Capital Regional Medical Center
In 2000, Capital Regional Medical Center announced a new $100 million dollar replacement hospital designed by world-renowned architect Michael Graves, known for his design of the NCAA Hall of Champions and his designs for domestic products sold at Target stores. In 2003, the brand new 198-bed acute care hospital opened its doors with the areas only all-private bed facility. We expanded in 2013, adding an additional 44 all-private beds. Capital Regional offers a Comprehensive Breast Center, Cancer Center, Family Center, an accredited Chest Pain Center, 24/7 Emergency Services, Heart & Vascular Services, Surgical Services and more.
Remaining on the cutting edge of technology and sophistication, Capital Regional Medical Center became the first hospital in our area to post ER wait times online and via text, providing patients with the most updated information for an informed decision when minutes matter. Capital Regional allows patients to notify the emergency room before they arrive. iNotify, a part of the iTriage Smartphone application, allows you to text your symptoms to staff at Capital Regional and let us know you are on the way.
As the state capital, Tallahassee is rich in cultural diversity, local attractions and festivals, an array of cuisine and endless opportunities.
In 2015, Tallahassee was recognized as an All-American City. This prestigious annual award is given to the top ten communities in the nation and this is Tallahassee 2nd time being recognized. In the past, Tallahassee has also been ranked one of the top ten cities in America to find employment by US News and World reports.
The city boasts two major universities deep-seeded in tradition, 31 community established performing arts groups, numerous seasonal events, such as the Jingle Bell Run and Spring Time Tallahassee. During session the streets are a buzz with legislators. It is known for its rolling hills, plantations, and roads that are canopied with live oaks. Tallahassee situated less than an hour from the sandy-white beaches along the Gulf of Mexico and thirty miles from South Georgia.