Tampa General Hospital (TGH) announced the completion of its acquisition of the Bravera Health network. The hospitals, clinical operations, services, providers and team members that were previously owned and operated by certain subsidiaries of Community Health Systems, Inc., will form TGH North, a division of TGH and an extension of one of the nation’s academic health systems.
With this expansion of Tampa General’s academic health system, residents in Citrus and Hernando counties will benefit from the local care they have grown to depend on, while gaining access to a broader network of providers, experts and specialists. In partnership with the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine, Tampa General combines clinical care, teaching and research to deliver the best possible outcomes, including cutting-edge technologies, resources and therapies, to the communities they serve.
The creation of TGH North through TGH’s acquisition of the Bravera Health network, includes:
- TGH Spring Hill (formerly Bravera Health Spring Hill)
- TGH Brooksville (formerly Bravera Health Brooksville)
- TGH Crystal River (formerly Bravera Health Seven Rivers)
- One freestanding ER
- Two ambulatory surgery centers
- 10 primary care and specialty care clinics
With the addition of TGH North, Tampa General’s academic health system now encompasses six hospitals, more than 150 care locations and nearly 14,000 team members and providers. The system provides the highest level of complex care to treat the most severe illnesses and conditions for patients from 23 counties across Florida.