Physicians Regional Healthcare System is comprised of two hospitals, Physicians Regional-Pine Ridge and Physicians Regional-Collier Boulevard, each with its own unique mark on the Southwest Florida landscape. Our Healthcare System also offers eight convenient medical office locations from Bonita Springs to Marco Island.
Physicians Regional-Pine Ridge has been part of the Southwest Florida community since 1999. Formerly Cleveland Clinic Florida, the hospital was purchased by Health Management Associates (HMA) in May 2006. Physicians Regional-Collier Boulevard is Southwest Florida's newest hospital. Construction began in 2005, and the hospital began accepting patients on February 5, 2007.
In January 2014 Health Management Associates was acquired by Community Health Systems (CHS). The merger between CHS and HMA formed the largest hospital company in the nation as measured by number of hospital facilities. Physicians Regional Healthcare System is now part of a network of 206 affiliated hospitals in 29 states. As a result, our Healthcare System will benefit from access to a wide network of resources, best practices and shared expertise. Most importantly, our commitment to our patients and to delivering high quality, compassionate care will continue without interruption.
Each hospital campus is accredited by the Joint Commission, and are conveniently located off Interstate 75. The hospitals feature private, acute care hospital rooms with modern amenities to provide comfort to you and your family members. Both campuses features a state-of-the-art surgery centers, full-service diagnostic departments and operate 24/7 Emergency Departments staffed by board certified physicians.
Physicians Regional-Pine Ridge is also the only Comprehensive Stoke Center between Sarasota and Miami, and one of only 29 Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) designated Centers in the state.
Physicians Regional-Collier Boulevard is an accredited Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence, and offers Comprehensive Breast Health Services; the facility features a sleep-disorder center, hospice rooms and has been designated by Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) as a Primary Stroke Center.