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Is Lakeland Regional HCA?

Is Spectrum Health Lakeland non profit?

About Spectrum Health Lakeland

On Monday, October 1, 2018, Lakeland Health became a division of Spectrum Health. ... Spectrum Health Lakeland is a not-for-profit, community-owned health system, nationally recognized for delivering exemplary patient experiences and clinical outcomes.
Oct 1, 2018

Are visitors allowed at Lakeland Regional Hospital?

As we continue to adjust and adapt to the impact of COVID-19, Lakeland Regional Health is limiting visitors to our Medical Center. Beginning Tuesday, May 4, 2021, our new Visitation Policy will allow patients to have 1 visitor with them. ... Pediatric, Children's Emergency and NICU patients: Both parents.

Who owns Lakeland Regional Hospital?

The cty of Lakeland has a complicated relationship with the only hospital now inside the city limits, Lakeland Regional Health. The city owns the Lakeland Regional Health campus and leases it to the health system to operate its 864-bed hospital.Jan 17, 2020

Is Lakeland Regional Hospital Nonprofit?

The Lakeland Regional Health Foundation was created as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization in 1971 to support Lakeland Regional Health's work to deliver nationally recognized healthcare, strengthen the health of the community and advance the future of healthcare for those it serves.

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How many beds are at Lakeland Regional hospital?

In 2015, the health system was renamed Lakeland Regional Health. It is the fifth largest hospital in Florida. Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center has 864 beds. In 2020 alone, LRH Medical Center had 165,278 Emergency Department visits.

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How many ER beds does Lakeland Regional Medical Center have?

Lakeland Regional Health – Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Inc., the fifth-largest hospital in the state, has provided patients with medical services for nearly 100 years. The full-service medical center holds 851 beds and operates the busiest single-site emergency department in Florida.

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What level is Lakeland Regional Hospital?

Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center is a Level II Trauma Center providing initial trauma care, regardless of the injury, with physician subspecialists promptly available.

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When was Lakeland Regional Health built?

Founded in 1916 as Morrell Memorial Hospital, our 864-bed, comprehensive tertiary referral hospital operates a Level II Trauma Center, a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and one the nation's busiest single-site Emergency Departments.

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Is Lakeland Regional a Level 1 trauma center?

Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center is a Level II Trauma Center providing initial trauma care, regardless of the injury, with physician subspecialists promptly available. Florida has 36 trauma centers – 10 Level I centers, 23 Level II centers (Two are a Level II and Pediatric Trauma Center).

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