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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Vaccine Alert: Preregister for the vaccine at https://myvaccine.fl.gov/. We kindly ask that you not call our hospitals or physician offices to inquire about vaccine appointments as it overwhelms our phone system. Learn More

On March 5, it will be one year since Lee Health lost its first patient to COVID-19. Please tune in this Friday at 11 a.m. on Facebook Live for a memorial service to honor all those we have lost over the last year, and to commemorate our staff who have fought on the frontlines.

Video will be posted below once the event has started. Please refresh the page to view. 

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.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Lee Health continues to collaborate with and follow the guidance of local, state, and government officials. We develop visitation plans in consideration of patient, staff, and public safety but also to meet the emotional and care needs of our patients. See our current visitation policy here:

Lee Heart Blood Drives

Lee Heart 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.

Our 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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Award-Winning Cardiology Services

Each day, about 2,150 Americans die from cardiovascular disease — a leading cause of severe disability that claims the lives of nearly 219,000 each year. Lee Health provides comprehensive treatment options for a wide variety of conditions. We invite you to learn more about these conditions along with tests we perform, preventive care options, hospital services, and other essential information. Keep your heart healthy by preventing, evaluating, and treating cardiovascular diseases.

Lee Health Urgent Care is Safe and Open

Coronavirus COVID-19

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

What you need to know

Lee Health experts have precautions in place if a patient with COVID-19 comes into one of our health care settings. Our team holds exercise drills throughout the year for cases such as this. To stay up to date with the latest news and updates from the experts go to our Public Health Awareness portal at leehealth.org/public-health or click the button below.

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