Manatee Memorial Hospital Resuming Elective Surgeries

Coconut Telegraph

Manatee Memorial Hospital will reopen elective surgeries and procedures effective Monday, August 10th, 2020. After closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the hospital’s leadership team is now working with physician offices to accommodate the re-scheduling of elective surgeries and procedures that are currently on-hold, as well as new cases identified recently. Patients awaiting a procedure are encouraged to contact their surgeon or physician for more information, including scheduling details.

“We realize how important elective surgeries and procedures can be for the health and comfort of patients, and are pleased to be able to accommodate them again,” said Kevin DiLallo, CEO at Manatee Memorial Hospital. “Due to the decrease in COVID-19 cases at this time, we have the staff, space and supplies necessary to bring back many elective surgeries and procedures. Rigorous cleaning and disinfection protocols, in addition to universal masking and social distancing measures, are in place to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff.”

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