History

About the Healthcare System

Venice Regional Medical Center is a 312-bed regional health care system that provides a comprehensive array of health care services to the greater Venice area and beyond. Always striving to meet our area’s growing health care needs, the system has steadily expanded to include a number of facilities offering fully integrated health services. In addition to an acute care hospital, Venice Regional Medical Center's healthcare includes comprehensive cardiac services including open-heart surgery, an ambulatory care center, home health agency, and a durable medical equipment services agency. A primary-care physician group, a freestanding walk-in care center and a women's health center are just some of the many other resources under the Venice Regional Medical Center umbrella.

Venice Regional Medical Center's reputation of providing compassionate health care dates back to 1951, when four Venice physicians and a local businessman worked to open the hospital’s doors for the first time. Since then, it has grown and evolved right along with the region it serves. Today, everyone at Venice Regional Medical Center's health care system focuses on providing health care that is cost effective, high quality and convenient for the many patients throughout the region.