at Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center and Oceanside

 

Heart Care

Since introducing open-heart surgery to the area in 1980, we have performed nearly 350 open-heart surgeries, 300 balloon angioplasties, 1,500 cardiac catheterizations and 600 coronary artery stent implants. We have also recently become part of a select group of heart centers around the country to offer Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR).

Neurosurgery

We offer minimally invasive procedures as well as complex spine and brain surgery. Our coordinated approach enables us to address nervous system issues in their earliest stages, with the goal of increasing quality of life and helping patients return to their day-to-day activities as quickly as possible.

Inpatient Rehab

We specialize in rehabilitating people who have experienced a stroke, multiple trauma injuries, traumatic brain injuries, amputations, neurological disorders, spinal cord injuries, orthopedic surgery and more. Our center is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for Comprehensive Rehabilitation and Stroke Specialty.

ABOUT FLORIDA HOSPITAL MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER AND OCEANSIDE

Our goal at is simple: to offer our patients the absolute best care around, in the most compassionate, community-focused setting possible. Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center consists of two campuses: a 277-bed main hospital in Daytona Beach and an 80-bed hospital in Ormond Beach, as well as our outpatient facilities, located at the Pavilion at Port Orange and the New Smyrna Health Park. Through our mission of extending the healing ministry of Christ, we strive to promote wellness of mind, body and spirit. More than 400 physicians hold privileges to practice at our facilities, and we employ more than 1,700 care-team members. Our specialties include cardiology, cancer, emergency care, surgical services, obstetrics, neurosurgery, stroke care, rehabilitation, weight-loss surgery, imaging, laboratory, home health, wound care, diabetes, hospice, physician practices and women's services. We also offer the area's only inpatient rehabilitation facility with Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accreditation for stroke care.

Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center Awards

Gallup Great Workplace Award

Leapfrog A-Grade Hospital Safety Score

Truven Health Analytics Top 100 Hospitals Everest Award

Healthgrades Labor and Delivery Excellence Award

The Joint Commission's Top Performer on Key Quality Measures

American Heart Association Get with the Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus with Honor Roll

Awards and Accolades

Gallup Great Workplace Award

Gallup Great Workplace Award

American Heart Association Fit-Friendly Worksites Platinum Award Recognition

Leapfrog A-Grade Hospital Safety Score

Truven Health Analytics Top 100 Hospitals Everest Award

Truven Health Analytics Top 100 Hospitals Everest Award

Healthgrades Labor and Delivery Excellence Award

Healthgrades Labor and Delivery Excellence Award

The Joint Commission's Top Performer on Key Quality Measures

The Joint Commission's Top Performer on Key Quality Measures

American Heart Association Get with the Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus with Honor Roll

American Heart Association Get with the Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus with Honor Roll

PICTURES OF OUR CAMPUS

ABOUT THE AREA

Daytona Beach is famous for Bike Week, NASCAR, and its 23 miles of hard-packed white sand, but there is a lot more to the area than that. Whether your ideal week includes shopping and dining along the riverfront area, playing laser tag and go-karting with the family, or hiking and camping in the nearby state forests, you can find the pace of life you’re looking for. The area also has a vibrant arts community and seven quality colleges and universities, including Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

Area Facts

  • A paradise for nature lovers
  • Lots of local history
  • Plethora of shopping and dining opportunities
  • Seven nearby colleges and universities
  • Home to Daytona International Speedway
  • Cost of living 15 percent lower than national average