Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville
For more than 20 years, health care consumers have named our hospital the "most preferred healthcare provider" in the region. As the central hub of the Baptist Health system, Baptist Jacksonville provides the highest level of medical and surgical care using the latest technologies, such as the robotic-assisted da Vinci™ Surgical System. We believe in pairing highly advanced diagnostic and treatment capabilities with highly personalized care for you and your family.
Making the Health Care Experience More Personal
Thousands of stories unfold in our presence daily, revealing the challenges and triumphs of the human spirit. We feel privileged to support the lives of so many individuals in this community and we are working every day to make the experience of receiving our care is as easy as possible, as individual as you are, and faster at getting you back to your life.
“Jim had a 95 percent blockage of his main artery and blockages in two other major arteries, Jim had a miraculous recovery.”
Marc Litt, MD, Cardiologist
“As a kid, I remember the large diagonal scar my mother had from gallbladder surgery, I was so relieved to hear that my scar would bepractically invisible”
Renee Clark, Patient of Minimally Invasive Gallbladder Surgery
“Lenny was a good candidate for a new procedure, called MAKOplasty® Partial Knee Resurfacing, because his arthritis was contained to the inner part of the knee – the medial compartment”
Steven Crenshaw, MD, Medical Director of MAKOplasty Program
“During my first appointment, Dr. Morgenthal said something I would never forget. He said, ‘I’m not fixing your life; I’m giving you a tool so you can fix your own life’ ”
Katie Cox, Patient of Bariatric Surgery
“Dr. Buckley assured me that this minimally invasive approach would be best for me, and I would be back to my normal life quickly”
Susan Edwards, Patient and Cancer Survivor
“I went to the hospital on Wednesday and came home Friday. There was very little pain and I was back to normal activities just a week after the surgery”
Harriett Sparkman, Patient of Williams Cancer Center at Baptist Jacksonville