appointed President of SMH-Sarasota Campus

Lorrie Liang Appointed President of SMH-Sarasota Campus

Lorrie Liang, who previously served as Sarasota Memorial Health Care System’s Chief Operating Officer, has been appointed president of the Sarasota Memorial Hospital – Sarasota campus. In her expanded role, Liang will oversee strategic initiatives, operations and overall performance of the main hospital in Sarasota.

Wednesday, February 3, 2021
NFL Super Bowl Surprise for SMH Patient Care Team

NFL Super Bowl Surprise for SMH Patient Care Team

The patient care team from 5 Waldemere Tower at Sarasota Memorial was the first group of front-line health care heroes to be invited by the NFL to Super Bowl LV!  

Friday, January 22, 2021
SMH Cancer Team Offering Advanced Chemotherapy Procedure

SMH Cancer Team Offering Advanced Chemotherapy Procedure

Sarasota Memorial Hospital is the first medical center on the Suncoast and among a progressive group of leading cancer centers around the country providing Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC), a process in which heated chemotherapy is infused directly into a patient's abdomen during surgery.

Tuesday, January 19, 2021
SMH Receives COVID-19 Vaccine 2nd Dose Shipment

SMH Receives COVID-19 Vaccine 2nd Dose Shipment

Sarasota Memorial Health Care System received roughly 15,000 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday, the same number of doses in its initial allotments. The “just in time” delivery will ensure the health system can begin administering a second round of doses to all of the healthcare workers and community members who received their initial injection from SMH over the last 3 weeks.

Friday, January 15, 2021
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