Baptist hospital of miami

This article is about the Baptist Hospital in Miami, Florida. For other hospitals with similar names, see Baptist Hospital (disambiguation).
Baptist Hospital of Miami
Geography
Location Coral Gables, Florida, Florida, United States
Coordinates

25°41′8.25″N 80°20′22.35″W / 25.6856250°N 80.3395417°W / 25.6856250; -80.3395417Coordinates: 25°41′8.25″N 80°20′22.35″W / 25.6856250°N 80.3395417°W / 25.6856250; -80.3395417

Organization
Care system
Funding Private
Hospital type Community
Services
Beds 650
History
Founded 1960
Links
Website Baptist Hospital
Lists

Baptist Hospital of Miami is a non-profit hospital located in Miami, Florida, United States operated by Baptist Health South Florida.[1][2][3][4][5]

Founded in 1960, the 650-bed facility is now one of the largest hospitals in the Miami area. The Corporate headquarters is located in Coral Gables, Florida, and has facilities throughout Miami-Dade County, into the Florida Keys, and in southern Broward County. Baptist Hospital is the largest faith based non-profit organization hospital in the Miami area, handling a volume of over 100,000 patients a year. The hospital attracts international patients from the Caribbean, Central America and South America. Baptist Hospital is the eleventh hospital in the United States to receive the ”Magnet” of excellence in nursing. The hospital is currently celebrating its 50th year in operation. The DOJ, on behalf of the OIG, agreed to accept $7,775,000 as a settlement amount after Baptist admitted to violations of the federal physician self referral law (the "Stark Law").[6][unreliable source?] Ranked #4 in Miami hospitals in the 2010-11 U.S. News & World Report survey.[7]

References

External links

  • Baptist Health South Florida – Baptist Hospital of Miami


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