Expanded services spur growth at Florida hospital
South Florida Sun-Sentinel, January 4, 2008
In response to increased admissions, Memorial Hospital Miramar (FL) recently opened a 10-bed neonatal intensive care unit and a 12-bed pediatric inpatient unit, while adding 40 beds for adult patients. In the past year, admissions at the 178-bed hospital climbed by 20 percent, and the number of births and emergency-room visits has increased dramatically.
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