Miami’s Jackson South getting ready to double its size
Administrators at Jackson South Community Hospital in Miami are set to break ground on a $102 million expansion project that will double the facility's size. By late 2011, the 199-bed hospital will have an expanded emergency room, 57 new private patient rooms, and three more operating rooms. There will also be a cardiac catheter lab to treat more heart conditions. The improved facilities will let the hospital provide more oncology, surgery, and cardiology services so South Miami-Dade patients can be treated closer to home.
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