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05/04/2017
By: Lucrecia T.
West Gables Rehabilitation Hospital Outpatient
my dad had a stroke march 29, 2017..we were in intensive care for 10 days and in west gable rehab hosp for 3 weeks...my dad is walking with a walker ..our dreams have come true again thanks to west gable...the therapist are amazing ..shari gordon and kristian llaca...the director of the therapist miguel garcia is also exceptional...the CEO is very humble and human...walter cocepcion..i can't say enough about this place...even the nurses and aides are very professional and respectful...if u have a loved one that needs rehab this is the place to take ur loved one...
07/29/2013
By: eabarrie59
Miami Medical Ctr
On Friday July 27 my mom had a gallbladder surgery by Dr Julio Arronte and was discharged on Saturday July 28. The attention received in the hospital from the first moment was really good, so our family is very grateful to Dr. Arronte, his entire team, as well as all personnel, nurses, assistants and employees that attended at my mother during her time in the hospital. To all, thank you very much. Azcuy’s family.
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03/05/2017
By: conrad.webber
West Kendall Baptist Hospital
The medical service was great! I saw my nurse, RN Amalie, almost immediately. The doctor (Dr Dania) a bit later. They prescribed antibiotics to cure my infection. I got the first dose from their pharmacy. I got here at four in the morning and the parking for the emergency room was just a short walk.
01/24/2015
By: Cristina L.
Bapist childrens hospital
hola me gustaria hacer una pasantia es este hospital en el area de laboratorio clinico , necesito que me ayuden informandome que debo de hacer gracias de ecuador ... soy residente
10/17/2013
By: jjacservice
Nicklaus Children's Hospital
Nice people but it takes 4 hours to see a doctor in ER.They need to correct it.
08/26/2013
By: rositaagustibenitez
Bapist childrens hospital
The best hospital in Miami!
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Medical service prices vary according to the hospital, the type of procedure, and many regulations. The price that a patient actually pays will depend on their insurance coverage policies. If they do not have health insurance, patients may establish payment plans with the health care provider directly.
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Ambulances are driven and staffed by medical professionals who will transport patients to the closest hospital that can provide the specific services needed. Some hospitals specialize in certain types of emergency care - facilities that specialize in trauma, heart attacks, stroke victims, and children are a few common examples. The patient being transported has the right to request a particular hospital, but the ambulance personnel may refuse this request if they have reason to believe treatment is required as soon as possible. Paramedics may require you to sign a waiver before transporting you to a hospital that you request.

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