HCA West Florida

H C A
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HCA West Florida
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Medical Center of Trinity opens with strong community support and
represents a more than $186 million investment, featuring all private rooms
and the latest technology. Services designed for patient privacy and family
involvement abound, with adult and pediatric emergency services and
obstetrics proving to be very popular.
HCA West Florida will be opening another new hospital this year in Poinciana.
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A Message
From Our President
HCA West Florida completed a very
successful year, contributing more than
$1.8 billion to the economic health of
west and central Florida. As one of the
largest employers, our contributions
are significant, from economic to
clinical and far exceeding other
health systems in a variety of publicly
reported metrics.
Peter A. Marmerstein, FACHE
President &
Chief Executive Officer
HCA West Florida
Leadership
Peter A. Marmerstein, FACHE
President & Chief Executive Officer
Timothy Burroughs
Chief Financial Officer
Larry J. Feinman, D.O., FACOS
Chief Medical Officer
With 25,000 employees, physicians,
and volunteers who serve the area’s
unique and diverse communities, we
are committed to providing the highest
quality medical care, while supporting
the region where we live, work, and
raise our families.
At a time when many businesses are
cutting back, HCA West Florida has
significantly expanded our operations
with the opening of the $186 million
Medical Center of Trinity in early 2012
and our first freestanding ER in Plant
City. We are expediting construction
for a new hospital to serve the
residents of southeast Osceola County,
Poinciana Regional Medical Center,
operating two Level II Trauma Centers,
completing Phase I of a $52 million
expansion in Hernando County,
significantly expanding our medical
education and training initiatives,
recruiting and employing more
physicians to meet community needs,
and breaking ground for a second
freestanding ER in Oviedo. All of these
projects are bringing needed medical
services and specialists to the area
and will serve as an economic base for
future growth and expansion.
In a state still recovering from a
recession, HCA West Florida’s
contributions as a major tax payer
and employer are far reaching. We
provided $1.17 billion in salaries and
benefits in west and central Florida and
paid more than $108 million in taxes in
2012. This is an increase of $33 million
HCA WEST FLORIDA
in tax dollars paid over the previous
year. With the need to provide medical
care as efficiently as possible, and our
ability to secure national contracts,
we were still able to demonstrate our
commitment to the communities we
serve by purchasing $172 million in
goods and services locally.
Our clinical teams provided
outstanding care to more than 1.2
million patients last year, as evidenced
by 12 of our 15 hospitals named
“Top Performers,” a special quality
recognition by the nation’s leading
healthcare accrediting body, The
Joint Commission. We ended the
year with an unprecedented fourth
quarter composite inpatient CMS
Core Measures score of 99.78 percent.
This places our hospitals in the top
decile for quality, as defined by these
objective measures of quality. The
Leapfrog Safe Hospital score, a key
industry ranking for patient safety,
awarded our HCA hospitals a total of
10 “A” ratings in 2012. Finally, HCA
West Florida hospitals also earned
41 disease-specific certifications
from The Joint Commission.
With one-third of the state’s budget
spent on healthcare, HCA understands
the importance and significance
of providing high quality and cost
effective healthcare. HCA West Florida
will continue to work with local, state,
and national governments as well as
with area business leaders to ensure
continued access to healthcare for the
residents of west and central Florida.
Sincerely,
Peter A. Marmerstein, FACHE
President & Chief Executive Officer
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Oviedo ER Groundbreaking
Growing To Meet The Needs
Of West & Central Florida Communities
Poinciana Medical Center will open
in summer 2013 as a 110,000 square foot acute care
hospital, featuring 24 private medical-surgical beds and
a six-bed intensive care unit. The facility will provide a
full range of acute care services including emergency,
Poinciana Construction
diagnostic imaging, inpatient and outpatient surgery,
square feet with 12 exam rooms and will include an EMS
cardiac catheterization, laboratory and pharmacy.
entrance and helicopter pad for rapid transport of critically
The Emergency Department is approximately 11,000
ill patients to Osceola Regional Medical Center.
Freestanding ERs
HCA West Florida built and opened its first freestanding ER
held in December in Oviedo, which will open later this year
in October, enabling Brandon Regional Hospital to expand
as a department of Central Florida Regional Hospital.
services into Plant City.
Freestanding ERs provide
around the clock emergency
care and are staffed,
equipped and function
as a hospital ER, but can
be located in adjacent
communities to improve
access.
Groundbreaking for a
second freestanding ER was
Brandon’s Plant City ER
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HCA West Florida
Hospital Locations
Marion
Vol u s ia
HERNANDO, PASCO
& CITRUS COUNTIES
Ci t rus
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S u mtte r
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Oak Hill Hospital
H err n a n d
do
Regional
gional Medical Ce
Center
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Bayonet Point
Medical Center of Trinity –
West Pasco Campus
Pi ne
nellas
Largo Medical Center
Largo Medical Center –
Indian Rocks Road Campus
Central
nntral
t Florida
Regional Hospital
L a ke
75
O r a ng e
ORLANDO
Pa sco
s
Medical Center of Trinity
Osceola
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Regional
al
Medical Center
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Futuree Site:
Poinciana Medical Center
TAMPA
ST. PETERSBURG
275
O s c eola
H i l l sb
b o ro ugh
Northside Hospita
Hospital
ital
St. Petersburg General Hospital
pitall
Edward White
Hospital
B reva rd
Brandon Regional Hospital
South Bay Hospital
I n dia n
R iver
M a n ate e
Blake Medical Center
Okeechobee
Hardee
St. Lu c ie
H igh la n d s
S a r a so t a
Doctors Hospital of Sarasota
Englewood Community Hospital
75
Ch a r llotte
M a r tin
G lades
Pa lm B ea c h
Le e
Brandon Regional Hospital
South Bay Hospital
Blake Medical Center
Doctors Hospital of Sarasota
Englewood Community Hospital
Fawcett Memorial Hospital
OSCEOLA COUNTY
Osceola Regional Medical Center
Poinciana Medical Center (Future Site)
PINELLAS COUNTY
D e S oto
Fawcett Memorial Hospital
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
MANATEE, SARASOTA &
CHARLOTTE COUNTIES
Po lk
75
Oak Hill Hospital
Medical Center of Trinity &
Medical Center of Trinity –
West Pasco Campus
Regional Medical Center
Bayonet Point
H en d r y
Edward White Hospital
Largo Medical Center &
Largo Medical Center –
Indian Rocks Road Campus
Northside Hospital
St. Petersburg General Hospital
SEMINOLE COUNTY
Central Florida Regional Hospital
Our Facilities & Services
Hospital Campuses
Surgery Centers
Diagnostic Imaging Centers
Inpatient Rehabilitation Sites
Inpatient Psychiatric Care Sites
Occupational Health Sites
Skilled Nursing Units
Graduate Medical Education Programs
Number of Licensed Beds
Total Employees
Total Physicians
Total Volunteers
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16
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3
4
10
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3,787
17,756
3,979
3,490
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2013
Community Impact Summary
Statistics
Total Patients Treated
Annual Hospital Admissions
Annual Emergency Visits
Total Medicaid Patients Treated
Medicaid Market Share
Total Uninsured Patients Treated1
Uninsured Market Share
1,204,888
175,710
618,511
192,167
18.41%
135,189
30.08%
(1) excludes Medicaid patients treated
Economic Impact
Total Salaries & Benefits
$ 1,168,404,859
Cost of Charity & Uncompensated Care
$ 205,443,470
Taxes Paid:
Federal Income Tax
$ 39,960,160
State Income Tax
$ 9,109,425
Indigent Care Tax
$ 30,236,179
Property Tax
$ 14,713,960
Sales Tax
$ 14,520,234
Other Local Tax
$ 204,468
Total Taxes
$ 108,744,426
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Capital Investment
$ 119,614,955
Total Local Vendor Support
$ 172,498,223
Minority & Women Owned Business Support
$ 1,064,626
Physician Specialty Coverage for Emergency Care $ 34,160,296
TOTAL Economic Impact
$ 1,808,866,229
Total Cost
of Charity &
Uncompensated Care 11.4%
Local Vendor
Support 9.6%
(1) 5 year annual average
FY 2012 statistics
Total Taxes 6%
Capital
Investment 6.6%
Total Salaries
& Benefits 64.6%
Physician Specialty
Coverage for
Emergency Care 1.9%
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Giving Back
To Our Community
HCA West Florida hospitals provide financial and volunteer support to countless civic organizations, schools, colleges,
community projects and charitable organizations in their communities. Our hospitals also sponsor a wide range of
community health information programs, screenings and seminars, which are posted on hospital websites, on the Classes
and Events calendar.
Going Green
Health Partners
HCA hospitals are involved with green initiatives at the
We partner with a wide range of resources, including
facility level and in many cases in the greater community.
HealthGrades and iTriage, to bring our communities
HCA is an active member of Practice Greenhealth, an
the latest health information, quickly and conveniently.
industry leader in sustainable, eco-friendly practices.
For information on downloading the iTriage mobile
It is part of our commitment to have a comprehensive
application, visit our hospital websites or
environmental strategy in concert with our mission of the
www.HCAWestFlorida.com.
care and improvement of human life.
Hurricane Preparedness
We offer one of the most comprehensive hurricane
preparedness plans to ensure our patients and our staff
who care for them are safe before, during and after a
storm. HCA West Florida has contracts with vendors from
around the state and nation to provide support from
on-site security, to generators, to food. Transfer processes
and plans with our network of hospitals across the country
also exist should patients need to be relocated.
Benefit Enrollment Assistance
We are committed to helping uninsured patients qualify
for local and state health benefits programs. Each hospital
offers on-site benefit education and Medicaid enrollment
assistance.
Consult a Nurse®
Free physician referral and health information are
available around-the-clock by calling 1-877-4-HCA-DOCS
(1-877-442-2362). Registered nurses are available for
consultation through this bilingual community service,
which also registers people for the numerous community
education classes and programs sponsored by the HCA
hospitals in central and west Florida.
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Social Media
HCA West Florida and many of our hospitals now have
a social media presence to engage our patients and
the communities we serve as fully as possible. Links to
Facebook, Twitter, and other channels can be found on our
hospital websites.
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Volunteering
HCA West Florida employees
donated countless volunteer
hours last year. From providing
medical care and expertise
on mission trips, to serving on
Chamber Boards and nonprofit
advocacy, our staff, volunteers
and physicians give back to our
communities, inside and outside
of our facilities.
A Partial Listing of Organizations Benefiting From Our Involvement:
Adam’s Garden
African American Club
Alzheimer’s Family Organization
American Cancer Society
American Heart Association
American Legion
American Lung Association
American Parkinsons
Disease Association
American Red Cross
Arthritis Foundation
Autism Speaks
Better Breathers Club
Boy Scouts
Boys and Girls Club
Brandon Foundation
Brandon Outreach Clinic
C.A.R.E.
Center for Abuse and
Rape Emergencies
Chambers of Commerce
Chamber Leadership Programs
Charlotte County Homeless Coalition
Charlotte Symphony Orchestra
Children’s Cancer Center
Citrus County Harvest
Coastal Wildlife Club
Community Colleges
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Deputy Darlings
Diabetes Support Group
Economic Development Councils
Education Foundations
Falls Prevention Coalition
Florida Association of Physicians
of Indian Origin
Florida Blood Services
Foster & Adoptive Parents Association
Girl Scouts
Good Samaritan Services
Goodwill
Great American Teach-in
Habitat for Humanity
HCA Hope Fund
H2U Partners Club
Hospice
Junior Achievement
Junior League
Juvenile Diabetes Research
Kiwanis Clubs
Lealman Asian &
Neighborhood Family Center
LifeLink
LifeSouth Community Blood Center
Lighthouse for the Blind &
Visually Impaired
Locks of Love
Lupus Foundation
March of Dimes
Mayor’s Mentors & More
Meals on Wheels
Medical Associations & Societies
Metropolitan Ministries
Ministerial Associations
Muscular Dystrophy Association
Patriots Club
Police Athletic League
Rao Musunuru, M.D. CARES
Senior Enrichment Center
Rotary
Salvation Army
Sheriff’s Youth Education
Shoes for Kids
South African Medical Expedition
Special Olympics
St. Petersburg Free Clinic
St. Vincent De Paul Health Clinic
Sun City Center Emergency Squad
Suncoast Community Blood Bank
United States Military
United Way
Urban League
USO
Year of the Child
Young Life
YMCA
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Quality And
Patient Safety
Putting Patients First is the foundation of our culture and passion for providing quality
healthcare. Many of our initiatives serve as national models today, as we lead the way
in adopting best practices to eliminate clinical variations.
Clinical Excellence
HCA West Florida hospitals achieve industry leading performance on public clinical
measures, including CMS Core Measures. We completed 2012 with a preliminary
fourth quarter Core Measures composite inpatient score of 99.78%, and 12 of our 15
hospitals earned national recognition as Top Performers in Key Quality Measures from
The Joint Commission in the areas of Heart Attack, Heart Failure, Pneumonia and
Surgical Care.
We earned 10 “A” Hospital Safety Score ratings in 2012, which uses national
performance measures from the Leapfrog Hospital Survey, the Agency for Healthcare
Larry J. Feinman, DO, FACOS
Chief Medical Officer
Chief Medical
Officer
HCA West Florida welcomed
Chief Medical Officer (CMO)
Dr. Larry Feinman to provide
physician leadership, support
and oversight to our robust
quality and patient safety
agenda. Dr. Feinman is an
accomplished general and
vascular surgeon who most
recently served as CMO at
Largo Medical Center. Today,
he collaborates with CMOs
and medical staff leadership
throughout the division to
enhance the reduction of clinical
variation, support the expansion
of graduate medical education
programs and promote our
quality and clinical decision
support programs.
Research and Quality (AHRQ), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) to produce a single
score representing a hospital’s overall performance in keeping patients safe from
preventable harm and medical errors.
Our hospitals are saving lives, reducing complication rates and eliminating
unnecessary costs through a strong focus on quality. We are achieving and exceeding
national clinical goals and benchmarks. These efforts are strongly supported by HCA’s
Clinical Services Group, an industry leader in bringing evidenced based medicine to
the bedside in community hospitals nationwide.
AIM for Zero
The goal is to eliminate Central Line-
Airstrip OB™ &
Cardiology™
Associated Blood Stream Infections
Several of our hospitals have adopted
(CLABSI) through the consistent
this technology that allows physicians
application of proven techniques to
to remotely access and view patient
protect patients from preventable blood
monitors from their smartphones.
stream infections during their hospital stay.
We are making our hospitals safer for
Broselow System
for Acute Pediatric
Administration of Drugs
our patients and visitors through our flu
All of our hospital emergency
vaccine initiative. This includes providing
departments, nurseries and pediatric
free vaccines to staff and requiring
programs are equipped with this
vaccinations of health workers with direct
sophisticated medication safety system
patient contact. When a vaccine is not
to ensure the proper dosing and
possible, the caregiver wears a mask.
administration of drugs to infants
Flu Season Preparation
and children.
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St. Petersburg General Hospital
is one of only two hospitals in
Florida designated as a GYN
Robotic Epicenter.
from
around
Physicians
the
country
come to train on the da Vinci®
robotic system and learn from
the hospital’s best industry
practices.
Maternal/Fetal Safety
Initiatives
All of our obstetrics programs
Teaching hospital by the Agency for
adhere to the latest in patient safety
Healthcare Administration, is home
HCA took a leadership role with the
guidelines, with Brandon Regional
to the largest osteopathic teaching
March of Dimes and other national
Hospital providing Level III Neonatal
program in the southeastern United
organizations by participating in
Intensive Care Unit (NICU) services,
States and features 13 medical
initial research studies to minimize or
the highest level available. Osceola
residency/fellowship training
eliminate elective deliveries before 39
Regional Medical Center offers a Level
programs on campus. St. Petersburg
weeks gestation. Study results showed
II NICU program and around the clock
General Hospital and Northside
a positive impact on the health of
obstetrical coverage through its OB/
Hospital also sponsor medical training
babies. Today this is a standard
GYN hospitalist program.
programs including Traditional
practice in our hospitals.
Rotating Internship and Family
We were the first US healthcare
Medical Education
Practice Residency.
system to perform a blood test to
More than 200 physicians came to
We are finalizing plans now to open
screen newborns for kernicterus,
the area last year to complete their
new programs at Oak Hill Hospital
which can cause permanent brain
medical education in HCA sponsored
and Osceola Regional Medical
damage and physical impairment.
programs. Studies indicate that many
Center in 2014 and programs at other
If identified immediately, it is easily
of these physicians will make the
facilities in 2015.
treatable. Today, this screening is a
community where they complete their
standard of care in hospital newborn
graduate medical education their
nurseries across the county and as a
permanent home.
result the incidence of kernicterus has
Largo Medical Center, which has
participated in the national Randomized
been dramatically reduced.
been conferred the status of Statutory
Evaluation of Decolonization versus
Medical Research
Eight West Florida HCA hospitals
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Universal Clearance to Eliminate
research programs, conducting
attack, which is identified on an
(REDUCE) MRSA Trial study in
community-based clinical trials in
EKG. Early treatment to the blocked
conjunction with investigators at Harvard
oncology and cardiology through
coronary artery minimizes the extent
and the Agency for Healthcare Research
affiliations with a network of more than
of the heart muscle damage and
and Quality (AHRQ) and the Centers
700 physicians. It was formed in 2004
preserves the pumping function of the
for Disease Control and Prevention
through a joint venture between HCA
heart, thereby increasing survival and
(CDC). Results released in October show
and Tennessee Oncology.
reducing or eliminating complications.
universal treatment of all patients in the
Additionally, many of our hospitals work
HCA West Florida hospitals are saving
with physicians engaged in research
lives through an aggressive focus
and clinical trial initiatives in multiple
on treating STEMI patients quickly.
specialty areas.
Partnering with EMS has allowed
Intensive Care Unit (ICU) resulted in a 37
percent reduction of risk of methicillinresistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
clinical isolates and a 44 percent
reduction of bloodstream infections
Radiation Right
by all pathogens. As a result of this
Radiation Right applies patient safety
groundbreaking study, HCA is rolling out
principles and actions to medical
universal decolonization company-wide.
imaging and radiation therapy with
Another research focus is on improving
the goal of protecting patients from
trauma care in Florida through our
the harmful effects of radiation
collaboration with USF Health. Level II
overexposure. Radiation Right focuses
Trauma Centers at Blake Medical Center
on providing each patient with the
and Regional Medical Center Bayonet
Right Exam, of the Right Site, in the
Point are participating in gathering
Right Dose. Initially developed by
information that will be used to develop
the HCA Clinical Services Group,
best practices in trauma care.
this program has been adopted by
Largo Medical Center is actively
engaged in clinical research. Current
research studies conducted by the
medical staff involve cardiac and primary
care related issues. The residents/
fellows also participate in research as
part of their training.
all HCA West Florida hospitals and
medical treatment to begin immediately
on the scene, before the patient arrives
in our emergency departments.
STEMI times are defined as the time
it takes to reestablish blood flow and
the American College of Cardiology,
the American Heart Association
and the Joint Commission have
established that this should occur in
90 minutes or less. Our hospitals are
averaging times well below this and,
in most cases, are posting STEMI
times on their hospital websites.
imaging centers.
HCA West Florida hospitals have
Sepsis Program
times and PCI complication rates,
Severe sepsis is now one the most
with 14 of our hospitals Chest Pain
common causes of death in ICUs
Center accredited and 11 offering
nationally. We are aggressively
Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
working to reduce this patient
(PCI) services.
made great strides, reducing STEMI
The Central Florida Cardiac & Vascular
safety threat through hospital and
Institute at Osceola Regional Medical
community-wide focus on early
Center and Northside Hospital are
recognition and management.
We piloted this technology to enable
sites, affiliated with the Sarah Cannon
STEMI Initiative
from the bedside into our clinical
Research Institute of Nashville (SCRI).
A STEMI (ST-Elevation Myocardial
system, making them immediately
SCRI is one of the largest clinical
Infarction) is a deadly type of heart
available for review by clinicians.
cardiovascular clinical research strategic
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Vitals Now
the automatic capture of patient vitals
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Specialized
Care
Emergency Excellence
& Trauma Care
Centers in the state, where patients can
be transferred for the latest interventions
Many of our hospital emergency
when needed.
rooms provide special amenities
ER processes to enhance patient care
We are also saving lives both locally and
for pediatric patients and their
and reduce wait times. From stroke care
throughout the state through the HCA
to ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction
trauma network, which includes two
(STEMI) times, we are saving lives and
West Florida hospitals. More than 2,700
improving the quality of lives through
patients have been treated in our trauma
one of HCA West Florida’s
advanced technology delivered quickly.
programs at Blake and Regional Medical
two accredited Level II Trauma
Last year, 618,511 patients received
Center Bayonet Point, far exceeding
care in our ERs.
expectations. More than 90 percent of
We are a national leader in improving
All 15 hospitals are Primary Stroke
Centers and 14 are Accredited Chest
Pain Centers, most with PCI services to
treat STEMI patients immediately. Our
STEMI times are well below the national
goal of 90 minutes and we post these on
hospital websites along with the ER wait
time. Northside Hospital is one of only a
few designated Comprehensive Stroke
families, such as this waiting
room at Blake Medical Center,
Centers.
these patients come from the hospital’s
local community, meaning patients now
have immediate access to trauma care
within the “golden hour” and closer to
their homes and loved ones. We have
recruited a number of excellent surgeons
as a result of our trauma programs and
we continue to work with USF Health in
researching best practices to improve
trauma care statewide.
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Regional Hospital, Osceola Regional
Medical Center and Oak Hill Hospital
posting Pediatric ER wait times on their
websites and by texting “ER” to 23000.
Heart &
Vascular Network
Several exciting new cardiovascular
services opened this past year, including
Blake Medical Center successfully
performing the first transcatheter aortic
valve replacement (TAVR) in Manatee
County. Valve Clinics opened at Brandon,
Osceola and Blake, while Regional
Medical Center Bayonet Point opened its
comprehensive Arrhythmia Center.
Our cardiovascular network ensures that
life-saving technology and minimally
invasive techniques are available. The
latest surgical techniques for vascular,
minimally invasive mitral valve and
atrial fibrillation repair provide a safer
alternative for patients suffering from
these conditions. Our Valve Clinics can
“ Words cannot express the
gratitude I have for the doctors
and nurses at Osceola Regional
Medical Center for skillfully
saving my life. To say that the
nursing staff was excellent
doesn’t do them justice. They
were the bloodline of care I
needed to pull through and
recover.”
– Alexis “Lex” Cooper
Emergency Thoracic Surgery
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We are also extending our ER care
identify patients early in the disease
beyond the immediate community
process, when more treatment options
through freestanding ERs. Freestanding
are available to improve outcomes and
ERs provide around-the-clock emergency
quality of life. The TAVR procedure offers
care and are staffed, equipped and
patients who are unable to undergo
function as a hospital ER, but can be
traditional open-heart surgery, or chose
located outside of a hospital’s immediate
not to, a minimally invasive option
service area, often in communities
to surgical aortic valve replacement
needing better access to services.
therapy. Fawcett Memorial Hospital
Brandon Regional Hospital opened a
received state approval for an Open
Plant City satellite freestanding ER this
Heart Surgery program, which will open
past year and Central Florida Regional
in spring 2013.
Hospital broke ground on a freestanding
Several of our hospitals have earned
ER in Oviedo, which will open in 2013.
certifications and recognition for the
In younger communities, several of our
outstanding cardiac and cardiovascular
hospitals now provide pediatric emergency
care they provide. These are listed on
care in dedicated units, with Brandon
the hospital information sheets.
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and treatment technologies are just a
Imaging Services
A wide range of programs and
few of the ways we accomplish this.
services are available at our hospitals,
From digital mammography to robotic
comprehensive array of inpatient and
including inpatient programs at
surgical technology, our hospitals are
outpatient imaging services through
Brandon Regional Hospital, Doctors
providing physicians and surgeons
our hospitals and freestanding
Hospital of Sarasota, Largo Medical
the latest techniques and services to
imaging centers. We are committed
Center and Medical Center of Trinity.
treat patients.
to offering imaging services needed
Comprehensive
Cancer Care
H2U
across the full continuum of a patient’s
Health to You (H2U) provides wellness
HCA West Florida provides a
care and to Responsible Imaging,
which includes a number of safety
Cancer is the second leading cause
solutions through its consumer and
of death in this country, exceeded
employer based programs. Among
only by heart disease. Our hospitals
the many benefits of membership are
have committed to providing the
a Personal Health Assessment, Online
highest quality of care by striving to
Health Portal and Subscriptions to
meet or exceed the many standards
eHealth news, national discounts
for accreditation. Nine HCA West
on products and services, and
many of our hospitals, with surgeons
Florida hospitals have already earned
quarterly magazines.
skilled in treating everything from
the Accredited Cancer Center
H2U for Employers allows employers,
brain tumors to back pain. Northside
distinction by the American College
large and small, to select from a menu
Hospital is one of only a few state
of Surgeons Commission on Cancer
of health and wellness services to
designated Comprehensive Stroke
(ACoS CoC). Tumor Board reviews,
create a customized program for their
Centers. All of our hospitals are
screenings and education programs,
employees. For more information,
Advanced Primary Stroke Centers,
and access to the latest diagnostic
contact H2U at ( 727) 809-1903.
staffed and equipped around the
practices to use the lowest amount of
radiation possible.
Neurosciences &
Stroke Care
Neurosciences is a key focus at
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T o
E x c e l l e n c e
clock to ensure the highest level of
care is immediately available.
Orthopedics
National recognition for clinical
excellence has been awarded to many
of our orthopedic programs, including
Disease Certifications from The
Joint Commission, and Blue Cross
Blue Distinction and UnitedHealth
Premium designations. Our surgeons
are committed to performing
the latest innovations in their
field, including minimally invasive
procedures. Many of our hospitals
offer classes in advance of surgery
to assist patients with planning for
their hospital stay and recovery
after discharge. Several hospitals
offer luxury accommodations and
amenities to encourage quick
return to daily activities and family
orthopedic spine surgeons, experts in
surgical programs at our hospitals,
pain management, and specialists in
our network includes 16 freestanding
physical medicine as well as physical
outpatient surgery centers.
involvement, often in conjunction with
therapy and rehabilitation.
spine programs.
Surgical Solutions
Spine Care
HCA West Florida offers some of the
welcomed last year in one of our
most efficient and well equipped
hospital delivery rooms. Five of our
operating rooms in the area.
hospitals offer obstetrical services
Advanced systems from scheduling
to their communities, with Osceola
to pre-op and discharge planning
providing a Level II Neonatal Intensive
ensure that patients receive the care
Care Unit (NICU) and Brandon Level II
they need, while individual facilities
and III NICU, the highest level available.
Spine injuries can be the result of
sudden trauma or unrelentingly
degenerative. Either way, they can
greatly impact an individual’s quality
of life. Our network offers a full
spectrum of resources to provide an
accurate diagnosis and treatment
plan, and many programs have earned
Joint Commission Certifications and
Blue Distinction and UnitedHealth
provide a variety of enhanced
communications such as waiting room
monitors, free wi-fi and “tweets”
to keep the family updated on the
Women’s Services
Thousands of new residents were
St. Petersburg General Hospital is
a GYN Robotic Epicenter, one of
only two designated in Florida to
train surgeons on the latest available
Premium designations. Our spine
patient’s progress.
surgeons perform the most minimally
From single incision surgery through
invasive procedures available today,
the navel to the da Vinci® robotic
with outstanding outcomes and
system, our hospitals are providing
greatly reduced hospital stays.
surgeons the tools they need to
Our commitment to women’s
Medical teams affiliated with our
perform complex and delicate
services, from childbirth to digital
hospitals include some of the area’s
procedures through tiny incisions.
mammography to minimally invasive
most dedicated neurosurgeons,
In addition to inpatient and outpatient
surgery and robotics is unsurpassed.
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robotic equipment. Oak Hill Hospital
and Medical Center of Trinity feature
dedicated women’s imaging centers.
BLAKE
H C A
W e s t
F l o r i d a
MEDICAL CENTER
2020 59th Street West I Bradenton, Florida 34209 I (941) 792-6611
BlakeMedicalCenter.com
Accreditations and Certifications:
383
# of Licensed Beds
Total Annual Admissions
13,684
Total Annual Emergency Visits
37,194
Total Patients Treated*
82,065
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
A ccredited C hest Pain C enter W I T H P C I ( S C P C )
ACCREDITED COMMUNITY COMPREHENSIVE CANCER
PROGRAM (ACoS CoC)
ACCREDITED INPATIENT REHABILITATION (CARF)
CERTIFIED Acute Myocardial Infarction
(JOINT COMMISSION)
C ertified A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter
( J oint C ommission )
Certified Heart Failure (Joint Commission)
Certified Joint Replacement Hip (Joint Commission)
Certified Joint Replacement Knee (Joint Commission)
Verified Level II Trauma Center (FL Dept of Health)
330
Total Physicians
1,520
Total Employees
$113,354,299
Total Payroll
$10,271,197
Taxes Paid
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
GT BRAY
AY
PARKK
PAR
PINEBRO
BROOK
IRO
RONWOOD
OD
GOLFF CLUB
C B
US-301 BLVD W
26th ST W
45
14th ST W
45
43rd ST W
21st AVE W
41
41
BBRADENTO
TONN
C TRYY
COUN
CLUB
51st ST W
Blake
Medical
Center
64
17th AVE W
59th ST W
H
64
MANATEE AVE W
301
1st ST W
B R A D E N T O N
59th ST W
N
Additional Services:
684
CORTEZ RD W
CORTEZ RD W
Blake Medical
Center is located
on 59th Street West
in Bradenton, Florida in West Manatee County.
Blake Medical Center is located on 59th Street West in Bradenton,
in West Manatee County.
2 4 - hour E mergency S ervices
A dult C ritical C are
BREAST CARE CENTER
C A R D I O P U L M O N A R Y R E H A B I L I TAT I O N
C O M PA N Y C A R E O C C U PAT I O N A L H E A LT H
COMPREHENSIVE CANCER PROGRAM
D I A B E T E S E D U C AT I O N
H E A R T & VA LV E I N S T I T U T E ( W I T H C A R D I A C S U R G E R Y )
I N PAT I E N T R ehabilitation
J O I N T C A R E center
MEDICAL IMAGING
M I N I M A L LY I N VA S I V E S U R G E R Y
PRIMARY STROKE CENTER
SLEEP DISORDERS CENTER
S pine C are C enter
TAV R
T rauma C enter L evel I I
Daniel Friedrich, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
If it was not for the fast responding, quick thinking EMT’s
and Blake Medical Center’s Trauma Center, I would not be
here to be able to enjoy my family and the things we enjoy
doing.
– Jerry Johnson I Bilateral Amputee
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BRANDON
T o
E x c e l l e n c e
REGIONAL HOSPITAL
119 Oakfield Drive I Brandon, Florida 33511 I (813) 681-5551
BrandonRegionalHospital.com
Accreditations and Certifications:
398
# of Licensed Beds
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
A C C R E D I T E D B A R I AT R I C S U R G E R Y C E N T E R
OF EXCELLENCE (ASMBS)
A ccredited C hest Pain C enter W I T H P C I ( S C P C )
A ccredited E chocardiography L aboratory ( I C A E L )
C ertified A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter
( J oint C ommission )
C ertified A cute M yocardial I nfarction
( A M I ) ( J oint C ommission )
C ertified C oronary A rtery B ypass G raft
( J oint C ommission )
C ertified H eart Failure ( J oint C ommission )
H ighest 3 - S tar N ational R ating H eart S urgery
E xcellence ( S ociety of T horacic S urgeons )
T op P erformer in K ey Q uality M easures for H eart
Attack , H eart Failure , P neumonia and S urgical
C are ( J oint C ommission )
23,719
Total Annual Admissions
Total Annual Emergency Visits
108,607
Total Patients Treated*
191,291
542
Total Physicians
2,159
Total Employees
$126,789,802
Total Payroll
$18,907,461
Taxes Paid
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
Additional Services:
4
T O
TA M PA
T O
VA L R I C O
60
60
PARSONS AVE
RD
KINGS AVE
ST
RE
EC
Brandon
Regional
Hospital
ER
PIN
BRANDON PKWY
H
HIA
CROSSTO
WN EXPY
OAKFIELD DR
LIT
75
LAKEWOOD DR
BRANDON BLVD
WESTFIELD
SHOPPINGTOWN
N
BRANDON
TO BRH
EMERGENCY
CENTER –
PLANT CITY
BELL SHOALS RD
JOHN MOORE RD
Brandon Regional Hospital is located in Brandon,
on the corner of Parsons Avenue and Oakfield Drive.
K
BLOOMINGDALE BLVD
T O
R I V E R V I E W
W
T OH A H
C
SH N
FI RA
PROVIDENCE RD
LUMSDEN RD
B R A N D O N
24-HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICES
BABY SUITES
B A R I AT R I C S / W E I G H T L O S S
B ehavioral H ealth C enter
BREAST CARE PROGRAM
CYBERKNIFE® CANCER CENTER
DA VINCI® ROBOTIC SURGICAL SYSTEM
DIAGNOSTIC AND IMAGING CENTER
H E A R T & VA S C U L A R C E N T E R ( W I T H C A R D I A C S U R G E R Y )
LUNG CENTER
M I N I M A L LY I N VA S I V E S U R G E R Y
N E O N ATA L L E V E L I I I I N T E N S I V E C A R E
P ediatric I ntensive C are U nit
P E D I AT R I C S
P lant C ity E mergency C enter
R eflux C enter
T he S inus C enter
WOMEN’S AND CHILDREN’S CENTER
Bland Eng, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
The Plant City Emergency Center provides the community
immediate access to Brandon’s high quality emergency
services, 24 hours a day, and all of Brandon’s specialty
programs and services.
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W e s t
F l o r i d a
CENTRAL FLORIDA
REGIONAL HOSPITAL
1401 West Seminole Boulevard I Sanford, Florida 32771 I (407) 321-4500
CentralFloridaRegional.com
221
# of Licensed Beds
Total Annual Admissions
10,276
Total Annual Emergency Visits
47,051
Total Patients Treated*
97,857
A ccredited C linical L aboratory
( A merican C ollege of Pathologists )
1,020
C ertified A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter
( J oint C ommission )
$4,712,925
Taxes Paid
A ccredited C hest Pain C enter W I T H P C I ( S C P C )
A ccredited M ammography and U ltrasound
S ervices ( A merican C ollege of R adiology )
$68,631,848
Total Payroll
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
251
Total Physicians
Total Employees
Accreditations and Certifications:
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
C E R T I F I E D D I A B E T E S E D U C AT I O N P R O G R A M ( A D A )
T op P erformer in K ey Q uality M easures for H eart
Attack , H eart Failure , P neumonia and S urgical
C are – 2 nd C onsecutive Y ear ( J oint C ommission )
Additional Services:
2 4 - hour E mergency S ervices
4
HEART INSTITUTE (WITH CARDIAC SURGERY)
17/92
N MANGOUSTINE AVE
15
UPSALA RD
417
Central Florida
Regional Hospital
W AIRPORT BLVD
46
SEMINOLE
TOWNE CENTER
C O M PA N Y C A R E
O C C U PAT I O N A L H E A LT H
LAKE MONROE
CENTRAL FLORIDA
ZOOLOGICAL PARK
SEMINOLE
EXPRESSWAY
H
W 1st ST
ER
HYPERBARIC MEDICINE
AND WOUND CARE CENTER
N E U R O H E A LT H S C I E N C E S A N D S P I N E C E N T E R
SLEEP DISORDERS PROGRAM
W 1st ST
THE BABY SUITES
W 13th ST
TO CFRH
EMERGENCY CENTER –
OVIEDO
Central Florida Regional Hospital is located in Sanford on Lake Monroe,
three miles east of I-4, between State Road 46 and Highway 17-92.
Wendy H. Brandon, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
Central Florida Regional Hospital breaks ground for
the Oviedo ER, an 11,000 square foot freestanding ER,
scheduled to open in fall 2013.
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DOCTORS
T o
E x c e l l e n c e
HOSPITAL OF SARASOTA
5731 Bee Ridge Road I Sarasota, Florida 34233 I (941) 342-1100
DoctorsofSarasota.com
155
# of Licensed Beds
7,551
Total Annual Admissions
Total Annual Emergency Visits
23,061
Total Patients Treated*
53,173
Total Physicians
367
Total Employees
739
$44,054,047
Total Payroll
$5,022,880
Taxes Paid
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
Accreditations and Certifications:
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
A ccredited C hest Pain C enter ( S C P C )
A ccredited C ommunity C ancer P rogram ( A C o S C o C )
C ertified A dvanced H eart Failure ( J oint C ommission )
C ertified A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter
( J oint C ommission )
C ertified D iabetes ( J O I N T C O M M I S S I O N )
C E R T I F I E D J oint R eplacement H ip ( J oint C O M M I S S I O N )
CERTIFIED JOINT REPLACEMENT Knee (Joint Commission)
C E R T I F I E D S P I N A L F U S I O N ( J oint C ommission )
A dvanced H eart Failure with P C I
( S ociety of C ardiovascular Patient C are )
B est P laces to W ork by M odern H ealthcare
four years in a row
B reast I maging C enter of E xcellence ( A C R )
Thomson Reuters Top 100 Hospital and Everest Award
Top Performer in Key Quality Measures for Heart
Attack, Heart Failure, Pneumonia and Surgical Care
– 2nd Consecutive Year (Joint Commission)
Additional Services:
H
LVD
LD B
E
I
F
MAX
CATTLEMEN RD
75
Doctors Hospital
of Sarasota
EXITT
2077
BEE RIDGE RD
S A R A S O T A
Doctors Hospital of Sarasota is located minutes west of I-75
at Bee Ridge and Cattlemen Road.
24-HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICES
A D U LT C R I T I C A L C A R E
B reast C are C enter
C ardiovascular S E R V I C E S
D iagnostic I maging
GENERAL SURGERY
G ynecolog I C O ncology
N eurology
N eurosurgery
O ncology
O rthopedic and S pine I N S T I T U T E
P ercutaneous C oronary I ntervention ( P C I )
R ehabilitation S ervices
Robotic Surgery – SINGLE INCISION
SERENITY PLACE (VOLUNTARY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH FOR ADULTS)
UROLOGY
W ound M anagement
and H yperbaric M edicine
Robert Meade
Chief Executive Officer
The Emergency Room staff was great with my daughter.
They explained everything they were doing and made me
feel comfortable and confident in their abilities.
– Colleen Cavanaugh
HCA WEST FLORIDA
I Payton’s Mother
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W e s t
F l o r i d a
EDWARD WHITE
HOSPITAL
2323 9th Avenue North I St. Petersburg, Florida 33713 I (727) 323-1111
EdwardWhiteHospital.com
Accreditations and Certifications:
162
# of Licensed Beds
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
3,336
Total Annual Admissions
Total Annual Emergency Visits
11,502
Total Patients Treated*
28,329
Total Physicians
263
Total Employees
388
A ccredited C hest Pain C enter ( S C P C )
C ertified A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter
( J oint C ommission )
C E R T I F I E D J oint R eplacement H ip
( J oint C O M M I S S I O N )
C E R T I F I E D J O I N T R E P L A C E M E N T K nee
( J oint C ommission )
$25,156,899
Total Payroll
“ A ” H ospital S afety S core ( L eapfrog G roup )
$1,404,795
Taxes Paid
C T A ccreditation
( A merican C ollege of R adiology - A C R )
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
U ltrasound A ccreditation ( A C R )
Additional Services:
22nd AVE N
22nd AVE N
22nd AVE N
2 4 - hour E mergency S ervices
34th ST N
CENTER FOR WOUND CARE
AND HYPERBARIC MEDICINE
C O M PA N Y C A R E O C C U PAT I O N A L H E A LT H
13th AVE N
13th AVE N
19
9th AVE N
25th ST N
24th ST N
Edward White
Hospital
H
R E H A B I L I TAT I O N I N S T I T U T E
S inus C enter
21st ST N
SKILLED NURSING UNIT
21st ST N
20th ST N
22nd ST N
23rd ST N
ST. PETERSBURG
O rthopedic and S pine C enter
375
5th AVE N
24th ST N
595
9th AVE N
7th AVE N
25th ST N
34th ST N
8th AVE N
7th AVE N
6th AVE N
275
DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING
12th ST N
13th AVE N
16th ST N
55
Edward White Hospital is located on
9th Avenue North in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Sharon D. Hayes, RN, BSN, MBA
Chief Executive Officer
Our highly trained Spine Center surgical team and staff
provide innovative care using the latest technology.
Here patients are treated compassionately, with a strong
emphasis on patient communication and involvement to
ensure the best possible surgical outcome.
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ENGLEWOOD
T o
E x c e l l e n c e
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
700 Medical Boulevard I Englewood, Florida 34223 I (941) 475-6571
EnglewoodCommunityHospital.com
# of Licensed Beds
Total Annual Admissions
100
2,820
Total Annual Emergency Visits
15,486
Total Patients Treated*
40,874
Total Physicians
139
Total Employees
333
Total Payroll
Taxes Paid
$21,375,139
$1,392,215
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
Englewood Community Hospital is located at 700 Medical Boulevard.
Accreditations and Certifications:
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
A ccredited C hest Pain C enter ( S C P C )
C ertified H eart Failure ( J oint C ommission )
C ertified J oint R eplacement H ip ( J oint C ommission )
C ertified J oint R eplacement K nee ( J oint C ommission )
“ A ” H ospital S afety S core ( L eapfrog G roup )
A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter ( A H C A )
CT Accreditation (American College of Radiology - ACR)
M ammography A ccreditation ( A C R )
M R I A ccreditation ( A C R )
N uclear M edicine A ccreditation ( A C R )
U ltrasound A ccreditation ( A C R )
T op P erformers in K ey Q uality M easures –
H E A R T AT TA C K , H E A R T FA I L U R E , P N E U M O N I A A N D
S U R G I C A L C A R E ( J oint C ommission )
Additional Services:
24-HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICES
CARDIOLOGY
C O M P R E H E N S I V E R E H A B I L I TAT I O N
DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
GASTROENTEROLOGY
G E N E R A L A N D VA S C U L A R S U R G E R Y
GYNECOLOGY
H O S P I TA L I S T
INFECTIOUS DISEASE
JOINT CARE CENTER AND ORTHOPEDICS
NEPHROLOGY
OPTHALMOLOGY
P O D I AT R Y
PULMONOLOGY
R E S P I R AT O R Y S E R V I C E S
SLEEP DISORDER CENTER
SPINE SURGERY
TELENEUROLOGY
UROLOGY
WOMEN’S CENTER
WOUND CARE CENTER
Dale F. Alward, FACHE, MHA, MPA
Chief Executive Officer
On our way to the hairdresser my mom complained of chest and jaw
pain. I turned the car around and brought her to Englewood Community
Hospital’s ER. Within 30 seconds, mom was in the ER Room with four
nurses and in 20 minutes her pain was relieved. Englewood Community
Hospital saved my mom’s life and I am very grateful for the entire staff of
doctors and nurses that took care of her.
– Muriel Giovanni (left) with her daughter, Stephanie DeWitt
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W e s t
FAWCETT
F l o r i d a
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
2323 9th Avenue North I St. Petersburg, Florida 33713 I (727) 323-1111
EdwardWhiteHospital.com
Accreditations and Certifications:
237
# of Licensed Beds
Total Annual Admissions
11,534
Total Annual Emergency Visits
24,589
Total Patients Treated*
68,749
Total Physicians
299
Total Employees
996
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
A C C R E D I T E D C hest Pain C enter with P C I ( S C P C )
ACCREDITED COMMUNITY CANCER PROGRAM (ACoS CoC)
A C C R E D I T E D I npatient R ehabilitation P rogram ( C A R F )
C ertified A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter
( J oint C ommission )
C E R T I F I E D J oint R eplacement H ip ( J oint C O M M I S S I O N )
C E R T I F I E D J O I N T R E P L A C E M E N T K nee
( J oint C ommission )
$64,592,820
Total Payroll
C E R T I F I E D S P I N E S U R G E R Y ( J oint C ommission )
$5,681,950
Taxes Paid
“ A ” H ospital S afety S core ( L eapfrog G roup )
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
HILLSBOROUGH BLVD
KING
S HW
Y
VETERANS BLVD
VD
NS BL
RA
AARON ST
SANDHILL BLVD
BEACON DR
PORT
CHARLOT TE
ORLANDO BLVD
HARBOR BLVD
PEACHLAND BLVD
75
MIDWAY BLVD
Fawcett Memorial
Hospital
OLEAN BLVD
HARB
O
M inimally I nvasive G eneral S urgery
S pine A N D O rthopedic C enter
S P O R T S A N D R E H A B I L I TAT I O N S E R V I C E S
VA S C U L A R , G ynecology, U rology
and T horacic S U R G E R Y
W omen ’ s I maging C enter
WESTCHESTER BLVD
EDGEWATER DR
Fawcett S enior H ealth C enter , N orth P ort
P E R C U TA N E O U S C O R O N A R Y I N T E R V E N T I O N ( P C I )
LOVELAND BLVD
41
KINGS
HWY
IL
BLVD
TRA
H
CARDIOLOGY (CARDIAC SURGERY COMING IN 2013)
ONCOLOGY
BRINSON AVE
R
D
BLV
Y
WA 45
MID TAM
IAM
I
Additional Services:
2 4 - hour E mergency S ervices
BEACON DR
VETE
T op P erformer in K ey Q uality M easures for H eart
Attack , H eart Failure , P neumonia and S urgical C are
– 2 nd C onsecutive Y ear ( J oint C ommission )
WOUND MANAGEMENT
AND HYPERBARIC MEDICINE
HARBORVIEW
ARBORVIEW
IEW
EW RD
Fawcett Memorial Hospital is located at the intersection of
Olean and Harbor Boulevards in Port Charlotte, Florida.
Thomas J. Rice, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
After taking an ambulance to Fawcett Memorial Hospital, the
staff was waiting for me and a stent was put in, all within 67
minutes from the time I walked into Englewood Community
Hospital. With the excellent, immediate care I received and
the miracle power of my God, my life was saved and there is
little or no damage to my heart.
– Larry Shoemaker
I
STEMI Patient
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LARGO
T o
E x c e l l e n c e
MEDICAL CENTER
201 14th Street SW I Largo, Florida 33770 I (727) 588-5200
2025 Indian Rocks Rd. I Largo, FL 33774 I (727) 581-9474
LargoMedical.com
Accreditations and Certifications:
425
# of Licensed Beds
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
Total Annual Admissions
18,132
ACCREDITED BREAST CENTER (ACoS)
Total Annual Emergency Visits
43,780
A C C R E D I T E D C hest Pain C enter with P C I ( S C P C )
Total Patients Treated*
79,440
ACCREDITED COMMUNITY CANCER PROGRAM (ACoS CoC)
B R E A S T C E N T E R A C C R E D I TAT I O N B Y T H E N AT I O N A L
A C C R E D I TAT I O N P R O G R A M F O R B R E A S T C E N T E R S ( N A P B C
645
Total Physicians
M A M M O G R A P H Y A C C R E D I TAT I O N
( A merican C ollege of R adiology - A C R )
1,661
Total Employees
C ertified A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter
( J oint C ommission )
$106,210,293
Total Payroll
$11,820,451
Taxes Paid
“ A ” H ospital S afety S core ( L eapfrog G roup )
T op P erformer in K ey Q uality M easures for H eart
Attack , H eart Failure , P neumonia and S urgical
C are – 2 nd C onsecutive Y ear ( J oint C ommission )
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
H
IND
8th AVE SW
PIN
PI
NECRESST
GOLF COU
URS
RSE
CLEARWATER LARGO RD S
14th Street SW Campus
14th ST SW
LARGO MEDICAL CENTER
IAN
ROC
KS R
DS
W BAY DR
Additional Services:
2 4 - H our E mergency S ervices
A T E A C H I N G H O S P I TA L
B ehavioral M edicine
C A R D I O VA S C U L A R S E R V I C E S ( W I T H C A R D I A C S U R G E R Y )
C E N T E R F O R W ound C are with H yperbaric M edicine
C ompany C are O ccupational H ealth
F lorida B reast I nstitute
TAYLOR
LAKE
H
LARGO MEDICAL CENTER
INDIAN ROCKS ROAD CAMPUS
CLEARWATER LARGO RD S
F lorida K nee & O rthopedic Pavilion
Largo Medical Center – 14th Street SW Campus is located in Largo,
on 14th Street SW, just south of West Bay Drive.
Largo Medical Center – Indian Rocks Road Campus is also located in Largo,
at 2025 Indian Rocks Road South.
FLORIDA SPINE & NEURO CENTER
G raduate M edical E ducation P R O G R A M
I npatient & O U T PAT I E N T R ehabilitation
S leep D isorders L aboratory
Anthony Degina
Chief Executive Officer
Largo Medical Center is proud to support its military
employees, family members and friends in the community.
Captain Scott Hewitt, D.O., will be a surgeon in the U.S. Air
Force following his residency at Largo Medical Center.
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HCA WEST FLORIDA
13
H C A
W e s t
F l o r i d a
MEDICAL CENTER
OF TRINITY
9330 State Road 54 I Trinity, Florida 34655 I (727) 834-4000
MedicalCenterTrinity.com
Accreditations and Certifications:
282
# of Licensed Beds
Total Annual Admissions
14,534
Total Annual Emergency Visits
44,826
Total Patients Treated*
77,439
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
ACCREDITED COMMUNITY COMPREHENSIVE
CANCER PROGRAM (ACoS CoC)
C ertified A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter
( J oint C ommission )
“ A ” H ospital S afety S core ( L eapfrog G roup )
Total Physicians
391
Total Employees
SUGARMILL
WOODS
1,257
C I T R U S
19 98
$79,910,706
Total Payroll
589
$7,399,710
Taxes Paid
OAK HILL HOSPITAL
H
B ROOKSVILLE
U ltrasound A ccreditation ( A C R )
GRAND BLVD
19
H E R N A N D O
S P R I N G
H I L L
R I C H E Y
FRANCES AVENUE
PARK
M R I A ccreditation ( A C R )
S tate A pproved P E R C U TA N E O U S C oronary
I ntervention P rogram ( P C I )
41
P O R T
M ammography A ccreditation ( A C R )
41 N uclear M edicine A ccreditation ( A C R )
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
50
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
N E W
C T A ccreditation
( A merican C ollege of R adiology - A C R )
T op P erformer in K ey Q uality M easures for H eart
Attack , H eart Failure , P neumonia and S urgical
C are – 2 nd C onsecutive Y ear ( J oint C ommission )
GULF DR
Additional Services:
MEDICAL CENTER OF TRINITY
WEST PASCO CAMPUS
HIGH ST
HIGH ST
PKWY
CECELIA DR
H U D S O N
24-HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICES (MAIN CAMPUS/TRINITY)
589
52
CECELIA DR
MADISON ST
GRAND BLVD
19
MADISON ST
MARINE
GEORGE ST
SCHOOL RD
MARINE PKWY
GULF
HARBOURS
19 P A S C O
1
TROUBLE CREEK RD
BLV
D
EY
RK
STA
MEDICAL CENTER OF TRINITY
H E A R T A N D VA S C U L A R
LAND
O ’LAKES
M E N ’ S H E A LT H
54
LVD
SPINE AND ORTHOPEDICS
S U R G I C A L S P E C I A LT I E S
LUTZ
TARPON AVE
VE TERANS
EXPSWY
DALE MABRY HWY
19
1
P A L M
H A R B O R
IT Y B
DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING
54
GUNN HWY
D
Y BLV
TRIN
CANCER CARE
41
H
EAST LAKE RD
TRINIT
T A R P O N
S P R I N G S
SEVEN SPRINGS BLVD
LITTLE RD
54
H O L I D A Y
SUNCOAST PKWY
LITTLE RD
ROWAN RD
TRINITY
H
B E H AV I O R A L H E A LT H ( W E S T PA S C O C A M P U S )
52
275
W O M E N ’ S H E A LT H
75
301 A N D O B S T E T R I C S
Medical Center of Trinity is located on State Road 54 in Trinity, Florida.
W omen ’ s I maging C enter
Leigh Massengill
Chief Executive Officer
Future Site:
Medical Center
of Trinity
My stay was so wonderful. The staff, doctors, nurses and
everyone involved with my surgery were friendly and very
competent. The technology was state-of-the-art and it was
great to have my prolapsed bladder taken care of with
minimal invasion and minimal pain. I only spent one night in
the hospital and was home the next day. I really used no pain
meds when I got home and had to be reminded I just had
major surgery.
– Lynne Boismier I Robotic Assisted Surgery
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O u r
C o m m i t m e n t
NORTHSIDE
T o
E x c e l l e n c e
HOSPITAL
6000 49th Street North I St. Petersburg, Florida 33709 I (727) 521-4411
NorthsideHospital.com
Accreditations and Certifications:
288
# of Licensed Beds
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
8,946
Total Annual Admissions
Total Annual Emergency Visits
31,412
Total Patients Treated*
43,888
Total Physicians
341
Total Employees
998
A C C R E D I T E D C hest Pain C enter with pci ( S C P C )
C ertified A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter
( J oint C ommission )
C O M P R E H E N S I V E S T R O K E C E N T E R ( S TAT E D E S I G N AT E D )
C T A ccreditation
( A merican C ollege of R adiology - A C R )
M R I A ccreditation ( A C R )
$70,832,209
Total Payroll
N uclear M edicine A ccreditation ( A C R )
$3,589,686
Taxes Paid
U ltrasound A ccreditation ( A C R )
T op P erformer in K ey Q uality M easures for H eart
Attack , H eart Failure , P neumonia and S urgical
C are ( J oint C ommission )
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
Additional Services:
49thST N
66th ST N
60th ST N
694
PINELLAS
PARK
PARK AVE N
GA
N
2 4 - hour E mergency S ervices
SAWGRASS LAAKE
PARK
64-SLICE CT SCANNER
275
689
49th ST N
58th ST N
66th ST N
694
LVD
YB
ND
C ompany C are O ccupational H ealth
DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES
62nd AVE N
H
H E A R T AT TA C K P R E V E N T I O N P R O G R A M
NEUROSCIENCE INSTITUTE
49th ST N
54th AVE N
58th ST N
66th ST N
G R A D U AT E M E D I C A L E D U C AT I O N P R O G R A M
Northside Hospital
46
S T .
C A R D I O P U L M O N A R Y O U T PAT I E N T R E H A B I L I TAT I O N
W 1st ST
19
NEURORADIOLOGY
S P I N E A N D O rthopedic I nstitute
TA M PA B AY H E A R T I N S T I T U T E
(WITH CARDIAC SURGERY)
P E T E R S B U R G
Northside Hospital is located in St. 38th
Petersburg,
on 49th Street North.
AVE N
Dia Nichols, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
Alan Jones, St. Petersburg Fire and Rescue paramedic,
receiving the HCA Pinellas Market EMS All-Star Award. Alan
is also on the staff of the ER department at the hospital and
was recently awarded “2012 Paramedic of the Year” from
St. Petersburg Fire and Rescue.
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HCA WEST FLORIDA
13
H C A
W e s t
OAK HILL
F l o r i d a
HOSPITAL
11375 Cortez Blvd /SR 50 I Spring Hill, FL 34613 I OakHillHospital.com
Citrus: (352) 628-6441/Hernando: (352) 596-6632
262
# of Licensed Beds
Total Annual Admissions
13,666
Total Annual Emergency Visits
38,104
Total Patients Treated*
87,539
330
Total Physicians
1,105
Total Employees
$69,453,163
Total Payroll
$8,244,496
Taxes Paid
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
Accreditations and Certifications:
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
A C C R E D I T E D C hest Pain C enter with pci ( S C P C )
A C C R E D I T E D H E A R T FA I L U R E C E N T E R ( S C P C )
ACCREDITED COMMUNITY CANCER PROGRAM (ACoS CoC)
C ertified A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter
( J oint C ommission )
C ertified J oint R eplacement H ip ( J oint C ommission )
Certified Joint Replacement Knee (Joint Commission)
C ertified S pinal F usion ( J oint C ommission )
C T A ccreditation
( A merican C ollege of R adiology - A C R )
M ammography A ccreditation ( A C R )
M R I A ccreditation ( A C R )
N uclear M edicine A ccreditation ( A C R )
U ltrasound A ccreditation ( A C R )
Additional Services:
TO
CITRUS COUNTY
and Sugarmill Woods
493
OAK HILL HOSPITAL
BLVD
587
S P R I N G
H I L L
VE N
HA
IFFE
H
38T
THCL
589
ER BL
VD
572
NOR
589
98
19
50
CORTEZ BLVD
MAR
IN
19
COMMER
CIAL WAY
WEEKI WACHEE
SPRINGS
D
Z BLV
TE
COR
DELTONA BLVD
50
50
SUNCOAST PKWY
19
H
2 4 – H our E mergency C are C E N T E R
C I T R U S C O N S U LT- A - N U R S E / P H Y S I C I A N R E F E R R A L
D iagnostic I M A G I N G S ervices
H eart I nstitute ( with C A R D I A C S U R G E R Y )
H O S P I TA L I S T S E R V I C E S
BROOKSVILLE
M edical D igital I maging
75
with 2 4 / 7 in - house coverage
M I N I M A L LY I N VA S I V E S P I N E S U R G E R Y
301 O rthopaedic & S P I N E I N S T I T U T E
N A N D O
P E D I AT R I C E M E R G E N C Y C A R E C E N T E R
P E D I AT R I C C A R E
ROBOTIC ASSISTED SURGICAL SYSTEM
VA S C U L A R S U R G E R Y
WOMEN’S IMAGING CENTER
SUGARMILL
WOODS
HEXAM RD
H E R
41
589
Oak Hill Hospital is located on Highway 50/Cortez Boulevard,
two miles east of U.S. 19.
Mickey Smith
Chief Executive Officer
The ribbon is cut to open Phase 1 of the $52 Million North Tower
OR & Bed Tower expansion. Currently two stories high, the North
Tower can accommodate expansion to six stories. The second
floor contains 36 private Intensive Care Unit (ICU) rooms. Other
features include six surgical suites, new robotic assisted surgical
capabilities, and an additional 18 beds in its Post-Anesthesia
Recovery Unit. Additionally, a new parking lot for patients,
guests and families opened.
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O u r
C o m m i t m e n t
T o
OSCEOLA
E x c e l l e n c e
REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
700 West Oak Street I Kissimmee, Florida 34741 I (407) 846-2266
OsceolaRegional.com
Accreditations and Certifications:
257
# of Licensed Beds
Total Annual Admissions
18,027
Total Annual Emergency Visits
90,838
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
A C C R E D I T E D C hest Pain C enter with pci ( S C P C )
A ccredited C ommunity C ancer P rogram ( A C o S C o C )
C ertified A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter
( J oint C ommission )
141,008
Total Patients Treated*
C ertified B reast C ancer ( J oint C ommission )
469
Total Physicians
C ertified C olorectal C ancer ( J oint C ommission )
C ertified J oint R eplacement H ip ( J oint C ommission )
1,712
Total Employees
Certified Joint Replacement Knee (Joint Commission)
$109,951,312
Total Payroll
C ertified L ung C ancer ( J oint C ommission )
C ertified C arotid S tenting ( C M S )
$12,210,206
Taxes Paid
T op P erformer in K ey Q uality M easures for H eart
Attack , H eart Failure , P neumonia and S urgical
C are ( J oint C ommission )
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
“ A ” H ospital S afety S core ( L eapfrog G roup )
Additional Services:
W CARROLL ST
441
K I S S I
M M E E
MICHIGAN AVE
E DONEGAN AVE
2 4 - H O U R O B P hysician O nsite C overage
THE BABY SUITES
BREAST CARE CENTER
91
N MAIN ST
N JOHN YOUNG PKWY
Y ST
CLA
S JOHN YOUNG PKWY
N THACKER AVE
H
E VINE ST
192
KISSIMMEE PHYSICAL THERAPY CENTER
A N D R E H A B I L I TAT I O N
ES
PAC
EC
OA
ST
EMMETT ST
S THACKER AVE
W
W OAK ST
C A R D I O VA S C U L A R H Y B R I D O R
CENTRAL FLORIDA CARDIAC &
VA S C U L A R I N S T I T U T E ( W I T H C A R D I A C S U R G E R Y )
W VINE ST
192
KISSSIMMEE MUNICIPPAL
AIRPORT
W DONEGAN AVE
T-PIKE
AGAN
LD RE -PIKE
RONALORIDA’S T
F
N JOHN YOUNG PKWY
24-HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICES
M I N I M A L LY I N VA S I V E VA LV E S U R G E R Y
PKW
Y
N E O N ATA L C A R E L E V E L I I
ORTHOPEDIC & SPINE CARE CENTER
OSCEOLA IMAGING CENTER
LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA
NEP
P E D I AT R I C E R “ O U C H L E S S ” P R O G R A M
TUN
E RD
Osceola Regional Medical Center is centrally located on West Oak Street,
two blocks west of 441 Hwy in Kissimmee, Florida, just minutes from Orlando.
S ingle I ncision R obotic S urgery
WOUND HEALING CENTER
& HYPERBARIC MEDICINE
Robert “Bob” Krieger
Interim Chief Executive Officer
Mended Hearts of Osceola, Chapter 364, is a nonprofit community
based organization of heart patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals
and others interested in helping patients with the emotional recovery for
heart disease. Monthly support meetings are sponsored by the hospital
and open to members and visitors.
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HCA WEST FLORIDA
H C A
W e s t
REGIONAL
F l o r i d a
MEDICAL CENTER BAYONET POINT
14000 Fivay Road I Hudson, Florida 34667 I (727) 819-2929
RMCHealth.com
Accreditations and Certifications:
290
# of Licensed Beds
Total Annual Admissions
14,927
Total Annual Emergency Visits
40,803
Total Patients Treated*
79,438
310
Total Physicians
1,264
Total Employees
SUGARMILL
WOODS
$83,250,721
C I T R U S
19 98
$9,142,763
41
589
Total Payroll
Taxes Paid
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
B ROOKSVILLE
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
50
S P R I N G
H I L L
REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
H BAYONET POINT
19
HUDSON AVE
D
N BLV
IER D
19
R.
DR.
TO
W
CK
CLO
LITTLE RD
41
1
301
75
589
52
SUNCOAST
PKWY
MAJESTIC
BLVD
D.
LVD
NB
YTO
CLA
FIV
AY
R
H
D
H
BEACON WOODS DR
H E R N A N D O
H U D S O N
ER
PK
MEDICAL DR.
R
AY
FIV
FIVAY RD.
WY
D
GLAC
CLA
YTO
E
AV
R
AY
FIV
55
YOSEMITE
ON
DS
HU
HUDSON AVE.
19
52
P A S C O
LAND
O ’LAKES
SEVEN SPRINGS BLVS
H O L I D A Y
EXPSWY
DALE MABRY HWY
VE TERANS
19
GUNN HWY
P A L M
H A R B O R
LUTZ
TRINITY
EAST LAKE RD
T A R P O N
S P R I N G S
54
54
275
301
75
Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point is located on Fivay Road,
one block east of U.S. Hwy 19 in Hudson, Florida.
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
A C C R E D I T E D C hest Pain C enter with pci ( S C P C )
ACCREDITED COMMUNITY CANCER PROGRAM (ACoS CoC)
C ertifi C AT I O N S – J O I N T C O M M I S S I O N :
A cute M yocardial I nfarction , A dvanced P rimary
S troke C enter , C O P D , C oronary A rtery B ypass
G raft, heart failure , J oint R eplacement H ip,
Joint Replacement Knee, L ung C ancer , P neumonia ,
W ound C are
C T A ccreditation
( A merican C ollege of R adiology - A C R )
M R I A ccreditation ( A C R )
N uclear M edicine A ccreditation ( A C R )
U ltrasound A ccreditation ( A C R )
V erified L evel I I T rauma C enter ( F L D ept. of H ealth )
“ A ” H ospital S afety S core ( L eapfrog G roup )
T op P erformer in K ey Q uality M easures for H eart
Attack , H eart Failure , P neumonia and S urgical
C are – 2 nd C onsecutive Y ear ( J oint C ommission )
Additional Services:
24-HOUR EMERGENCY CARE
A rrythmia C enter of F lorida
C ardiopulmonary R ehabilitation C enter
C O M PA N Y C A R E & O C C U PAT I O N A L H E A LT H
C O N S U LT- A - N U R S E
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY LAB
T he H eart I nstitute ( W I T H C A R D I A C S U R G E R Y )
M I N I M A L LY I N VA S I V E S U R G E R Y
N euro S cience C enter of E xcellence
ORTHOPEDICS
SLEEP DISORDERS CENTER
S pine C are C enters of W est F lorida
T rauma C enter L evel I I
VA S C U L A R
W ound & H yperbaric M edicine
Shayne George, MBA, MHA, FACHE
Chief Executive Officer
Thanks to the skilled trauma surgeons and his
healthy lifestyle, Austin Sievers is back to training
in gymnastics, cheerleading and modeling.
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O u r
C o m m i t m e n t
T o
SOUTH BAY
E x c e l l e n c e
HOSPITAL
4016 Sun City Center Blvd I Sun City Center, Florida 33573 I (813) 634-3301
SouthBayHospital.com
Accreditations and Certifications:
112
# of Licensed Beds
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
A ccredited C hest Pain C enter ( S C P C )
A C C R E D I T E D H E A R T FA I L U R E ( S C P C )
C ertified A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter
( J oint C ommission )
C ertified in T otal H ip R eplacement
( J oint C ommission )
C ertified in T otal K nee R eplacement
( J oint C ommission )
A ccredited E chocardiography L aboratory ( I C A E L )
C T A ccreditation
( A merican C ollege of R adiology - A C R )
M R I A ccreditation ( A C R )
U ltrasound A ccreditation ( A C R )
T op P erformer in K ey Q uality M easures for H eart
Attack , H eart Failure , P neumonia and S urgical
C are – 2 nd C onsecutive Y ear ( J oint C ommission )
7,078
Total Annual Admissions
Total Annual Emergency Visits
27,597
Total Patients Treated*
65,523
Total Physicians
182
Total Employees
607
$36,403,483
Total Payroll
$2,796,552
Taxes Paid
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
Additional Services:
301
75
S U N
C I T Y
C E N T E R
South Bay Hospital
674
H
E COLLEGE AVE
SUN CITY CENTER BLVD
43
674
301
75
South Bay Hospital is located on S.R. 674/Sun City Center Boulevard,
just east of Interstate 75.
2 4 - H our E mergency S ervices
A dult C ritical C are
B reast M R I
C ancer R esource C enter
CARDIOLOGY
CENTER FOR JOINT AND SPINE CARE
D iagnostic I maging
D I G I TA L M A M M O G R A P H Y
INFECTIOUS DISEASE
M edical I maging
M inimally I nvasive S urgery
N eurology
O rthopedics
O utpatient D iagnostic
A N D R ehab I L I TAT I O N C enter
P odiatry
P ulmonary M edicine
SPINE CARE
U rology
Vascular S urgery
Sharon L. Roush
Chief Executive Officer
South Bay Hospital’s team of vascular surgeons repaired
aneurysms in my aorta and saved my life. Now I’m back to
enjoying life’s simple pleasures.
– Richard Follin
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HCA WEST FLORIDA
I Vascular Surgery Patient
H C A
W e s t
F l o r i d a
ST. PETERSBURG
GENERAL HOSPITAL
6500 38th Avenue North I St. Petersburg, Florida 33710 I (727) 384-1414
StPeteGeneral.com
Accreditations and Certifications:
215
# of Licensed Beds
A ccredited H ospital ( J oint C ommission )
7,480
Total Annual Admissions
Total Annual Emergency Visits
33,661
Total Patients Treated*
50,630
A C C R E D I T E D B R E A S T C E N T E R with D I G I TA L I M A G I N G
& COMPUTER-AIDED DETECTION (CAD) (ACR)
A ccredited C ancer C enter ( A C o S C o C )
A ccredited C hest Pain C enter ( S C P C )
Total Physicians
480
C ertified A dvanced P rimary S troke C enter
( J oint C ommission )
Total Employees
791
A ccredited G M E P rogram / Family P ractice
T op P erformer in K ey Q uality M easures for H eart
Failure , P neumonia and S urgical C are
( J oint C ommission )
$48,849,563
Total Payroll
$4,136,176
Taxes Paid
Additional Services:
* Includes Admissions, ED Visits, OP Visits, OP Surgery, and OP OBS Visits.
2012 numbers unless otherwise noted.
24-HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICES
C enter for W ound C are
62ndAVE N
C O M PA N Y C A R E O C C U PAT I O N A L H E A LT H
275
DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING
54th AVE N
GYN/OBSTETRICS
G Y N R obotic S urgery E picenter
49th ST N
66th ST N
58th ST N
54th AVE N
H ospitalists
M edical S tabili z ation S ervice for S ubstance A buse
Petersburg
H St.
General Hospital
58th ST N
66th ST N
DN
SLEEP DISORDERS CENTER
WOMEN’S SERVICES
P E T E R S B U R G
49th ST N
BLV
R obotic S urgery ( G eneral , U rology, G ynecology,
G Y N O ncology )
22nd AVE N
S T .
58th ST N
66th ST N
NE
275
49th ST N
19
22nd AVE N
TY
RO
O rthopedic / J oint R eplacement / S pine S urgery
38th AVE N
St. Petersburg General Hospital
5TH AVE N is located
5THon
AVE N38th Avenue North
in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Robert B. Conroy, Jr.
Chief Executive Officer
Jennifer Rowland has three older children but chose
St. Petersburg General Hospital to give birth to her fourth
(and youngest) child, a beautiful baby daughter, Avalisse,
on 12/2/1993. Nineteen years later, Avalisse also chose
St. Petersburg General Hospital to bring her bouncing baby
son, Isiah, into the world on 10/16/2012.
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O u r
C o m m i t m e n t
T o
E x c e l l e n c e
Regional
gional Medical Ce
Center
Bayonet
y
Point
2 Oak Hill Hospital
Medical Center of Trinity –
West Pasco Campus
Largo Medical Center
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Englewood Community Hospital
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Service Locations:
HCA AMBULATORY
SURGERY CENTERS
IMAGING CENTERS
FREESTANDING ERs
Map locations are approximate and subject to change. For exact
locations, please call the facility or go to www.HCAdocs.org.
Our 16 free-standing Ambulatory Surgery Centers are conveniently
located throughout the network. They are equipped with today’s
most sophisticated technology to provide a wide range of same-day
outpatient surgical procedures, as well as pain management and
selected diagnostic procedures. The Centers are accredited by the Joint
Commission or the American Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers
and all adhere to HCA’s rigorous standards of quality and patient safety.
Our Ambulatory Surgery Center locations:
1 Ambulatory Surgery Center –
Tampa
2 Bayonet Point Surgery &
Endoscopy Center – Hudson
3 Belleair Surgery Center –
Clearwater
4 Brandon Surgery Center –
Brandon
5 Center for Special Surgery –
St. Petersburg
6 Countryside Surgery Center –
Clearwater
7 Doctors Same Day Surgery
Center – Sarasota
8 Florida Surgery Center –
Altamonte Springs
9 Gulf Coast Surgery Center –
Bradenton
10 Gulf Pointe Surgery Center –
Port Charlotte
11 Kissimmee Surgery Center –
Kissimmee
12 Merritt Island Surgery Center –
Merritt Island
13 New Port Richey Surgery
Center at Trinity – Trinity
14 Same Day Surgery Center
of Orlando
15 Surgery Center at St. Andrews –
Venice
16 Tampa Eye & Specialty Surgery
Center – Tampa
Imaging Centers
Our centers provide a comprehensive array of outpatient imaging
services at four locations throughout west and central Florida, most with
extended hours for patient convenience. Our centers are equipped with
the broadest range of diagnostic technology, with the ability to transfer
imaging data electronically so physicians get their patient’s images faster
than ever before. Positron emission tomography, also called PET imaging,
is provided by our mobile service. This adds up to the most convenient
imaging network in west and central Florida.
1 Total Imaging of Sun City
2 Total Imaging Parsons –
Brandon
3 Tower Diagnostic Center
of Brandon
4 LAD Imaging – Deltona
2013 COMMUNITY REPORT
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E x c e l l e n c e
As an experienced fire fighter and
paramedic, I immediately knew I
was having a heart attack. I survived
because I was in great physical
shape. It can happen to anyone.
The medical attention I received at
Osceola Regional Medical Center
was just extraordinary.
– Frank Rodriguez
Heart Attack (2 Stents)
An unprecedented 12 HCA West Florida hospitals earned the Joint Commission Top Performer on
Key Quality Measures recognition last year. These facilities are industry leaders in using evidence-based
processes to provide patient care in the areas of Heart Attack, Heart Failure, Pneumonia and Surgical Care.
In total, our hospitals have earned 41 Joint Commission Disease Specific Certifications and we received
10 “A” rankings in Patient Safety from the Leapfrog Group.
All 15 of our hospitals are designated Primary Stroke Centers, 14 are accredited Chest Pain Centers and nine
have Accredited Cancer Programs by the American College of Surgeon’s Committee on Cancer. Doctors
Hospital of Sarasota is a Thompson Reuters Top 100 Hospitals in the nation and for the fourth consecutive
year, recognized as one of Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work.
Blake Medical Center I Brandon Regional Hospital I Central Florida Regional Hospital
Doctors Hospital of Sarasota I Edward White Hospital I Englewood Community Hospital
Fawcett Memorial Hospital I Medical Center of Trinity I Largo Medical Center
Northside Hospital I Oak Hill Hospital I Osceola Regional Medical Center
Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point I South Bay Hospital I St. Petersburg General Hospital
www.HCAWestFlorida.com
3031 N. Rocky Point Drive West, Suite 400, Tampa, Florida 33607
HCA WEST FLORIDA
(813) 402-9400
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