Learn about our commitment to Broward County in our new Community Report.
Plantation General Hospital has played a big role in providing excellent healthcare to your Broward County community since 1966. As we look back on this past year, we are pleased to be able to share with you our accomplishments and advancements.
Our 2012 Community Report is now available online for you to browse. Last year, we treated more than 58,000 patients and had more than 49,000 emergency room visits. Several of our services won national recognition. Plantation General Hospital is Joint Commission Accredited and has received Stroke Certification as a Primary Stroke Center from The Joint Commission.
Our neonatal care won us designation as a “Center of Excellence in Neonatal Services” by The Joint Commission — an award given to only three hospitals in the United States. The American Heart Association also recognized PGH as a partner in Get With The Guidelines – Stroke Care, based on how we ensure that stroke patients receive treatment that meets nationally accepted standards and recommendations.
Want to read more? You'll also find highlights about our emergency department, pediatrics, maternity, minimally invasive surgery and more in the 2012 Community Report. It is our pleasure to serve you, and we hope that you see our progress as more evidence of our ongoing commitment to provide the best healthcare to Broward County families.