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SMH-Venice Installs New Physician Leaders

SMH-Venice Installs New Physician Leaders

Sarasota Memorial Hospital-Venice is pleased to announce its inaugural team of physician leaders. As SMH-Venice moves closer to its opening this fall, the physician leaders will serve an increasingly critical role in overseeing patient safety and the professional performance of the medical staff at the Venice hospital.

Monday, May 24, 2021
SMH Opens Doors to More Visitors as COVID-19 Cases Decline

SMH Opens Doors to More Visitors as COVID-19 Cases Decline

Sarasota Memorial Hospital is opening its doors to more visitors, thanks to a drop in hospitalizations, increasing immunity from COVID-19 vaccinations and a continuing decline in cases of COVID-19 across our community and nation.

Friday, May 21, 2021
SMH Again Earns Awards for Quality and Safety

SMH Again Earns Awards for Quality and Safety

Sarasota Memorial Hospital continues to lead the region in quality and safety, earning a 5-star rating for overall quality from the federal government and another "A" for patient safety in The Leapfrog Group's hospital report cards.

Thursday, April 29, 2021
Site Planning Begins for Cancer Institute Expansion Phases 3 & 4

Site Planning Begins for Cancer Institute Expansion Phases 3 & 4

The Sarasota County Public Hospital Board this week authorized Sarasota Memorial staff to move forward with preliminary site and design plans for 2 new outpatient oncology facilities: a new, 6-story cancer pavilion on the hospital’s Sarasota campus and a 2-story cancer center on its developing Venice hospital campus.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021
SMH Joins Drug Study to Reduce Dangerous Inflammation in COVID-19 Patients

SMH Joins Drug Study to Reduce Dangerous Inflammation in COVID-19 Patients

Sarasota Memorial Hospital is one of more than a dozen research sites across the nation participating in the multi-center trial of IC14, an anti-CD14 monoclonal antibody drug that researchers hope will reduce dangerous levels of inflammation in COVID-19 patients. This week, SMH became the first U.S. site to enroll a patient in the phase 2 trial, called the COVID-19 anti-CD14 Treatment Trial (CaTT). 

Thursday, April 15, 2021
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