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SMH Breaking Ground on New Radiation Oncology Center

SMH Breaking Ground on New Radiation Oncology Center

Sarasota Memorial breaking ground on its first radiation oncology center, which will offer the most advanced radiation therapy and treatment technology in our community to target and treat individual cancers when it opens in the summer of 2020.

Wednesday, January 23, 2019
All Areas of Waldemere Medical Plaza Re-opening

All Areas of Waldemere Medical Plaza Re-opening

All areas of Waldemere Medical Plaza (1921 Waldemere St., across from SMH) will resume normal operations Friday, Jan. 11, after a broken fresh-water pipe forced a temporary, partial closure of the building earlier in the week.

Thursday, January 10, 2019
SMH Welcomes First Baby of 2019

SMH Welcomes First Baby of 2019

Sarasota Memorial Hospital welcomed its first baby of the 2019 New Year, a baby boy, at 12:50 am on Jan. 1.

Wednesday, January 02, 2019
Changing Lives, One Step at a Time

Changing Lives, One Step at a Time

Sarasota resident Bill McClintock is enjoying a special gift this holiday season, after Orthopedic Surgeon Adam Bright, MD, and Sarasota Memorial teamed up to provide him with a free knee replacement as part of Operation Walk USA, a medical humanitarian organization that coordinates free knee and hip surgeries for people in need.

Thursday, December 27, 2018
SMH Deploys New Robot to Target Hard-to-reach Lung Cancer

SMH Deploys New Robot to Target Hard-to-reach Lung Cancer

In an effort to diagnose lung cancer at earlier, more treatable stages, Sarasota Memorial this week deployed the Auris Health Monarch Platform, leading-edge technology and equipment that allows doctors to navigate and search the delicate, distant branches of the lung and obtain tissue samples from hard-to-reach nodules for biopsy. SMH is among just 10 hospitals in the US slated to deploy the system.

Thursday, December 20, 2018
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