Treatment & Intervention

At Parrish Medical Center, our goal every day is to provide the best possible care in the treatment and intervention of disease, and we measure our success by our patients’ experiences and outcomes. But the larger healthcare community also has standardized benchmarks for establishing quality, and we are proud of our national leadership in providing quality healthcare.  

Your Parrish Medical Center care team has earned many awards and citations for overall quality and excellence from leading healthcare accrediting and ranking agencies.  

In fact, PMC has been awarded four disease-specific certification gold seals from the Joint Commission in acute coronary syndrome, breast cancer, heart failure and stroke. And for the second year in a row, we were named a HealthGrades Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence™.  

Our healing environment offers the area’s most sophisticated surgical suites available anywhere, and a medical team that is skilled in the very latest procedures and techniques. PMC is considered a best-practice center for a variety of evidence-based care delivery methods. As such, we have been the focus of site visits from healthcare providers around the country and world. Here is a look at our top-notch treatment and intervention services:  

Infusion Center

The Parrish Infusion Center specializes in intravenous treatments, and its No. 1 goal is convenience. We work with an array of patients who are undergoing treatments such as chemotherapy, pain management or intravenous antibiotics.

Wound Healing Center

The Parrish Wound Healing Center is a healing place for patients who suffer from chronic wounds, which do not start to heal within four weeks. We offer the latest treatments and technology available today in a beautiful, soothing environment. We have the most advanced system used today — a hyperbaric chamber, called the Perry Sigma Plus — which “super-oxygenates” wounds.  

Emergency Department

More than 40,000 patients per year are treated by our highly skilled team of board-certified emergency medicine physicians, physician assistants, radiologists, nurses, nurse practitioners, technicians, and other support personnel who are trained to treat any type of emergency that may arise, from broken bones to heart attacks or strokes.  


Neurosurgical and neurological services at Parrish Medical Center offer a multidisciplinary approach for the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular disease, epilepsy and Alzheimer's disease. The medical center has excellent caregivers in neurosurgery, neurology, radiology and nursing.  

Gastrointestinal Care

Gastroenterology is the study, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the digestive tract and associated organs. These include the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, gallbladder or pancreas. Our GI department is recognized for quality and safety by The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.