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Morton Plant North Bay Hospital is West Pasco County’s only not-for-profit community hospital and has 141 acute care beds. Nationally recognized for health care excellence, we've achieved Primary Stroke Center certification by DNV GL Healthcare, meaning our stroke care protocols meet the standards of the country's best programs.
Since 1999, we have invested more than $100 million to expand and develop programs, services and technologies. Our commitment to improving the health of our community goes beyond the four walls of our new buildings; we have also expanded key services to provide the latest care for you and your family.
Whether it's speech loss, hearing loss or comprehension difficulties, the compassionate speech therapists at BayCare's Morton Plant North Bay Hospital help people find their voice. Our team works one-on-one with patients to evaluate, diagnose and treat disorders, all while providing education to ensure maximum benefits from therapy.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please dial 9-1-1. From major to minor medical or surgical emergencies, neonatal to geriatrics, the Emergency Department (ED) at Morton Plant North Bay Hospital provides comprehensive care, 24 hours a day, seven days a week for more than 25,000 patients every year.
Patients requiring cardiovascular services in West Pasco County need look no farther than Morton Plant North Bay Hospital for premier heart and vascular care. North Bay's Cardiovascular Catheterization Lab uses the most advanced imaging technology to perform diagnostic studies, such as stress testing and echocardiograms, to interventional procedures, including elective and emergency heart catheterizations and angioplasties.
At Morton Plant North Bay Hospital, we combine a commitment to health care excellence with the latest advances in medical technology, including robotic surgery, to offer a wide range of inpatient and outpatient surgical services to the members of our community.