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via Palms of Pasadena Hospital

Palms of Pasadena Hospital is a full-service, emergency care facility specializing in stroke & surgical care in the St. Petersburg, FL area.

Palms of Pasadena Hospital opened more than forty years ago and has provided high-quality healthcare services for the people of St. Petersburg and the surrounding areas ever since. Over the years, the hospital has expanded to keep pace with community growth. Today the 307 bed hospital offers a broad range of inpatient and outpatient services along with specialty programs. Over 350 physicians, 700 employees and 200 volunteers share in the hospital’s dedication to advanced care, improved technologies and medical expertise.

Hospital Highlights:

  • Emergency Medicine
    20-bed emergency department providing care for major emergencies and a fast track for less serious cases
  • Women’s Health
    Advanced imaging and diagnostic capabilities including digital mammography and bone density testing
  • Men’s Health
    Providing innovative treatments For urological Problems
  • Diagnostic Imaging
    Advanced imaging technology including MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Digital Mammography, Multi-slice CT, Ultrasound and Bone Density Testing
  • Acute Care Rehabilitation Unit
    20-bed Inpatient Unit and outpatient rehabilitation services, including aquatic therapy, cardiac rehabilitation, hand rehabilitation, orthopedic/sports rehabilitation, physical therapy, pulmonary rehabilitation, speech language pathology, spine services
  • Specialized Centers of Care:
    • BCIR – Continent Ostomy Center
    • Endoscopy and Digestive Disorders
    • Home Care
    • IV Infusion Therapy
    • Pain Management
    • Sleep Disorders
    • Bariatric Care Center for Weight Loss Surgery
    • Wound Management and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Visit Palms of Pasadena Hospital online at palmspasadena.com.

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