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SMH Straight “A” Safety Streak

SMH Straight “A” Safety Streak

The Leapfrog Group released hospital safety report cards today. We are proud to share that SMH has earned another A in this twice annual hospital safety review. SMH has earned consecutive A’s since it began participating in the Leapfrog survey in 2016.

Tuesday, May 10, 2022
SMH-Venice Milk Depot to Collect Donated Breast Milk for Fragile, Premature Babies

SMH-Venice Milk Depot to Collect Donated Breast Milk for Fragile, Premature Babies

Just in time for Mother’s Day, Sarasota Memorial has opened a second Milk Depot at the new SMH-Venice Campus for local moms to donate their breast milk to struggling premature babies. 

Wednesday, May 4, 2022
Awesome News, Baby!

Awesome News, Baby!

After 7 months of chemotherapy, legendary ESPN broadcaster Dick Vitale is in remission. Flanked by his doctors and nurses and buoyed by the good news, the college basketball announcer rang the victory bell in a special ceremony at Sarasota Memorial Hospital’s Brian D. Jellison Cancer Institute.

Friday, April 15, 2022
SMH Earns Gallup's Exceptional Workplace Award

SMH Earns Gallup's Exceptional Workplace Award

Sarasota Memorial is pleased to have received an Exceptional Workplace Award from Gallup today. Just 41 organizations across multiple industries around the world made the 2022 list. This is the third time that SMH has won the prestigious Gallup award.

Thursday, March 31, 2022
SMH Breaks Ground on new Cornell Family Behavioral Health Pavilion

SMH Breaks Ground on new Cornell Family Behavioral Health Pavilion

SMH broke ground on the new Cornell Behavioral Health Pavilion, which is being built on the Sarasota campus directly across the street from the older Bayside Center that it will replace. The 3-story facility is slated to open in late 2023 and centralize behavioral health care for people of all ages.

Wednesday, March 30, 2022
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