Baptist Medical Center Nassau
Baptist Medical Center Nassau is a highly advanced, extremely well-equipped community hospital on Amelia Island that provides a full spectrum of in and out patient services and 24-hour emergency care to coastal communities in northeast Florida and southeast Georgia. The medical staff includes highly trained physicians in 24 different specialties who practice locally, and as part of the Baptist Health System. Baptist Nassau has access to many additional specialized physicians, services, and resources when needed.
Changing health care for good in Nassau County
It's nearly indescribable quality, but you know it when you feel it. A doctor deeply invested in your situation, guiding you to the very best medical answers. A compassionate nurse, so kind and attentive to your comfort and needs. Advanced technology and leading-edge clinical protocols. It leaves you thinking "they were amazing," and it is the very thing we aspire to at Baptist Nassau.
The ability to stay close to home, and near where their friends and family can see them if they are admitted to the hospital, is important to Nassau County residents.“People who live here want to be here,”
Dr Lucey, Neurologist
“It’s not just our patients who show up. We have older people, families with small children and everyone in between coming out to Ewing Park."
Dr. Kiersten Prince, DO, Baptist Primary Care
"We’ve had every department tell us, this is what we do, this is how we take care of patients, and this is what we’d like to do better.
Jim Tippins, Senior Chaplain
"The nice part about practicing in a small community, is that it really gives you the ability to feel the way it should feel to be a doctor — to really connect with patients and take pride in the difference you try to make in their lives.”
Dr. George Le-Bert, DO, Baptist Heart Specialists
“It’s always a challenge to see how the practice grows, as a sole practitioner, you’re almost always available, even when you’re not on call.”
Dr. Kenneth Son, MD, Board-Certified Urologist
"Personal experience helps identify needs, our group has been able to suggest some very simple but patient-pleasing changes.”
Dickie Anderson, Patient Community Advocate
“We had an opportunity to do something very meaningful for this community, it was as simple as that.”
Betty Berkman, Baptist Philanthropist