Temple Terrace FSED
The Temple Terrace ER will offer easy, convenient access to emergency care 24 hours a day with all the resources you need for acute care of a serious illness or injury. The ER is physically distinct from an inpatient, traditional hospital and with the exception of trauma, will offer the same services as traditional ERs, accept ambulance service and have on-site CT Scan, Ultrasound, X-ray and laboratory services. The Temple Terrace ER will be staffed by physicians Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and nurses with emergency medicine experience and certifications. Some of the benefits of the Temple Terrace ER are convenient access and shorter wait times, same services and level of care consistent with a traditional hospital emergency department, separate pediatric reception area, telemedicine capabilities, board-certified emergency medicine physicians and nurses experienced in emergency care.
About Brandon Regional Hospital
Brandon Regional Hospital is a 438-bed full service acute care tertiary teaching hospital, which employs over 2000 Employees, 240 volunteers, 640 Physicians, & 20 Medical Residents. The facility is certified by The Joint Commission in 5 disease specific programs: Primary Stroke, AMI, HF, CABG, Hip & Knee.
Temple Terrace is located just north of Tampa between three major interstate highways: I-4, I-75 and I-275. This ideal location puts the city close to the Tampa/St. Petersburg metro areas, but also within a short driving distance to Orlando and the Sarasota beach areas. Adjacent to Temple Terrace is the University of South Florida, the second-largest university in the Southeast. Temple Terrace residents also have convenient access to the region's finest medical facilities, cultural activities and sporting events.
Temple Terrace captures a small-town lifestyle with urban amenities in an ideal setting – one of the region’s best kept secrets. Generations of families and new residents of all ages and cultures embrace the closeknit, traditional hometown spirit of Temple Terrace. Historic Mediterranean Revival homes from the 1920s intermingle with more modern homes and apartments along tree-canopied streets to provide a variety of housing for all lifestyles.