The Oasis at Tampa Community Hospital

6001 Webb Road, Tampa, Florida, 33615



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A campus of Memorial Hospital of Tampa, The Oasis at Tampa Community Hospital offers hospital-based, medically supervised detox and outpatient treatment for adult men and women struggling with substance abuse. Located on the second floor of Tampa Community Hospital, in Tampa, Fla., clients receive round-the-clock medical care and can be quickly transferred to the medical floor if any complications arise during detox.

Within the state, the Oasis at Tampa Community Hospital is among 6.9 percent of substance abuse treatment facilities that provide hospital-based, inpatient detoxification and among 43 percent offering an IOP.


At The Oasis at Tampa Community Hospital, clients are admitted 24 hours a day, seven days per week. The process starts with a phone call for a pre-admission screening and insurance verification. During the detox phase, clients receive supervision from members of the medical staff trained in addiction medicine.

Medications, such as Suboxone and Campral, is administered throughout treatment. Clients also may receive a prescription written at the time of discharge based on their needs. Clients typically remain in detox, which is based on a client’s needs, from three to seven days.

During their stay, clients receive education on addiction and participate in group therapy and/or individual counseling. After detoxification, clients may enroll into the facility intensive outpatient program (IOP) for ongoing education, counseling, and support. The IOP meets on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Within the state, The Oasis at Tampa Community Hospital is among 29.3 percent of substance abuse treatment facilities that use Suboxone among their pharmacotherapies and among 21.7 percent that use Campral.

Families are encouraged to participate in the treatment program through support services, which provide addiction education within the context of family dynamics. Both alumni and families are eligible to receive aftercare planning, which extends up for to two years and provides referrals to community groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), for additional support following rehab.


At The Oasis at Tampa Community Hospital, clients receive care from a 24/7 medical team that includes registered nurses who specialize in addictionology. Physicians are available for daily client conferences to discuss diagnostic testing reports, progress, discharge status, and plan for continued recovery after detox.


The Oasis at Tampa Community Hospital is a private 16-bed unit for adults. The facility is equipped with fully adjustable hospital beds in each room to increase the client’s comfort while maintaining safety as well as laundry facilities. No outside food, medication, or personal hygiene items are allowed; these will be provided by the facility. Clients also may not bring cell phones, electronics, laptops, or anything that would plug into a wall socket.


At the time of this writing, a former client polled by submitted favorable feedback about The Oasis at Tampa Community Hospital. They assigned the maximum five stars to administrative/discharge policies, facility cleanliness and upkeep, level of staff experience and training, likelihood to recommend the facility, and quality of treatment for co-occurring disorders, as well as four out of five stars for affordability, connectivity/visitor policy, and family participation.

Among the strengths of the facility, the alum cited its counselors and nursing staff and that there was “a lot to do.” The reviewer added: “People were great and friendly had a lot of group meetings and were given meds if needed” and overall noted “I found it a nice place.”

On secondary sites, the Tampa Community Hospital received positive coverage to date: a perfect five-star review and a one-star review on Google and an average rating of 3.9 stars based on 259 reviews on Facebook, which the organization may manage. However, the reviews pertained to hospital as a whole rather than for addiction treatment specifically. [1] [2]


The sole loved one polled by to date submitted highly positive impressions of the center. The reviewer awarded the maximum five stars for most of the metrics in the survey, including counseling options, facility cleanliness and upkeep, family involvement, holistic offerings, leadership, pricing, and staff support.

They agreed that the marketing materials accurately reflected the facility and treatment and would recommend the center. The loved one was involved in helping the client pay for treatment, visited the client at the rehab, and stayed in regular contact. And the reviewer summed up the client's beneficial experience for as: “My son is clean!”


At the time of this writing, The Oasis at Tampa Community Hospital accepts most major insurance plans as well as Medicare, Medicaid, and Medipass. The facility does not publish its fees online.

[1] GoogleReviews


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  • Anonymous
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    Good counselors and nursing staff alot to do,you depending on your situation could go to the cafeteria I had no problems I went in because a doctor got me hooked on painkillers, people were great and friendly had alot of grooup meetings and were given meds if needed. One on one counselors. I found it a nice place
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    My son is clean!