North Pinellas Lobby

Lobby Renovation

AdventHealth North Pinellas is undergoing a lobby renovation that will provide a comfortable, inviting space where patients and their families can relax and congregate.

The new lobby will be almost twice the size of our current lobby, and renovations will feature: beautiful fresh floors, a new reception desk, updated lighting, a coffee bar, and more.

Last but not least, this renovation will put AdventHealth North Pinellas on the map as a cultural destination in our county by way of a community-inspired mural by world-renowned local artist, Christopher Still.

It is through collaboration and partnerships with Tarpon Springs and North Pinellas individuals, companies and organizations that we can rebuild our lobby and improve the health and well-being of our community members.

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Son, father and grandfather in the ocean

Area of Greatest Need

Our AdventHealth North Pinellas Foundation’s goal is simple: support programs and needs that serve North Pinellas patients, guests, and team members.

By partnering with us to support our areas of greatest need, you have the opportunity to move health forward by funding patient care priorities. Your donations stay within our hospital and 100% goes to the area you designate.

Thanks to generous contributions from community members, our Foundation funds programs that shape the future of innovative, whole-person care. Some of these incredible initiatives include a new emergency department, a robotic surgical system, heart monitors, and much more.

We hope you'll join us to experience how generosity heals.

Burnette Society

In 1987, our Foundation started the Burnette Society, an annual giving society in memory of Dr. E.W. Burnette, one of the founding physicians of both the hospital and Foundation.

Burnette Society members give a gift of $1,000 or more each year and help carry forward our commitment to provide whole-person care to patients and community members.

Burnette Society donations support our friends who need cardiac care, like treatment for heart failure; our neighbors who seek freedom from pain and require minimally invasive orthopedic services; and our loved ones who unexpectedly have to make a trip to our new emergency room.

In 2021, Burnette Society donations funded six new vein finders. This proven technology allows our nurses to provide an enhanced patient care experience.

The Burnette Society is deeply rooted in AdventHealth North Pinellas’ history, and we can only continue this legacy through the support of compassionate community members.

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