Sarasota Memorial Hospital
Sarasota Memorial Hospital is an 806-bed regional medical center located in Sarasota County on Florida's Gulf Coast. With about 4500 staff members, 750 physicians and more than 1,000 volunteers, it is the second-largest acute care public hospital in Florida and Sarasota County's second-largest employer. A community hospital, Sarasota Memorial is a full-service facility, with specialized expertise in heart, vascular, cancer, neuroscience services, outpatient services, home health and long-term care among its many programs. Sarasota Memorial is the only provider of obstetrical services and Level III neonatal intensive care in Sarasota County.
Sarasota Memorial has been recognized by Forbes.com as one of the 10 of the largest safe hospitals in America, and remains the only hospital in the region with Magnet Nursing Services Recognition, the nation’s highest honor for excellence in nursing.
1700 S. Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, FL 34239
North of Sarasota traveling South
Take I-75 to Exit 210 (formerly exit 39). At the bottom of exit ramp, turn right (West) onto Fruitville Road (RT. 780). Travel 4.9 miles to Washington Boulevard (Route 301 South)and turn left onto Washington Boulevard. Travel 1.4 miles south to Waldemere Street. Turn right onto Waldemere Street and travel one block. Upon passing the Cape Surgery Center on the right, make the first left turn to enter the Waldemere parking garage.
South of Sarasota traveling North
Take I-75 to Exit 207 (formerly Exit 38) Bee Ridge Road. Take exit ramp onto Bee Ridge Road and turn left (West). Travel 4.7 miles to Tamiami Trail (US 41). Turn right (North) onto Tamiami Trail and travel 1.34 miles to Waldemere Street and travel one block. Upon passing Cape Surgery Center on the right, make the first left turn to the Waldemere parking garage.
North Port Office Appointments
Sarasota Memorial Hopsital – Venice Campus
We currently have offices in North Port and Sarasota. As a Group, we have decided we will not care for patients or deliver babies at the Venice Campus at this time.
Our physicians prefer to continue using the Sarasota Campus where they have the option and convenience of having the Level 2 NICU available if needed for the safety of our New Mom and Baby.
The Venice Campus will only allow deliveries of patients that have had no high-risk factors during pregnancy so they are able to complete what may be considered to be a normal, routine delivery. All other patients may be required to be transported by ambulance to the Sarasota Campus. A costly alternative. Thank you for your understanding.