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Hurricane Ian Update: 10/01/22

The Clinic is operating with a physician on premise seeing to patient and urgent care needs. We are working hand-in-glove with the Sheriff and Fire departments. Information is limited at this time as communications on island and to and from the Island are poor, with no cell or internet access. The entire Island is without power and water. Updates will be provided when possible.

More Recent Healthcare News

  • Influenza is hitting the U.S. unusually early and very hard. The NY Times reports that we are seeing the most hospitalizations at this point in the season in more than a decade, “underscoring the potential for a perilous winter of respiratory viruses,” according to recent federal health data. Get your flu shot now “Getting the […]

  • Welcome back to Boca Grande

    The Grande Rounds health lecture series sponsored by the Boca Grande Health Clinic and the Boca Grande Health Clinic Foundation kicked off the season on November 16 with a recorded webinar to welcome everyone back for the season. Clinic CEO Mark Driscoll and Clinic Medical Director Raymond A. James, D.O, covered what to expect as […]

  • Emily Haley, MD

    By Sheila Evans, Boca Beacon Reprinted with permission With the addition of Dr. Emily Haly, the Boca Grande Health Clinic now has three doctors on staff. Dr. Haly (pronounced hail-ee) brings some 22 years of medical experience to the position. She especially likes dealing with patients on a personal level, while giving professional help. That […]

  • That is a good question after the storm of the century.  And when might it be safe? City Water Everyone who was on Boca after the storm remembers how we all incorporated the new routine of the 5-gallon bucket shuffle. We brought water from a brown pool or the beach to get our toilet bowls […]