• Brian Difford

    heart care


    Brian Difford, Registered Nurse and local business owner knew immediately that the signs and symptoms he was experiencing were true to a heart attack. His experience at Englewood Community Hospital, was fast, efficient and unlike any other place he has ever been.

  • Paul Martin

    When Englewood community member, Paul Martin, had an accidental fall in his home garage, he had a visit to the Englewood Community Hospital Emergency Department. From the beginning, his treatment plan was clearly communicated to ensure his family was comfortable and confident that he was being well cared for.

  • Shirley McKinney



    When Shirley McKinney, full-time resident of North Port was told that she needed prolapse bladder surgery, her surgeon recommended Englewood Community Hospital. She underwent robotic surgery on December 19; she was then able to entertain 24 guests at her home for the holidays.

  • Sue Smith


    After moving to Englewood from Kissimmee, Florida, Sue and her husband were thankful to find that they live close to Englewood Community Hospital for any time of need.

  • Joe Gugliotta


    Joe Gugliotta spends a few months a year in the Englewood community and during one of his annual visits, he had an unfortunate health issue bringing him to the Englewood Community Hospital Emergency Department.

  • Charlotte Arcadia


    An emergency situation brought Charlotte Arcadia to the Emergency Department of Englewood Community Hospital. Her experience with the individualized care has made her a loyal supporter of the facility.

  • Reneé Galloway


    When Reneé was affected by a rare blood infection, Englewood Community Hospital was close to home to care for her during a time of need.

  • Daniel Finn


    When some routine tests suggested a follow up with an urologist, Daniel was grateful to find Englewood Community Hospital close to his new home.

  • Doreen Guber


    Doreen was grateful and impressed with the extra time that the radiology team spent to review her tests and share them with her in a timely manner.

  • Lori Wellbaum-Emery


    When Lori brought her son Weston to the Emergency Room at Englewood Community Hospital, she was pleased with the communication and treatment from the physicians and staff.