Jackson Health System - 2015 Report To The Community

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Making Miracl­­­es 2015 Report To The Community



From The President And Chief Executive Officer, Carlos A. Migoya More than 35 years ago, my younger son was

In the year to come, we will continue growing stronger to serve even more

born at Jackson Memorial Hospital weighing

of our neighbors. With our new capital plan, anchored by the Jackson

just over a pound, given only a whisper of

Miracle-Building Bond Program, our services will expand to reach parts

a chance to survive. At any other facility,

of Miami-Dade that have growing populations and growing needs.

he would have been lost, but thanks to the

Renovations are already transforming the look and feel of our hospitals

doctors, nurses, and other caregivers at our

to be more welcoming and patient-friendly. Jackson will continue to

public hospital, he has grown into a happy,

focus on those signature services that make us famous: transplant,

healthy, and successful young man.

trauma, neurosurgery and neurology, maternity, bariatrics, and pediatrics,

At any other hospital, they would call it a miracle. At Jackson, we call it a Monday. Stories like these take place at our hospitals every day, and they are the inspiration for our catchphrase: Miracles made daily.

particularly for the smallest and sickest children. Just a few years from now, Jackson will celebrate its 100th anniversary, so today we are building the framework for a second century of making miracles.

From Ryder Trauma Center, which trains every one of the U.S. Army’s forward surgical teams and treats our most seriously injured neighbors,


to Jackson Rehabilitation Hospital, where patients work toward a second chance at independent lives, Jackson Health System makes miracles. Our entire team is deeply committed to carrying that work forward. The industry we represent and the community we serve will change substantially in the years ahead. Jackson must be strong enough, nimble enough, and smart enough to change with them while still

Carlos A. Migoya President and Chief Executive Officer

pushing ourselves to deliver the world’s best medical care.



From The Chairman Of The Public Health Trust Board Of Trustees, Darryl K. Sharpton Together we are strong. Unity is the essential value that symbolizes Jackson Health System’s legacy and its future. Over the course of nearly 100 years, Jackson has grown to become the nation’s largest public hospital system. Taxpayers from every background, every social standing, and every ethnic heritage come together to preserve and

at Jackson North Medical Center in North Miami Beach; Jackson South Community Hospital near Palmetto Bay; the new Jackson West outpatient campus being constructed in Doral; and especially in the primary and urgent care clinics that are a growing part of our service. We already touch neighborhoods from Overtown to South Beach, and from Miami Gardens to Little Havana. But we need to do more to ensure we achieve our mission. Soon we will reach communities that have never before enjoyed such close-at-hand access to Jackson’s world-renowned care.

embolden our mission. Jackson represents the

Our strength today will empower us to be strong tomorrow. The work we do

community’s promise to itself that every human

for our neighbors today is the work that will benefit our children tomorrow.

being should have access to world-class care.

All of it is possible because we are united, together. On behalf of our Board

We have united over these past four years with our key stakeholders to

of Trustees, thanks so much for being part of this journey.

transform Jackson from an ailing and outdated system into the strong, sustainable, forward-looking institution that our community deserves. Thanks to the cooperation of so many, we are providing better care in


a better organization. We have also launched a massive capital program that will enhance and expand Jackson in the very neighborhoods we are needed most. Most people think and see Jackson as one central Jackson Memorial Medical Center campus near downtown Miami – this is certainly our flagship, but our geographic presence is so much larger and still needs to grow. Our future is built around investing in areas of Miami-Dade County that are closer to you. Hundreds of millions of dollars will be invested in Jackson’s presence in your neighborhoods over the next decade. This includes major renovations



Darryl K. Sharpton Chairman Public Health Trust Board of Trustees

A New Jackson Over the past century, Jackson has evolved into a major healthcare force. We are now entering a new period of transformation, thanks to funding from an $830 million bond, our partnerships, and the support of our community. This is a time of growth – and it’s a reminder that we’ve pushed through many difficulties along the way. From deadly flu epidemics, to hurricanes, to budget challenges, we’ve paved the way to a healthier community and a robust public health system – all while holding fast to the mission of service that Dr. James M. Jackson dreamed of when he opened Miami City Hospital in June 1918. Welcome to a new Jackson.



A Century Of Milestones 1918: The new, 13-bed Miami City Hospital opens on June 25. 1924: The Miami City Commission votes to rename Miami City Hospital in honor of Dr. James M. Jackson, a surgeon and prominent leader in the medical community. 1926: James M. Jackson Memorial Hospital treats more than 700 victims after a major hurricane and operates relief stations throughout the city. 1946: Jackson becomes the only hospital in the region to offer radium treatment for cancer. 1952: The University of Miami School of Medicine opens, beginning Jackson’s longtime affiliation with UM. 1956: Dr. Robert S. Litwak, chief of thoracic surgery at Jackson, performs the first open-heart surgery in Florida. 1960: The hospital performs cardiopulmonary bypass using a new heart-lung machine. 1965: Jackson makes headlines by treating burn patients with an innovative silver nitrate treatment after the cruise ship Yarmouth Castle catches fire.



1973: The National Cancer Institute chooses Jackson as the Florida site for a Comprehensive Cancer Center, then one of o­nly 20 in the nation. 1977: Jackson’s Kidney Transplantation Center opens and performs 24 transplants in its first year. 1986: The Best in Medicine names Jackson Memorial Hospital one of the top 25 medical facilities in the U.S. – the only public hospital to make the list. 1992: Ryder Trauma Center opens just weeks before Hurricane Andrew devastates Miami-Dade. 2001: The Public Health Trust creates Jackson Health System and acquires Deering Hospital, which is renamed Jackson South Community Hospital. 2006: Jackson Health System adds Parkway Regional Medical Center, which becomes Jackson North Medical Center.­ 2013: More than 65 percent of Miami-Dade voters support Jackson’s new $830 million Miracle-Building Bond Program. 2015: Jackson Health System purchases a 27-acre parcel of land in the City of Doral that will be home to a brand-new medical campus called Jackson West.

Mission To build the health of the community by providing a single, high standard of quality care for the residents of Miami-Dade County.

Vision To be a nationally and internationally recognized, world-class academic medical system and to be the provider of choice for quality care.

Values Service Excellence and Quality Commitment Compassion Teamwork and Communication Respect Confidentiality Integrity and Stewardship Inclusion

Miami City Hospital, 1918



Jackson Behavioral Health Hospital

Your Jackson Health System Jackson Memorial Hospital 1611 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami, FL 33136

160 N.W. 170th Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33169

Jackson Memorial Hospital is an accredited, non-profit, tertiary care

Jackson North Medical Center is home to specialized centers

hospital and the major teaching facility for the University of Miami

for endovascular disease, fibroids, pain management, back pain,

Miller School of Medicine. With nearly 1,000 licensed beds,

women’s health, wound care, and weight-loss surgery. In addition,

it’s a magnet for medical research and home to Ryder Trauma

Jackson North hosts the medical school professors, interns,

Center – the only adult and pediatric Level I trauma center in

and residents from Florida International University’s Herbert

Miami-Dade County – and the Miami Transplant Institute,

Wertheim College of Medicine.

one of the nation’s top transplant programs.


Jackson North Medical Center


Jackson South Community Hospital 9333 S.W. 152nd Street, Miami, FL 33157 Jackson South Community Hospital offers a full spectrum of services and is staffed by nationally recognized, board-certified physicians and allied healthcare professionals who practice a wide array

Jackson Behavioral Health Hospital 1695 N.W. 9th Avenue, Miami, FL 33136 Jackson Behavioral Health Hospital provides a full continuum of mental health care for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors, including innovative residential and outpatient programs.

Jackson Rehabilitation Hospital 1611 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami, FL 33136 Jackson Rehabilitation Hospital provides comprehensive rehabilitative care to adults, adolescents, and children, while helping patients and their families through the recovery process. Led by a multidisciplinary team, Jackson Rehabilitation Hospital delivers inpatient and outpatient care, as well as support services for patients with spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, and a broad spectrum of medical and physical conditions. In April 2015, a ceremonial groundbreaking took place for the Christine E. Lynn Rehabilitation Center for the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis at UHealth/Jackson Memorial. The 100-bed facility will feature

of specialties and subspecialties. It’s also home to the Urology Center of Excellence and Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence.

Holtz Children’s Hospital 1611 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami, FL 33136 Holtz Children’s Hospital is one of the largest children’s hospitals in the Southeast and is the exclusive home to the pediatric specialists who serve on the faculty of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Patients here can access breakthrough treatment for

state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment and treatment – combined with translational research – to treat spinal cord and brain injuries.

Jackson West Jackson recently purchased a 27-acre parcel of land located in the City of Doral, just west of the Palmetto Expressway and north of Northwest 25th Street. Jackson West will become a leading-edge outpatient medical center with a freestanding emergency room for adult patients and a children’s ambulatory center for specialized pediatric care.

complex medical problems often considered untreatable.



Our Locations 1





Jackson South Community Hospital Rosie Lee Wesley Health Center Prevention, Education, and Treatment (PET) Center Downtown Medical Center


Dr. Rafael A. Peñalver Clinic


Jefferson Reaves, Sr. Health Center



Jackson Memorial Perdue Medical Center

Jackson Rehabilitation Hospital



Jackson Memorial Hospital

10 Holtz Children’s Hospital 11 Ryder Trauma Center 12 Miami Transplant Institute 13 Jackson Behavioral Health Hospital 14 Jackson Pediatric Center

(PPEC facility) 15 Jackson Memorial

Long-Term Care Center

17 Jackson North

Medical Center 18 Jackson Community

Mental Health Center Future Sites: 19 Urgent Care Center

(Arch Creek) 20 Jackson West 21 Urgent Care Center

(Country Walk)

16 North Dade

Health Center

Call 305-585-4DOC to find a Jackson physician.

Jackson Expands With New Urgent Care Centers Jackson is bringing world-class care to communities throughout Miami-Dade with a new network of urgent care centers. Two sites are slated to open by summer 2016: one in North Miami at Arch Creek, and one in Southwest Miami-Dade at Country Walk. In total, Jackson plans to open eight to 12 urgent care centers to provide residents with convenient medical attention that bridges primary and emergency care.



Collaboration For The Best Possible Care For more than half a century, the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine has worked in tandem with Jackson Health System to provide world-class medical care to patients from South Florida and around the globe. Nearly 90 percent of the physicians practicing at Jackson Memorial Hospital are faculty members of the medical school – doctors who are training the doctors of tomorrow. This unique relationship offers patients access to up-to-the-minute, breakthrough treatments and the world-renowned physician-scientists involved in the development of these innovations. It also gives our patients access to clinical trials that test new treatments or new approaches to existing therapies.



*Becker’s Hospital Review, June 2014

The pediatric stem cell transplant unit, located at Holtz Children’s Hospital, epitomizes Jackson’s long-standing collaboration with the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Here, patients from alex’s place at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center receive coordinated care for leukemia and other blood diseases. It is the only program in the region continuously accredited by the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy (FACT).

Awards And Honors • Holtz Children’s Hospital: Among the nation’s top children’s hospitals according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2014-15 specialty rankings. • Holtz Children’s Hospital: Named an “Accredited Pediatric Heart Failure Institute” by The Healthcare Colloquium in 2015. Holtz Children’s is 8th in the nation and the first in Florida to earn this accreditation. • Miami Transplant Institute: Performed more kidney, liver, pancreas, and intestinal transplants than any other center in the United States in the first three months of 2014. • Jackson Health System: Nine facilities recognized by the Human Rights Campaign as “Leaders In Healthcare Equality” for policies and practices related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) patients and their families. • Ryder Trauma Center: Verified as a Level 1 trauma center by the American College of Surgeons (ACS). One of just two centers in Florida to earn this distinction. • UM/Jackson Memorial Burn Center at Ryder Trauma Center: Certified as the only burn center in South Florida and one of just 65 in the nation. • Jackson Memorial Hospital and Jackson North Medical Center: Recipients of “Get with the Guidelines” Stroke Gold Plus Award from the American Heart Association.





Aerial view of Doral.

Building For The Future When James M. Jackson helped create Miami City Hospital nearly a century ago, he could have

Key Elements Of The Miracle-Building Bond Program • The funding of major projects that will modernize all of our facilities, helping to

scarcely imagined the transformative changes that

continue our mission of providing a high

would influence not only the healthcare institution

standard of care to all patients.

that would eventually bear his name, but also the region he called home.

• Renovating almost all patient units, emergency rooms, and operating rooms.

As greater Miami has evolved into a bustling,

• Building urgent care centers in many

world-class city, Jackson Health System will evolve

neighborhoods throughout Miami-Dade

to keep pace with changing and challenging times.

County, putting much-needed medical

Thanks to the trust of Miami-Dade voters,

services within reach.

Jackson is beginning a new chapter in its history.

• Constructing a new children’s ambulatory

In 2013, more than 65 percent of Miami-Dade voters supported Jackson’s new Miracle-Building

center and a free-standing emergency room facility in the City of Doral.

Bond Program, a testament to their faith in

• Replacing our world-class rehabilitation hospital.

our mission.

• Making significant investments in equipment

Over the next ten years, Jackson will invest $1.4

and IT systems.

billion into building new facilities and modernizing

• Ensuring transparency and accountability

existing structures. This capital plan, announced in

through the creation of the Citizens’

June 2014, includes $830 million from the Jackson

Advisory Committee, which reviews all

Miracle-Building Bond and the reinvestment of

bond-related projects.

cash earned by the health system. It marks a new era for Jackson, one that lays the groundwork for the next generation of health care that will meet the needs of Miami-Dade County for decades to come.



Miracles From Birth, Straight Through Adulthood Children deserve miracles, and so do the families who welcome them into this world. Our patients benefit from exceptional comfort of our updated

In 2014, we renovated many of our private and semi-private

surroundings, as well as from the peace-of-mind that comes from knowing our

rooms to ensure that we meet the needs of expecting patients,

nationally-ranked specialties* at Holtz Children’s Hospital are just steps away.

as well as children requiring care.

*U.S. News & World Report, 2014-2015



Sophisticated Solutions For Every Mother No matter the type of pregnancy, Jackson is ready for every little miracle. We’ve upgraded our antepartum suites for expectant mothers with high-risk pregnancies, and operating rooms at The Women’s Hospital at Jackson Memorial are fitted with the most advanced technology, including cool-temperature LED lighting.

Where Family And Comfort Tie For First Place The M.B. Fernandez Family Little Miracles Maternity Suites are the newest addition to The Women’s Hospital at Jackson Memorial, offering the comfort of a luxury hotel to our patients.

Four Little Miracles In February 2014, Ivanna Cardenas Gutierrez learned she was expecting quadruplets. The chance of conceiving quadruplets naturally is 1 in 700,000 pregnancies. “The doctor said we were having twins and I was shocked,” Ivanna’s husband, David Gutierrez, said. “Then, he said there were three babies. Two minutes later, he said there was a fourth. I was speechless.” Ivanna turned to an expert physician at Jackson Memorial who specializes in high-risk pregnancies and the delivery of multiples, to care for her throughout the pregnancy. The children were delivered three months early due to complications, but they continue to grow stronger every day. “There have been a lot of ups and downs,

The 20 private suites are elegantly appointed and provide easy access to the nurses’ station, private breastfeeding rooms, a discharge suite, and a special family lounge. Optional VIP upgrades

but we have gotten through it,” Ivanna added. “We know how blessed we are.”

further enhance the patient experience and include a gourmet menu and spa-quality amenities.





The Gutierrez quadruplets, born at The Women’s Hospital at Jackson Memorial and cared for at Holtz Children’s Hospital’s Level III NICU.

The Most Advanced Technology, Just Steps Away At Holtz Children’s Hospital

Different Because Kids Are Different

Patients at Jackson rest easy knowing their

a colorful, welcoming setting to help children

baby is in the most capable hands, no matter

feel safe and stimulate their imaginations.

the circumstances. Our neonatal specialists

Waiting areas and patient rooms feature fun

treat infants from the moment they enter the

décor, kid-friendly artwork, and inspiring

Children receive care at Holtz Children’s in an environment created just for kids. It promotes health and healing, featuring

themes from space travel to jungle adventure.

Child Life Services Creating a unique environment for kids goes far beyond making an environment just for them. Holtz Children’s boasts a leading Child Life Support Services Program to support the needs of patients and their world. For new patients facing complications, Holtz Children’s provides the highest level of neonatal care available, seamlessly integrated with Jackson’s maternity services. Our 126-bed

families. The program includes:

Bermudez, then 6 years old, went from feeling slightly ill to experiencing multiple episodes of cardiac arrest in only a few days. Doctors battled severe blood loss and insufficient blood flow to her extremities, but Victoria made a full recovery after her two-month stay in the Holtz Children’s pediatric intensive care unit.

life specialists

world,” said Victoria’s mother, Judith Ferrer.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), which

• Availability of “safe” playrooms where

includes the largest Level III unit in Florida,

no medical procedures take place

team address a wide range of complications

a fight to save the life of one little girl. Victoria

“The medical care at Holtz has been out of this

• Music, recreation, and pet therapy

And our neonatologists and neonatal nursing

What seemed like a simple fever turned into

• Professional support from child

Schatzi and Stanley Kassal Project: Newborn

provides care for the most critically ill newborns.

Rare Treatment Saves Young Girl

“This is the only place you want to be if something goes wrong – and in life there is always a chance that something might go wrong.”

• Special visitors, including a Foster Grandparent Program, volunteers, artists, musicians, and professional athletes

from premature birth, to congenital defects, to life-threatening illness. 2015 REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY


Rev. Dr. Walter Richardson was diagnosed with prostate cancer and had robotic surgery at Jackson South Community Hospital. Today, he is cancer-free and enjoys a healthy, robust life with his wife, M. Dolores Richardson.



High Volumes, Better Outcomes For some time now, healthcare experts have known that high volumes in a particular procedure or treatment oftentimes lead to better medical outcomes. So does “practice make perfect?” Well, we know it makes us better.

Robotic Miracle-Makers The surgical team at Jackson South Community

In the case of prostate cancer patients, the high-volume/

Hospital’s Urology Center of Excellence are among

better-outcomes connection has even greater meaning because

the first in Florida to use the da Vinci Xi®, the most

these men face additional risk beyond their cancer diagnosis.

advanced robotic surgical platform currently available.

They face erectile dysfunction and incontinence as potential

The new system assists surgeons during complex

side effects from their prostate cancer surgeries.

procedures by allowing them to access anatomy

For these reasons, among others, Jackson South’s Urology Center of Excellence has emerged as the region’s volume

that would be otherwise too small to reach with a human hand.

leader, performing more prostate cancer surgeries than any

In addition to leading-edge technology, patients

hospital in South Florida.*

at the Urology Center of Excellence also benefit

In fact, Jackson South has surpassed every other hospital for total number of prostatectomies in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties by more than forty percent. Moreover, men who chose Jackson South for their prostate cancer surgery had an average length of stay of 1.4 days, one of the lowest in the area.

from novel techniques aimed at preserving sexual function and urinary control. For example, they routinely use human amniotic membrane to protect the nerves associated with sensation. They also use a technique known as modified maximal urethral length preservation (MULP), which can help patients gain urinary continence shortly after their surgery.

*[INTELLIMED Inpatient Period, Prostate, 2008-2013]. (2014, June 18). Unpublished raw data.



More Transplants Mean More Miracles Established more than 45 years ago, the Miami Transplant Institute has grown to become one of the largest and most comprehensive transplant centers in the world. Here, our surgeons perform more than 450 organ transplant procedures each year. Moreover, we are the only program in Florida to perform every type of organ transplant, including: • Heart Transplants • Intestinal and Multivisceral Transplants • Kidney Transplants • Liver Transplants

More Hope For Patients



In The USA

More kidney transplants than any other transplant center in the nation.

Leading the nation in intestinal transplant volume. Kidney

More organ transplants of ALL TYPES than any hospital in the state of Florida. Best one-year patient survival rate, with fewest organ failures, for liver transplants in Florida.

• Living Donor Kidney Transplants







In FL Pancreas


• Lung Transplants • Pancreas Transplants and Combination


Pancreas-Kidney Transplants­


One-year patient survival for pediatric KIDNEY transplants.


One-year organ (graft) survival for pediatric KIDNEY transplants.


One-year patient survival for adult PANCREAS transplants.



The Most Precious Gift Gloria Morrison watched her health deteriorate for almost a decade following a diagnosis of acute kidney disease and hypertension. After several years of dialysis treatments, it was clear that she needed a transplant to survive. Her youngest son Paul, then 18, was a perfect match. On April 30, 2013, Gloria underwent a successful kidney transplant, thanks to her son’s selfless gift. Today, Gloria is completely healthy. She lives in Miami and enjoys life to the fullest, surrounded by

A New, Sophisticated Setting

her husband and loving children, including Paul.

Jackson Memorial Hospital’s West Wing 15 is a brand-new home for patients from the Miami Transplant Institute. The upgraded floor features rich, sophisticated décor, leading-edge equipment, 25 private rooms, and high-end finishes. Amenities include pull-out sofas for overnight guests, flat-screen televisions, hotel-style safes, a visitor lounge, free Wi-Fi, and more. It also features a physical therapy room with equipment to support recovery and strength for patients. From the open-concept nurse station to the indirect lighting and dark-wood furnishings, our accommodations are as high-quality as our clinical care.



Our Family Is International Jackson International connects patients from around the globe with

A Long Flight For A Miracle In 2013, Refiye Yilmaz arrived at the Miami Transplant Institute for a multivisceral transplant. She had come a long way from her native Turkey, and she needed immediate help. Suffering from Gardner Syndrome, Refiye had

expert treatment for complex medical care. In addition, Jackson International’s team provides these patients and their families with attentive, detail-oriented service to eliminate stress and worry. Because it can be challenging to travel to a different country for care, Jackson International patients have access to our medical concierge and hospitality program. The program assigns a hospitality coordinator who provides compassionate, professional, and personal assistance 24 hours a day.

more than 100 tumors and polyps in her bowel.

Recognizing the unique needs of international patients and their

Skilled surgeons removed and replaced her

families, Jackson International developed the International Patient

stomach, pancreas, small intestine, duodenum,

Reception Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital, an upscale oasis.

and a portion of her large intestine. She is now

The center features first-class hospital amenities in addition to

living a full, healthy life.

luxurious waiting areas, examination rooms, and a full-service business center. The center assists with every aspect of the process from inpatient and outpatient referrals to emergency and trauma care.



Jackson has emerged as a trusted source of medical care for residents and visitors to the Bahamas. In addition to seeking complex care for serious diseases and rare conditions, a large number of patients are airlifted to Ryder Trauma Center for treatment after catastrophic injuries.



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Jackson In Action We’re proud to make make miracles for

mammogram unit equipped with digital

every member of the community. And since

mammography technology. The mobile

1918, we’ve worked hard to make an impact

unit travels to wellness events and health

in every corner of Miami-Dade County,

fairs, as well as municipalities and

not just through our clinics and health

corporations, to ensure that women

education, but through organizing and

have access to screening mammography.

participating in events to promote wellness and active lifestyles.

Jackson works to deliver preventative care to adults and children. Supporting outreach,

Each year, we select events throughout

delivering free or low-cost services, and

Greater Miami to raise awareness about

operating grant-funded education programs

important wellness issues, especially for

are just some of the ways we connect with

those who cannot access our facilities.

the community.

At parades, fairs, sporting events, and community gatherings, we offer ways for our patients to stay happy and healthy, including health screenings, specialist consultations, seminars, and exercise classes.

Primary Care Centers Dr. Rafael A. Peñalver Clinic 971 N.W. 2nd Street Miami, FL 33128 Jefferson Reaves, Sr. Health Center 1009 N.W. 5th Avenue Miami, FL 33136 North Dade Health Center 16555 N.W. 25th Avenue Miami Gardens, FL 33054 Rosie Lee Wesley Health Center 6601 S.W. 62nd Avenue South Miami, FL 33143

Through our groundbreaking research and state-of-the-art healthcare services, paired with our local outreach, we hope to keep you and your family healthy for many years to come.

Prevention, Education, And Treatment (PET) Center 615 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139

We also operate a mobile mammogram screening unit – Miami-Dade’s first mobile

Call 305-585-6000 to schedule an appointment at one of our primary care centers.



Facts And Statistics Jackson Memorial Hospital

Jackson North Medical Center FY2014 FY2013

Inpatient Services 914

Hospital Admissions (excluding newborn): Births:


Number of Licensed Beds:



22,729 23,022

Hospital Admissions (excluding newborn):








Emergency Services

Outpatient Services

Visits to Emergency Department (adult):

88,695 87,407

Ryder Trauma Center Cases (adult and pediatric):


41,498 43,511

Jackson South Community Hospital FY2014 FY2013

Inpatient Services Number of Licensed Beds:



Hospital Admissions:



Outpatient Services Visits to Emergency Services (pediatric):



Visits to Outpatient Clinics (pediatric):




Visits to Emergency Services (adult and pediatric):


Holtz Children’s Hospital


FY2014 FY2013

Inpatient Services

Number of Licensed Beds:

FY2014 FY2013

Inpatient Services Number of Licensed Beds:



Hospital Admissions (excluding births):








Outpatient Services Visits to Emergency Services (adult and pediatric):

Jackson Rehabilitation Hospital

Ambulatory Care Services FY2014 FY2013

FY2014 FY2013

Health Clinic Visits Ambulatory Care Center (East and West):

114,368 122,823

North Dade Health Center:

18,454 18,955

Jefferson Reaves, Sr. Health Center:


Rosie Lee Wesley Health Center:

10,264 11,824

Outpatient Services

Prevention, Education, And Treatment (PET) Center:



Rehabilitation Clinic Physician Visits (adult and pediatric): 14,128 14,949

Downtown Medical Center:



Jackson Behavioral Health Hospital

Jackson Memorial Long Term Care Center Number of Licensed Beds:



Average Daily Census:



Number of Licensed Beds:



Average Daily Census:



Inpatient Services Number of Licensed Beds:



Hospital Admissions (adult and pediatric):



FY2014 FY2013

Inpatient Services Number of Licensed Beds:



Hospital Admissions (adult and pediatric):



FY2014 FY2013

Outpatient Services Visits to Outpatient Clinics (adult and pediatric):

135,749 161,096


Jackson Memorial Perdue Medical Center



Financial Information

FY2014 FY2013

Total Revenue

$1,557,364,386 $1,547,637,942

Patient Services



1/2 Cent Sales Tax



County Tax Support

$137,402,000 $133,127,000

JMH Health Plan

$24,992,524 $77,243,893

Other Revenue

$300,763,766 $275,233,435


Total Expenses


Compensation and Benefits

$867,238,586 $819,246,312

Operational Expenses

$429,320,164 $480,235,085

Pharmaceutical and Other

$210,255,332 $196,607,000

Excess Revenue

$50,550,304 $51,549,545

Charity Care

$336,125,009 $365,352,219



Leadership 2015 Public Health Trust Board of Trustees Darryl K. Sharpton, Chairman Joe Arriola, Vice Chairman Irene Lipof, Ed.D., Secretary Mojdeh L. Khaghan, Treasurer Marcos José Lapciuc, Member Ralph G. Patino, Member Carlos Trujillo, Member Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez Board of County Commissioners Miami-Dade County, Florida Jean Monestime, Chairman, District 2 Esteban Bovo, Jr., Vice Chairman, District 13 Barbara J. Jordan, District 1 Audrey Edmonson, District 3 Sally A. Heyman, District 4 Bruno A. Barreiro, District 5 Rebeca Sosa, District 6 Xavier L. Suarez, District 7 Daniella Levine Cava, District 8 Dennis C. Moss, District 9 Javier D. Souto, District 10 Juan C. Zapata, District 11 José “Pepe” Diaz, District 12 2015 REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY


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