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476 5th Ave, New York, NY 10018
This is part of the Sarasota Memorial Health Care System and is one of the biggest health systems in the State of Florida. This facility holds over 820 beds, 5000 staff members, and over 900 doctors. There are also nearly 600 volunteer workers who make the hospital the county’s larger employers. The hospital was established in 1925 and is overseen by the member-elect Sarasota County Public Hospital Board. The facility is full service and offers specialized care in heart, cancer, neuroscience and vascular matters. There are also network outpatient facilities, long-term care services, and rehabilitation services. This is also the only hospital in the County to provide obstetrical and pediatric care along with intensive Level III neonatal care and Level II Trauma care.
This office manages public records and also provides the Sarasota County’s comptroller services. The Clerk of the Circuit Court is Karen E. Rushing who is a public officer serving the government and the citizens of the county. Her position was granted by a legal, authorized election. Duties are defined by government rules but change as needed to remain responsive to the local constituency. These duties must regularly be evaluated by the public so that all Clerk and Comptroller decisions and actions are provided most efficiently.
2000 Main St, Sarasota, FL 34237
This office prepares assessment rolls accurately and to all legal specifications while promoting fairness and equity. This work develops values for real and personal property in Sarasota County. It is administered to the best of all staff abilities. The vision of the Appraiser’s Office is to excel at offering services to the public courteously and efficiently. The office holds itself to high standards of respect, openness, and honesty. It holds all staff members accountable to taxpayers. It works hard to meet the public’s trust. Everyone in the Appraiser’s office behaves as stewards of all taxpayer’s best interests. Transparency and advocacy for citizens are the guiding principles along with the 11 Commandments for the Public Servant.