Bonita Springs is located between remarkable healthcare and education facilities catering to the community’s needs. As home to award-winning health systems and education facilities, Bonita Springs is a catalyst for community development.
The medical community in and around Bonita Springs encompasses a sophisticated network of services that includes birthing rooms with baby care, open-heart surgery, geriatric specialties and everything in between. Urgent-care and walk-in clinics dot the area map and provide cost-conscious medical resources for non-emergency woes.
The healthcare section of our Business Directory can help you find dentists, physicians, pharmacy, hospitals and medical centers, health/medical services, in-home care, assisted living, medical supplies and more.
Some of the healthcare systems located in the Bonita Springs area include:
Lee Memorial Health Systems – With a medical staff totaling nearly 1,000 Lee County physicians, the LMHS staff are routinely recognized for the compassionate and dedicated care they provide to their patients. Their Board of Directors recently established patient safety as the overriding core value for their health system. Their commitment to quality led LMHS to become one of the earliest members of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), a leading quality improvement organization identifying best practices based on measurable.
NCH Healthcare Systems - is one of the most progressive in the country. More than just a couple of hospitals, the NCH Healthcare System is an alliance of more than 500 independent physicians and medical facilities in dozens of locations throughout Collier County and Southwest Florida. Not only do they offer advanced comprehensive care, they embrace new, effective ideas in medical care and healing.
Urgent Care Center of SWFL offers you and your family diagnostic and treatment expertise seasoned by their years of working in Lee County emergency rooms. We treat medical conditions that require prompt attention, that do not pose an immediate, serious threat to your life or health — without the wait, overcrowding, and expense associated with the ER.
The Bonita Community Health Center was established as a partnership between two of the most experienced and respected names in Southwest Florida healthcare: Lee Memorial Health System and NCH Healthcare designed with patients’ care and comfort in mind Equipped with the latest technology, our state-of-the-art center provides a wide spectrum of health services and programs. The only community based healthcare facility in the area. BCHC is a 501 (c) (3) (non-profit) corporation.
Lee County Public Schools serves Bonita Springs. The district is the ninth-largest district in Florida and one the 50 largest school districts in the United States. We proudly educate approximately 80,000 students in grades K-12. Schools in Lee County play a key role in community life. With approximately 12,000 full- and part-time employees, the School District is the county’s largest employer; and with the District’s construction program, building new schools and renovating and expanding existing facilities, the District has been the area’s largest developer.
Royal Palm Academy understands the importance of building strong fundamentals. We achieve a balance of the spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical growth of each child in a nurturing environment. Built upon the Christian view of the person, a Royal Palm Academy education develops tomorrow’s leaders by focusing on four key areas: academic excellence, spiritual growth, character development and service to others.
Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU), located in Estero just north of Bonita Springs, is a major influence in Bonita Springs’ booming business development and population growth. FGCU offers 20 graduate and 37 undergraduate programs through four colleges.
Edison State College offers Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees as well as various certificate programs. Hodges University, with campuses in Naples and Fort Myers, offers two and four-year science degrees in career-related disciplines.
Hodges University, formerly known as International College, offers two and four-year science degrees in career-related disciplines.
Nova Southeastern University has expanded its Southwest Florida facility to meet the needs of a growing community. Operated in Southwest Florida for over 20 years, their goal is to provide top quality education in a friendly and professional environment. Evening, weekend and online classes are available to suit your needs. The center is located on the SE corner of Colonial Boulevard and Interstate 75.
Rasmussen College has offered a unique approach to college education for more than 110 years: they help you develop the practical, relevant, and advanced skills that you need to confidently start or advance a successful career. Through their SUPPORT+ program they offer comprehensive network of student support services. You receive the customized level of support you need to earn your degree and start your career with confidence.
Southwest Florida College Southwest Florida College offers Associate & Bachelor Degrees, diplomas and certificates in a variety of different career disciplines. Southwest Florida College has an open admissions policy that allows all people who are high school graduates or who have successfully completed equivalent education as certified by state departments of education to be admitted. The College seeks individuals who have a genuine desire for practical career preparation. Although academic preparation is important, one’s motivation and interest in succeeding are given strong consideration.
We invite you to browse education in our Business Directory to learn more about the educational facilities our region has to offer.