When it comes to taking care of your and your family’s health, only the best will do. Thanks to a growing population and the establishment of a medical school in our community, the Capital region’s healthcare services continue to expand to meet the needs of young and old – and everyone inbetween. Tallahassee | Leon County is home to the only Level II trauma center in the Big Bend region and its medical centers continue to be recognized for patient care and medical services.
Founded in 1948, Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMH) is a private, not-for-profit community healthcare system committed to transforming care, advancing health, and improving lives with an ultimate vision of leading the community to be the healthiest in the nation. Serving a 17-county region in north Florida and south Georgia, TMH is comprised of a 772-bed acute care hospital, a psychiatric hospital, multiple specialty care centers, three residency programs, 31-affiliated physician practices and partnerships with Doctors’ Memorial Hospital, Florida State University College of Medicine, UF Health, and Weems Memorial Hospital.
TMH provides the most comprehensive emergency and urgent care system in the region. We have three distinct centers for treatment: the region’s only trauma center for life-threatening illness or trauma, a full-service, freestanding emergency center for serious illnesses or injuries, and an urgent care center for minor injuries and illnesses. TMH is an Accredited Stroke Center and Chest Pain Center with PCI – (Percutaneous Coronary Intervention) the highest designation available for heart attack care.
Capital Regional Medical Center (CRMC) is a fully-accredited healthcare facility with more than 1,100 employees and 500 physicians.
CRMC is a 266-bed, acute-care hospital that offers 24/7 Emergency Services in Leon and Gadsden Counties including: a Pediatric ER, Senior Care ER, and an Express Care ER. They also offer a Bariatric Center, Behavioral Health Center, Cancer Center, Chest Pain Center with PCI, Comprehensive Breast Center, Family Center, Heart & Vascular Center, Orthopedic Center, Physical Therapy Services, Senior First, Sleep Center, Stroke Center, Surgical Services, Wound Healing Center, Network-of-Care Affiliated Physician Practices, and more.
The North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Administration district is the largest in the network, as it serves more than 131,000 military veterans. It provides a broad range of general and specialized medical, dental, surgical, psychiatric, nursing and ancillary services for acute and chronically ill eligible veterans.
A $13 million outpatient facility is under construction that will provide a major expansion of health care services for military veterans in the Tallahassee area. The new three-story, 192,000 square foot facility will have room for a number of new health services, such as radiology, gastroenterology, podiatry, audiology, ambulatory surgery, women’s health, and expanded mental health services. The new Tallahassee outpatient clinic will be the largest in the North Florida/South Georgia district, which has two hospitals, three outpatient clinics and seven community clinics.
Applications for Leon CARES Assistance Open On Monday, August 17 at 8 a.m.
If you have been impacted by COVID-19, you may be eligible to receive direct assistance through Leon County’s Leon CARES program starting Monday, August 17. Leon CARES provides federal funds to meet critical community needs related to COVID-19.
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