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Coronavirus Daily News Update

Coronavirus Daily News Update

Sarasota Memorial provides a regular update on COVID-19 news with information related to hospital capacity, inpatient census and COVID-19 testing. Patient data is updated daily Monday - Friday, except holidays.

Monday, October 18, 2021
Jellison Cancer Institute Appoints Chief of Surgical Oncology

Jellison Cancer Institute Appoints Chief of Surgical Oncology

As Sarasota Memorial prepares to open its new oncology tower next month, its Brian D. Jellison Cancer Institute has appointed a leading GI oncologist to serve as its chief of surgical oncology: Kenneth Meredith, MD, a world leader in robotic surgery and the treatment of gastrointestinal cancers. 

Tuesday, October 12, 2021
CHIME Names SMH One of World’s ‘Most Wired’ Hospitals

CHIME Names SMH One of World’s ‘Most Wired’ Hospitals

Sarasota Memorial Hospital has been recognized among the world's "Most Wired" hospitals in 2021. Of 2,286 acute-care facilities participating nationwide, SMH was among the 5 Florida hospitals and fewer than 100 to achieve the highest certification.

Wednesday, October 6, 2021
Sarasota Memorial Appoints New Leaders

Sarasota Memorial Appoints New Leaders

As Sarasota Memorial continues its evolution into a regional health system with multiple campuses and facilities, we are pleased to announce that Critical Care Pulmonologist Joseph Seaman, MD, and Obstetrician-gynecologist Kyle Garner, MD, have been named associate chief medical officers for the SMH-Sarasota and SMH-Venice campuses, respectively.  

Monday, October 4, 2021
Surface Guided Radiation Safer for Breast Cancer Patients

Surface Guided Radiation Safer for Breast Cancer Patients

Radiation can be a powerful treatment for breast cancer, but because it is so close to the heart and lungs, radiation oncology specialists at Sarasota Memorial's Radiation Oncology Center are using advanced technology to make sure the treatment does not lead to other health issues in the future. Called Surface Guided Radiation Therapy (SGRT), the technology can be used to treat nearly every cancer type, but is especially useful when treating patients with breast cancer.

Monday, September 20, 2021
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