Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMH) aims to take the hassle out of health care. The community health system serves residents of Florida's state capital and surrounding communities. The system is anchored by Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, a not-for-profit facility with about 770 beds and more than 550 physicians on staff. Founded in 1948, TMH provides general medical and surgical care, as well as specialty care in a number of areas, including oncology, rehabilitation, women's and children's health, obesity, and diabetes. TMH also has a trauma center, offers a family practice residency program, and provides primary medical care through a handful of regional clinics.
TMH also has a 60-bed psychiatric hospital, and offers adult day care and home health care services. It also operates the only Level II trauma center in the region. Trauma centers are specially trained and equipped to handle severe injuries and all such patients in the area are routed to trauma certified facilities.
The system partners with the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute in Tampa to allow cancer patients to participate in clinical trials and other experimental and research opportunities.