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    Office timings 9 am to 1 pm (EST)
    Physical address:
    9355 113th St. # 7483
 Seminole, FL 33775

    Mailing address:
    9355 113th St. N., #7483 Seminole Fla 33777
    Tel:
    727-541-1159


    Email:
    araiford@pinellascma.org

Northside Hospital has received the Mission: Lifeline® Gold Plus Receiving Quality Achievement Award for implementing specific quality improvement measures outlined by the American Heart Association for the treatment of patients who suffer severe heart attacks. Every year, more than 250,000 people experience an ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), the deadliest type of heart attack, causedRead More


The Hepatitis Program has created the third issue for the Quarterly Hepatitis Newsletter. Through our partnership many of our mutual patients have benefited from hepatitis education, treatment and/or management, in addition to resources available in Pinellas County. Click to read the Pinellas County Hepatitis Program Newsletter


AMA: CVS-Aetna Merger Should Be Blocked

After extensive analysis, AMA opposes merger of pharmacy chain and health insurer SAN FRANCISCO – The American Medical Association (AMA) will today announce that after conducting an exhaustive analysis on the proposed acquisition of Aetna by CVS Heath, the nation’s largest physician’s organization urges regulators to block the merger. The AMA position is based on evidenceRead More


Improve your Health by Volunteering at Northside Hospital

What Can Improve Your Health in Just Four Hours a Week? Volunteering! Northside Hospital has 24 different locations throughout the hospital where volunteers serve. To learn more or to apply online, visit www.northsidehospital.com and click on About Us/Volunteers. About Northside Hospital Serving the community since 1976, Northside Hospital is a 288-bed facility, offering a fullRead More


Click to read Full Notification The Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County (DOH-Pinellas) would like to remind health care providers to think primary amebic meningoencephalitis, or PAM. During the summer months, swimming activity increases in the state and Florida sees the majority of PAM cases diagnosed during this time. Most people are usually infectedRead More


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