We’re on the move! Our Coconut Point location is your health care destination in south Lee County. Join us for yoga or rehabilitation; or find a physician close to home. Our new center offers comprehensive services for all ages.
We’ve got big news! Soliant Health, one of the nation’s largest health care staffing companies, recently named Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida as the most beautiful hospital in the United States.
The severe red tide and algal blooms in Southwest Florida raise questions about potential health risks for residents and seasonal visitors.
Our hands come in contact with a wide variety of items every day—from gas pumps and grocery carts to gym equipment, door knobs, elevator buttons, electronics and other people’s hands. Because microbes (the tiny living organisms that may or may not cause disease) and germs (the microbes that can cause disease) are on all of these surfaces, practicing good hand hygiene is crucial for our health.
Lee Health is proud to announce that Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida has been awarded the Leapfrog award for the second year in a row. Read more for a message from our Patient Safety Officer and Acute Care Medical officer K. Alex Daneshmand, D.O.
Memory loss can a result of many health issues—from dementia to stroke. We tailor our programs to individual needs.
Lee Health Convenient Care is excited to offer sports, school, and camp physicals without an appointment. No appointment necessary!
Our dedicated team cares for minor burns Common household accidents and normal curiosity can lead to minor – but painful – burns. A new service at Golisano Children’s Hospital ensures that children stay close to home for comprehensive treatment.
Feb 13 & 15, 2018
Call today and reserve your spot to golf with the Minnesota Twins at Fiddlesticks Country Club. This charity event benefits patients at Regional Cancer Center.
Feb 15 & 16, 2018
Be a part of something special at the 25th anniversary of the Boston Red Sox Celebrity Classic. Golf alongside your favorite Red Sox players and other celebrities at the beautiful Forest Country Club.
It’s being called an epidemic and it’s killing more Americans each year than car crashes. According to the CDC, about 80 people die every day as a result of prescription drugs.
Heart disease can weaken a patient’s heart muscles, but a recommended program is helping patients strengthen their heart and transition to a healthy lifestyle.
A procedure is changing the way patients with liver cancer receive treatment, prolonging their life and eliminating the side effects from chemotherapy.