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Lee Health is now vaccinating anyone age 12+. Click to schedule for age 18+, click for age 12-17 or click for 3rd dose.

Click here for a list of COVID testing sites in our community.

Ivermectin: Not an Approved Treatment Option for COVID-19

Ivermectin has been in the news lately as people across the country have taken the drug in the hopes of preventing or treating COVID-19. This is not an FDA-authorized or approved treatment option. Additionally, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued this health advisory, and the National Institutes of Health has determined there are insufficient data at this time to recommend the drug. The Infectious Disease Society of America, which provides treatment guidelines, recommends against its use for treatment. Lee Health does not endorse the use of Ivermectin for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19.

As we have throughout the pandemic, our Lee Health team of infection prevention experts, pharmacists and physicians continue reviewing data, trends and outcomes for COVID-19-positive patients. We implement and endorse treatment options that are vetted, tested and recommended by public health officials and medical experts to provide the safest, best care and outcomes for our patients. We continue to refine and adapt our recommendations and education to reflect the advances and discoveries in science involving COVID-19 and the healthcare response to this pandemic.

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Vaccination is an important step in ending the COVID-19 pandemic and return to normal life. At Lee Health, we urge you to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Our vaccination clinic is open to anyone age 12+ and you can get an appointment as early as this week.

Lee Health COVID-19 Vaccine

All the information you need about the COVID-19 Vaccine in Lee County. Stay up to date with the latest updates on Coronavirus (COVID-19) here.

COVID-19 Vaccine Photo

Our Hospitals Are Safe

It is safe to come to the hospital or emergency room. Lee Health is well-equipped to provide safe and exceptional care to all patients, and the current staffing and capacity matters are not a reason to delay care.

Our Emergency and Urgent Care Locations are Safe and Open 

Medical emergencies happen to all of us, usually when we least expect it. Our emergency rooms – available at all of our hospital locations - will calm your fears with staff members trained to treat severe and life-threatening conditions. From broken bones to breathing trouble, from chest pain to trauma, Lee Health doctors and nurses assess your needs and quickly spring into action.

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month at Lee Health

Countless families and friends have been affected by a breast cancer diagnosis. The fear women and men face of the unknown is only heightened when combined with costs of treatment, travel, and navigating their new world. That's why at Lee Health we've turned October into HOPETOBER, a month dedicated to giving hope to breast cancer patients. 

Breast Cancer Awarness

Rising Together for Early Detection and Annual Screenings

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer. We have faced challenges over the past year and breast cancer is no exception. We hope to provide inspiration, education and support services to those fighting.

Fighting Cancer at the Regional Cancer Center

Schedule a Mammogram Today

All Lee Health Hospitals have implemented extensive safeguards to ensure you will receive the safest care possible. We want to encourage you not to delay medical care. We know you may have concerns about visiting a healthcare facility, but we urge you not to forgo a trip to your doctor because of COVID-19 fears. Please take care of your health and well-being including annual mammogram screenings.

Breast Health Programs Serving SWFL

Mammogram screenings can also be scheduled directly through MyChart. Early detection is critical. 

  • Breast Health

    It’s important to find breast cancer early, and that’s why the our Breast Health Centers use advanced technology for the most accurate diagnosis possible. At Lee Health we have imaging, screening, and advanced diagnostics for early detection and peace of mind.

We are offering extended hours at our Breast Health Center- The Sanctuary in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Call for more details!

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Lee Health Blood Drives

Lee Health Blood Drives

Lee Health is hosting multiple blood drives to meet the significant need for blood donors in our community. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many blood drives have been canceled, putting immense pressure on our healthcare system. The blood used for patient care has to be continuously replenished to maintain a constant blood supply.

Careers at Lee Health

We are Lee Health, Southwest Florida's premier community-owned health system. We are more than 14,000 employees, 4,500 volunteers, 750 employed primary care and specialty care providers and growing. Join Us!

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