Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, part of the Palm Beach Health Network, is a 199-bed acute care hospital serving the medical and surgical needs of PB County and the Treasure Coast for over 52 years. You have access to a broad range of services, including comprehensive cardiovascular care, orthopedics and joint replacement, an Advanced Certified Primary Stroke Center, diagnostic imaging, general and robotic surgery, urology, a dedicated Epilepsy Monitoring Unit and 24-hour emergency care.
Tuesday: Open 24 hrs
Wednesday: Open 24 hrs
Thursday: Open 24 hrs
Friday: Open 24 hrs
Saturday: Open 24 hrs
Sunday: Open 24 hrs
Our mission is to provide our patients with the best possible care across a variety of specialties. When you’re treated at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, you’ll encounter a network of some of the most highly trained and experienced medical professionals all committed to the best in patient care.
You don’t have to just take our word for it—respected organizations can vouch for the quality and excellence of care at our facility. US News and World Report recognized Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center as a High Performer in the Treatment of Heart Failure in their 2020-2021 Best Hospitals report and we received the American Heart Association Get with the Guidelines® – Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus for the fifth consecutive time.
We were the first hospital in Palm Beach County to perform open-heart surgery, and we’ve remained one of the area’s leading heart hospitals with nearly 19,000 open-heart surgeries performed to date. No matter what kind of care you need, you’ll receive it with excellence at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center.
Professionalism with a Personal Touch
Edward always enjoyed playing a good round of golf. One rainy day he was rushing to put his clubs into his SUV and hit his head on the tailgate, causing a severe gash in his head. When the bleeding wouldn’t subside, he called 911 and the paramedics rushed Edward to Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. The Emergency Department team worked together efficiently to stop his bleeding.
“The emergency room team made me feel like family the entire time I was there. Two days after my visit, Dr. Snarksi personally called me to ask how I was doing. It’s that kind of personal touch that goes a long way for patients like me.”