Morton Plant Hospital
Founded in 1916, Morton Plant Hospital was the first hospital built in northern Pinellas County. In 2019, Morton Plant Hospital continues to be a leader in its field, having been nationally recognized by IBM Watson Health as one of the Top 100 Hospitals in the country for the 7th time. The 599-bed facility provides highly technical and specialized care to more than 50,000 patients annually and works in more than 50 specialty areas. With the recent opening of the Doyle Tower, Morton Plant Hospital continues its transformation to meet the future health care needs of the community. The tower offers an additional main entrance to the hospital and a new surgical center, and the women’s services and orthopedics units feature large private rooms. All are designed to be more efficient and to improve patient, visitor and physician experience.
Heart and Vascular
As a national leader in cardiovascular health, Morton Plant Hospital conducts more open heart and interventional procedures than any other hospital in Pinellas County through its award-winning Morgan Heart Hospital.
The Orthopedics Program at Morton Plant Hospital integrates pre-operative care and teaching with subspecialty physician expertise, dedicated nursing care and highly skilled rehabilitation specialists to provide a unique patient care experience across the care continuum.
Located in the new four-story Doyle Tower, the Sarah Walker Women's Center offers obstetric urgent care, labor and delivery birthing suites, postpartum Mother-Baby suites and a Level II neonatal intensive care unit. The Center also holds the coveted WHO and UNICEF baby-friendly hospital designations.