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Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery

Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center is one of the first hospitals in Palm Beach County offering minimally invasive heart surgery as a treatment option for patients suffering from heart valve disease. Unlike traditional open heart surgery where the breast bone needs to be surgically separated, minimally invasive valve surgery is performed through a small incision between the ribs.

About Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center

We would like to take this time to welcome you and thank you for choosing Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center.

Since opening our doors in 1968, to performing the first open-heart surgery in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast in 1983, our 199-bed, advanced tertiary medical center has expanded over the years to offer a full spectrum of healthcare services. Some of our most notable services include our Heart and Vascular Institute, emergency services, orthopedics and joint replacement, Certified Primary Stroke Center, urology, general and robotic surgery, diagnostic imaging and rehabilitation services.

Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center places a strong emphasis on patient centered care and we are dedicated to optimal health through clinical excellence and unparalleled compassion.

As Palm Beach County grows, Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center is committed to introducing new services and programs to better serve the community’s needs. We are proud to continue achieving excellence nearly 50 years later. Thank you for entrusting us with your care.

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News & Announcements

Tenet’s Palm Beach Health Network Hospitals Announce Changes to Visitation Policy

Oct 11, 2021

Palm Beach County, FL – With the recent decrease in COVID-19 cases, the Palm Beach Health Network, which includes Delray Medical Center, Good Samaritan Medical Center, Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, Palm Beach Children’s Hospital, St. Mary’s Medical Center, and West Boca Medical Center, announce the following changes to expand visitor access for our patients and their families starting on Monday, October 11th;

  • One visitor for hospital inpatients, however restrictions may continue for certain areas, including intensive care and COVID units.
  • Two visitors will be allowed for our pediatric patients.
  • One visitor for patients undergoing surgery or having a procedure.
  • One visitor for patients having an outpatient or therapy visit.
  • One visitor for all ER (emergency room) patients.

“We are pleased to be able to go back to allowing more visitors into our hospitals so patients can have added support from both family and friends,” said Maggie Gill, chief executive officer of the Palm Beach Health Network and Delray Medical Center.  “Our hospitals have done a tremendous job of creating a safe and secure environment to protect the patients who are treated and cared for each day. We look forward to allowing our community more access to their loved ones.”

Visitors will continue following certain hospital requirements, including:

  • All visitors must check-in at an entrance.
  • Visitors will be required to wear a face-mask at all times.
  • Visitors must remain in the patient room/area.
  • By entering any hospital, visitors are attesting to COVID-19 screening per CDC Guidelines.

Visitors may be denied access for the following:

  • Present with potential COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Have other risks as identified by CDC guidelines.

For more information on our visitor guidelines, go to our individual hospital pages, or go to Palm Beach Health Network website.