Among the services provided by Martin (Memorial) Medical Center in Stuart, Florida are 244 inpatient hospital beds, labor and delivery services, intensive and neonatal intensive care and diagnostic imaging. The medical center also provides emergency services 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and provides inpatient rehabilitation services. Its diagnostic imaging services include mammography, ultrasound, angiography and magnetic resonance imaging; available surgical services include cranial and spinal surgeries, joint replacements and outpatient, minimally-invasive surgical procedures.
The medical center campus also is home to several specialty care centers including the Frances Langford Heart Center and the Robert and Carol Weissman Cancer Center. Thomson Reuters has twice awarded the Langford Heart Center with its 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals award. The Minimally Invasive Surgery Center is home to the da Vinci Robot, a well-recognized, technologically advanced surgical tool.
The Martin Health System (Martin Memorial became Martin Health in 2011) also operates the Tradition Medical Center in Port St. Lucie. The Tradition Medical Center is a state-of the-art acute care hospital and features a 27-bed emergency department with high-tech telemedicine tools providing immediate access to specialists outside the hospital. Tradition Medical Center also offers surgical services, labor and delivery and intensive and neonatal intensive care services among its range of services.
The Martin Health System, a not-for-profit, community-based health care organization, operates a total of three hospitals and 10 outpatient sites in Florida's Martin and St. Lucie counties as of 2015, providing a full range of acute, primary and preventative health care services.