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Sarasota Memorial is pleased to offer School Sports Physicals at five convenient locations, 7 days a week, 8 am to 8 pm.
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Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. On average, 3 million Americans suffer a heart attack every year. But Sarasotans can take heart: A national study of hospitals employing best practices ranks Sarasota Memorial #1 in the nation for heart attack care.
Jul/27/2015. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. On average, 3 million Americans suffer a heart attack every year. But Sarasotans can take heart: A national study of hospitals employing best practices ranks Sarasota Memorial #1 in the nation for heart attack care.
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On July 27 from 11 am to 12 noon, join Sarasota Memorial's certified diabetes educators at our new HealthConnection location on the first floor of the hospital.  They will discuss "Diabetes Treatment: Testing, Complications and Medications."  The program is free, but reservations are appreciated: call 941-917-7011 or email HealthConnection@smh.com. 
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We have received the ALL CLEAR from Sarasota County Emergency Services.  Thank you to all the teams that responded today. We also appreciate everyone's understanding and patience as we work to resume normal operations.
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Sarasota County Emergency Services has identified a suspicious package at US 41 and Arlington St. Sarasota Memorial was asked to evacuate some hospital areas in closest proximity.  We have the utmost confidence in Sarasota County Emergency Services.
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An enthusiastic and hardworking group of Sarasota Memorial Corporate Volunteers recently spent a morning sorting food at All Faiths Food Bank.  Their efforts will provide 3,136 meals or one full year of meals (breakfast, lunch & dinner) for three members of our community.
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Everyone is invited to our North Port ER & Care Center MEGA 5th Anniversary Celebration - Saturday, August 29 from 9 am to 2 pm!
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Non surgical treatments help diagnose, treat neck and back pain
When conservative treatments fail to relieve your neck or back pain, consider seeking help from a board certified pain care physician before surgery. In this video, Sarasota Memorial Pain Care Specialist Lindsay Shroyer, MD, explains how non-surgical treatments, such as  injections, can provide relief while also serving as a diagnostic tool to help identify the source of the pain. 
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You can still make a reservation for tomorrow's (July 25) free Colon Cancer Prevention & Screening community education event. Registration and continental breakfast - 8:30 am, program - 9 am to noon, including the "Stollin' Colon" - an interactive, walk-through educational exhibit.  Call 941-917-7777 to reserve your seat.
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The Sarasota County Public Hospital Board, the governing body of Sarasota Memorial Health Care System, recently appointed James "Jim" Meister to Seat 1 in the Northern District. 
He will serve on the unpaid nine-member hospital board until the election in 2016, filling the seat vacated by Richard “Dick” Merritt who announced last month that he was stepping down to move back to the Midwest to be with his family. 
Mr. Meister served on the board's Audit Committee from 2010 to 2014 and currently is a member of the Mission and Planning Committee. 
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General Surgeon Steven Halbreich, MD, has joined the general surgery practice of Sarasota Memorial’s First Physicians Group (FPG).
Dr. Halbreich is a board certified general surgeon who has practiced in Sarasota since 2003. He specializes in minimally invasive laparoscopic, robotic and traditional surgical treatments for diseases and conditions of the abdomen, breast and soft tissues.
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Sarasota Memorial is pleased to welcome Orthopedic Trauma Surgeon Matthew Klima, DO, to the health system’s First Physicians Group (FPG). Previously Dr. Klima worked in private practice providing orthopedic surgical and trauma care to patients hospitalized in Manatee County. Dr. Klima serves as the orthopedic surgeon/traumatologist for Sarasota Memorial’s new Level II Trauma Center. He also works with orthopedic surgeons in the area and accepts patient referrals for complex orthopedic conditions and procedures. 
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Sarasota Memorial Health Care System, an 806-bed regional medical center, is the among the largest acute care public health systems in Florida. With more than 4,000 staff & 1,000 volunteers, it is one of Sarasota County's largest employers. A community hospital founded in 1925, we are governed by the nine-member elected Sarasota County Public Hospital Board. We are a full-service health system, with specialized expertise in heart, vascular, cancer, and neuroscience services, as well as a network of outpatient centers, long-term care and rehabilitation among its many programs. Posting: Leigh Wilcox.