Thursday, February 22, 2018
In the CommunityMiami

A New Vision of Healthcare

South Florida’s newest hospital is The Miami Medical Center. Created by leading South Florida physicians, Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, and NueHealth (a privately held U.S. company that develops, manages and owns clinically integrated networks and healthcare facilities across the nation), South Florida’s newest hospital is bringing 175,000-square-foot, 67- beds and 27 clinical specialties to the community.

Located in the Blue Lagoon area, adjacent to the MIA Airport, The Miami Medical Center began operations last year, and has been building a growing domestic and international patient base along with a solid managed care network. Boasting more than 27 clinical specialties and a birthing center, the facility integrates treatment protocols that leverage the latest surgical, communications and operational technologies, and has built a medical and nursing team with best in class procedural outcomes. The physician-owners of The Miami Medical Center – a carefully selected group of surgeons, obstetricians and other specialists who lead their respective fields in South Florida – have medical privileges to treat their patients at the new facility and play an active and direct role in the management and patient outcomes of the hospital and are represented on the hospital board. “Our vision entails greater influence by the physicians over clinical practices and a commitment to value,” said Dr. Naaman Abdullah, founding Board Member and Chief of Medical Staff of The Miami Medical Center.

In addition to integrating all the elements necessary to provide extraordinary clinical care, The Miami Medical Center focuses on delivering the ultimate patient experience for patients and their companions. While the physicians and clinical teams ensure that all medical needs are attended to with excellence, a patient ambassador, assigned the moment a patient arrives at the hospital, attends to special requests beyond medical care. “Our patients receive safe, appropriate, and effective care, while being welcomed with comforts that positively impact their satisfaction and outcomes.,” says Dr. Abdullah.

In addition to more than 27 specialties, with a strong emphasis in orthopedics, spine, OBGYN and the precision of robotic surgery, the hospital operates a full-service diagnostic imaging department, pharmacy and laboratory.  “More and more, when looking for a hospital, patients prefer a complete healthcare experience that extends beyond excellent medical care,” said Jeffrey S. Mason, CEO of The Miami Medical Center. “We have created a hospital unlike any other in South Florida where all of our staff is actively engaged in changing healthcare forever, as evidenced in our 5-star patient reviews.”

For more information on The Miami Medical Center, please visit or call 305-267-TMMC.

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