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SMH Emergency Care Team Earns Prestigious Lantern Award

SMH Emergency Care Team Earns Prestigious Lantern Award

Sarasota Memorial Hospital's Emergency Care Center is one of just 19 emergency departments across the nation—and the only one in Florida—to earn the prestigious Emergency Nurses Association Lantern Award in 2018.
Thursday, July 05, 2018
SMH is 1st in Florida to Earn AHA Accreditation for Cardiac Care Excellence

SMH is 1st in Florida to Earn AHA Accreditation for Cardiac Care Excellence

Sarasota Memorial’s comprehensive heart program is the first in Florida and the fourth in the nation to receive the American Heart Association’s Cardiovascular Center of Excellence accreditation, which signifies exemplary performance in cardiac care.

Friday, June 29, 2018
SMH Selects Designer, Builder for Laurel Road Hospital

SMH Selects Designer, Builder for Laurel Road Hospital

The Sarasota County Public Hospital Board on Monday selected Flad Architects and Gilbane Building Co. to design and construct its new $225 million, 65-acre hospital campus in Venice.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Hospital Board Installs 2017-2018 Officers

Hospital Board Installs 2017-2018 Officers

The Sarasota County Public Hospital Board, which governs Sarasota Memorial Health Care System, elected its new officers for 2017-2018. 
Monday, November 20, 2017
SMH Working to Detect Lung Cancer at its Earliest Stages

SMH Working to Detect Lung Cancer at its Earliest Stages

Sarasota Memorial Health Care System hopes to help more people beat those odds with a new Lung Cancer Screening Program that can detect cancerous nodules and lesions at the earliest, most treatable stages. 
Monday, November 13, 2017
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