Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point
Located just three miles off the Gulf of Mexico, Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point is an acute care facility located in Hudson, Florida, 30 minutes north of Tampa. Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point has a long and illustrious history of providing the highest level of critical medical care for our community. Founded in 1981, it was the first hospital to be built in North West Pasco County serving residents in Pasco, Hernando & Citrus Counties. Our reputation for providing compassionate and innovative care to those in need is built on the foundation of excellence in patient care. Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point’s nationally recognized Heart Institute, Accredited Stroke Center, Accredited Chest Pain Center, Approved with Commendation Community Cancer Program, Orthopedic, and Neurosurgery programs are all examples of the high quality results we produce while caring for our patients.
Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point has a significant presence in the communities we serve. Last year, 1,200 employees, 500 volunteers and over 300 physicians touched the lives of more than 82,000 patients from 5 counties (Citrus, Hernando, Pasco, Pinellas and Hillsborough). Through our Emergency Rooms, Inpatient and Outpatient programs, our patients reaped the benefits of our accredited programs. In 2014, we handled approximately 16,000 admissions and 48,000 ER visits.
In February, 2013, the Florida Department of Health awarded Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point full designation as a state Level II Trauma Center. Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point is the only trauma center in Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus Counties.
Gulf Coast Medical Center
Gulf Coast Medical Center (GCMC) is a multi-specialty outpatient facility located in Port Richey, Florida. GCMC is recognized by the NCQA as a Patient Centered Medical Home and is a Joint Commission accredited medical facility. The 5,000 sq. ft. resident clinic will function alongside the GCMC main facility and will be managed by the Program Director, and the DME. The twenty physicians at GCMC represent eight different specialties and cared for over 62,000 patients last year.
The resident facility has six dedicated fully equipped exam rooms and two dedicated medical assistants and shares receptionists and compliance services with the rest of the facility. Computers for accessing electronic health records are available in each exam room and at critical areas throughout the center. Residents will have access to educational websites and materials such as Up-to-Date reference site, an electronic version of Harrison’s Principles for Internal Medicine, the library resources at the Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine, the Osteopathic Principles and Practice, the HCA Knowledge library, AMA's Introduction to the Practice of Medicine (IPM) Program, ACC's Heart Songs 4, and ACP's Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program (MKSAP) Program.