Acute Care Hospitals


2020 59TH ST W, BRADENTON, FL 34209
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Medicare Performace Measures


Below the national average


Above the national average


Below the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average


2020 59TH ST W

Blake Medical Center is a full-service hospital in Bradenton, FL and the primary Trauma Center serving Manatee, Sarasota and De Soto Counties.

Blake Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Manatee County, FL.

Blake Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Blake Medical Center is a proprietary hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


These people treat you better than family! Everyone was respectful, caring, efficient. Even Carmen in housekeeping. Wonderful place to get well. Thank you so much. Still no migraine 3S but an inner ear infection got added on after I was released. From the ER to the 3rd floor you guys are the best! (in the last week)

I spent seven months in Blake Medical Center and now this has become my hospital of choice. The staff is excellent, professional, kind, friendly, and thorough. They made me feel as if I was among family which made my rough stay much easier to handle.Leaving there was bittersweet and left me teary-eyed.It was like leaving family. I have been in three other hospitals in the area: Doctors Hospital, Manatee Memorial, and Lakewood Ranch. Nothing compares to the care and kindness I received an Blake Medical Center. I highly recommend this hospital. (a week ago)

staff was nice for the most part, but the quality of service wasn't even to be rated. There were multiple times even up until my Husband was discharged that we would ask for something and 30 minutes later we were still waiting and it wasn't like they were busy, staff was standing around talking and laughing. I understand that the discharge process is a little timely, I also work in the medical field but 5 hours is a little much. Staff, accuracy, compassion and the quality of patients care could improve. (3 months ago)

My friend came in to this hospital at 1:30pm in the afternoon, and she is still currently waiting at 6:30. This hospital is a joke. The staff is rude and very unprofessional. No one can live up to what their job description it’s because they wasn’t taught properly. They left a iv in her arm for more then five hours in the waiting room. Turn your car around when you see this hospital because they are horrible. I worked in the medical field before and I’m ashamed of the staffing here at Blake medical in Bradenton Florida. I don’t recommend anyone to come to this hospital. (a month ago)

My father-in-law was brought in due to having a stroke. The proper care was given in the ER, CT-scan was done, a clot was found, and proper treatment was given and he was soon moved to ICU. Later that evening my husband returned home saying all was well, within 35 minutes we received a phone call starting my father-in-law had fell out of bed. How is this possible in ICU is beyond me? Fractured hip, and horrible care after the fall. Staff became rude, case managerment acted as if all that happened was his fault. Patients don't get up and walk around in ICU. No alarm on his bed, no help when he used call light. Pure negligence on nursing staff. If an investigation was started it was never brought to our attention. Never received an apology. The stroke did not take away his independence, the hip fracture from the fall did. Now we continue to deal with his hip fracture issues with rehab, nursing home and physical therapy. I've been a nurse for 20+years, never had a patient fall out of bed, especially in ICU. Shame on you Blake Medical center. (3 weeks ago)

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