Fort Pierce’s first brewery is opening a second location on Ocean Drive in Vero Beach.
Sailfish Brewing Company has announced plans to open a second location with taproom and kitchen along Ocean Drive in Vero Beach. Sailfish opened its original location, as the first brewery in Fort Pierce, eight years ago within the historic neighborhood of Edgartown. In 2017, Sailfish moved a few blocks south to their current location at 130 N. 2nd Street in Downtown Fort Pierce.
The Vero Beach location will feature a full kitchen serving small plates, fresh seafood, and upscale beachy bites. In addition to serving Sailfish fan favorites like White Marlin Wit and Sunrise City IPA, a unique lineup of rotational special releases will be available in the taproom. Sailfish Brewing Co. Vero Beach will offer wine, cider, seltzer, canned craft cocktails, and packaged beer to go, alongside various dining options.
Residents and visitors can look forward to enjoying delicious brews and bites at Sailfish Brewing Co. Vero Beach sometime this summer. Visit Sailfishbrewingco.com for updates and to learn more.
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Benefits of out-patient joint replacement surgery
South Florida Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine is dedicated to providing exceptional orthopaedic care. We specialize in joint replacement surgery and recognize pre and post-operative patient needs. South Florida Orthopaedics is now offering outpatient joint replacement surgery at conveniently located surgery centers throughout the Treasure Coast. The Outpatient Surgery Centers where we operate are focused exclusively on patients like you. Unlike a hospital setting, we do not see patients with other illnesses. Our Outpatient Surgery Centers must comply with an extensive set of infection prevention standards that are monitored daily and evaluated by external inspectors.
Statistically, Outpatient Surgery Centers like ours have an excellent track record of providing safe patient care, and as a result Outpatient Surgery Centers typically experience only one surgical site infection per 1,000 patients on average. Estimated national average of surgical site infection rates at hospital facilities is around 2% (or 20 per 1,000 patients). Why risk the hospital when you can received the most advanced care in a safer, specialized surgery center.
Our staff works directly with you to provide the most convenient experience possible for your joint replacement surgery. From scheduling to follow up, we make sure you are taken care of. On the day of your surgery, drop off and pickup are simple and fast. There is no maze to get through or long waits. Our goal is your satisfaction and healthy recovery. We offer better pre and post-operative care than a traditional hospital. We make sure you understand the process and guide you every step of the way. Even after your surgery, we are always here to make your recovery as smooth as possible. Patient surveys, on average, reveal a 92% satisfaction rate with both the care and service they receive from surgery centers like ours. On the other hand, patients rate hospitals, on average, a 70% high satisfaction rate following a hospital surgery procedure.
We believe your time is valuable. At least 70% of surgeries in Outpatient Surgery Centers like ours start within seven minutes of their scheduled time. Additionally, 77% of surgeries are finished within the scheduled time, compared to 38% at a typical hospital facility. The cost of a procedure at an Outpatient Surgery Center like ours is typically 45-60% less than a hospital setting, but sometimes as high as 80-90% less. You get the most advanced, specialized care available at a better cost.
South Florida Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine has been providing innovative orthopaedic care in our community for over 25 years. Want to know more about outpatient joint replacement surgery, call us at (772) 288-2400 to make an appointment and discuss your options with our providers.
Mattamy Homes breaks ground in Tradition on a luxury residential community for active adults
PORT ST. LUCIE — Mattamy Homes has broken ground on Telaro, its first 55-plus luxury development in South Florida. The active-adult community in Tradition offers staycation-style living with an upscale clubhouse rich in modern amenities that bring residents together for healthy-living and social activities.
Neighbors will meet at the 15,000-square-foot clubhouse that features a fitness center, café, lounge and card rooms. The building will open onto resort-style and lap pools, cabanas, and a poolside bar and market. Homeowners will enjoy community gardens, an event lawn, and sports courts for pickleball, tennis, basketball and bocce.
Residents will have direct access to Tradition’s T Trail, an experiential 20-mile, multimodal system connecting them to the entire community on dedicated paths for biking, walking, running, and carting, plus TIM, South Florida's first autonomous shuttle service.
STUART — The Audubon of Martin County Board of Directors has approved the election of Ray Klahne as the next president of the Audubon chapter. Klahne replaces John Nelson who retired earlier this month yet still remains on the board.
“Ray’s passion for conservation and commitment to our chapter is evident in everything he does,” said John Nelson. “His dedication and organizational experience are second to none.”
Klahne has served on the Audubon of Martin County Board of Directors for three years. He has served in a variety of roles for the organization, including database supervision and membership generating endeavors. He is a Wealth Advisor and Senior Portfolio Manager at UBS Financial Services Inc., in Stuart. As an avid long-distance backpacker, Klahne has hiked over 1,000 miles of the Appalachian Trail and numerous others. He is trained in Wilderness First Aid and Leave No Trace outdoor ethics. He is also a member of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, the Pacific Crest Trail Association, the Continental Divide Trail Coalition, and the Appalachian Long Distance Hikers Association.
“It’s an exciting time to assume the role of president of Audubon of Martin County, as we are in the midst of an extensive native plant restoration project at Possum Long Nature Center and our access to the Lakeside Ranch STA has become the crown jewel of our birding tours,” says Ray Klahne, president of Audubon of Martin County.
Remember Treasure Coast nonprofits
If you are in a position, consider a gift to a Treasure Coast nonprofit affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Find the needs of many area nonprofits and how to give at treasurecoastnonprofits.com
As a service to readers and restaurants on the Treasure Coast, Indian River Magazine Inc. has created a website directory of restaurants, bars, breweries and wineries in St. Lucie, Indian River and Martin counties. The site includes hours of operation, if carryout/delivery is available, as well as popular dishes. See the site at treasurecoastrestaurants.com
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