Morton Plant North Bay Hospital’s doctors, nurses and dedicated team create a continuous environment of healing and caring that improves the quality of health care and the well-being of future generations. The community, in turn, provides a continuous circle of giving to support new health initiatives and cutting-edge technology that each resident and patient deserves.
Morton Plant North Bay Hospital is the birthplace of West Pasco County health care. Opened as a 50-bed facility in September 1965, today Morton Plant North Bay Hospital has 154 beds and the campus size has nearly doubled. This enables us to offer more services, improved technology and greater convenience for all of your medical needs.
The new Starkey Medical Tower features an intensive care unit, private patient rooms and the Richard and Laura Bekesh Education and Conference Center, which hosts monthly community lectures, health screenings and support groups. The new Cardiovascular Catheterization Labs are equipped to perform advanced procedures including heart catheterization, angioplasty and stent placement. The hospital also recently opened a new surgery department featuring six integrated operating suites.
Gold Circle Society members are recognized on the hospital’s donor Wall of Honor in the Jim Mitchell Family Lobby.
For nearly 40 years, Morton Plant Mease Health Care Foundation has provided philanthropic support to the not-for-profit hospitals of Morton Plant Mease Health Care, including Morton Plant, Clearwater; Mease Dunedin; Mease Countryside, Safety Harbor and Morton Plant North Bay, New Port Richey. The close connection between the hospitals of Morton Plant Mease and their neighbors reveal a unique spirit of giving – a relationship characterized by people caring for the hospitals that care for them.