Baptist Health South Florida

Baptist Health South Florida

Baptist Health South Florida is a faith-based, not-for-profit healthcare organization and clinical care network in southern Florida. It operates seven hospitals, about fifty outpatient and urgent care centers, as well as several community health and outreach programs. Wikipedia

Baptist Health South Florida

Baptist Health South Florida is a faith-based, not-for-profit healthcare organization and clinical care network in southern Florida. It operates seven hospitals, about fifty outpatient and urgent care centers, as well as several community health and outreach programs. Wikipedia

  • Oct 28 at 11:12 AM
    Mammograms save moms, best friends and grandmas. Were Making Strides Against #BreastCancer, raising awareness together to make a difference. #EmbraceTomorrow #GetYourPinkOn
  • Oct 26 at 2:37 PM
    Baptist Health is full of everyday heroes who go above and beyond to care for others. Meet Carlos Garcia, Clinical Laboratory lead medical technologist at Mariners Hospital. . . .If not me, then who? No one knows those instruments like I do. Those are my babies. And everyone else in the Lab had evacuated further north. I was at home in Coral Gables taking down my hurricane shutters when I got the call asking if I could come to the hospital and get the Lab up and running. I went right away. At each checkpoint on my way to the Keys, the officer would look at my badge and yell medical, and theyd let me right through. They knew there was a need down there. In the Lab, I did my assessments and quality control checks. We worked around technical difficulties and software issues. We had patients who needed us on that very first day, and we were able to care for them. It was an incredible group effort, and we all did our part to help our community. . #PeopleCaringforPeople#TeamPineapple #HurricaneHeroes
  • Oct 24 at 11:42 AM
    Baptist Health is full of everyday heroes who go above and beyond to care for others. Meet Charles Jordan, M.D., Vivien Fongu, D.O, and Lauren Crocco, M.D., Orthopedic Trauma Surgeons, Miami Orthopedics & Sports Medicine at Baptist Health South Florida. . . The ER was really busy before Hurricane Irma. During the storm we worked non-stop, triaging patients and administering treatment. However, after the storm is when most of our work began. As orthopedic surgeons, we are prepared for events like Hurricane Irma and we know we will be working throughout the emergency its part of our training. Dr. Crocco rode her bicycle to work at Doctors Hospital the morning after the storm because she couldnt get there any other way, and she knew she needed to be there. When she arrived, it was just like a normal day-- the entire surgical team was there too. It was amazing to see everyone come together to help in the midst of a crisis. . . Most of the injuries we treated were broken bones from falling off ladders and roofs, machete and chainsaw wounds; and injuries caused by fixing generators. Our patients and community needed our help during that difficult time, and we were proud to be there for them. . . While we were working and helping patients, our families were safe inside the hospital. We are all very proud to be a part of the Baptist Health family, because of the way they cared for the community and our patients, while also looking out for their employees and families. It was truly a team effort! (as told by Dr. Charles Jordan) . #PeopleCaringforPeople #TeamPineapple #HurricaneHeroes
  • Oct 19 at 8:15 PM
    Baptist Health is full of everyday heroes who go above and beyond to care for others. Meet Ellen Sordo, R.N., Safety and Security Manager, Homestead Hospital. . . I was at the hospital from early Saturday morning to late Monday morning to safeguard the facility and the more than 1,400 employees and their family members and patients and their families who were sheltered in the hospital. Ten of my staff members and I conducted rounds during the storm, checking windows and doors to detect any problems. My team was phenomenal. Although the hospital has impact-resistant windows, we worked to keep people away from the glass, just to be cautious and safe. As I gave direction, people looked to me for cues. I assured them that we were prepared and kept them calm and gave them hope. In fact, the entire hospital team was always optimistic. In the middle of the storm on Sunday, our Pastoral Care held a service and a choir sang in the atrium as people gathered around. It may have been chaotic outside, but there was a sense of warmth and unity inside. During our hospital team huddle, I told everyone that I was in awe of the people I work with, and I was honored to be in this room during this storm. There were no boundaries to their actions. I am so proud of our Homestead Hospital team and totally blown away by their generosity. We shared an indefinable, unique kindredship, and they will always have a very special place in my heart. . #PeopleCaringforPeople #TeamPineapple #HurricaneHeroes

Oct 28, 11:12 AM

Mammograms save moms, best friends and grandmas. Were Making Strides Against #BreastCancer, raising awareness together to make a difference. #EmbraceTomorrow #GetYourPinkOn

Oct 26, 2:37 PM

Baptist Health is full of everyday heroes who go above and beyond to care for others. Meet Carlos Garcia, Clinical Laboratory lead medical technologist at Mariners Hospital. . . .If not me, then who? No one knows those instruments like I do. Those are my babies. And everyone else in the Lab had evacuated further north. I was at home in Coral Gables taking down my hurricane shutters when I got the call asking if I could come to the hospital and get the Lab up and running. I went right away. At each checkpoint on my way to the Keys, the officer would look at my badge and yell medical, and theyd let me right through. They knew there was a need down there. In the Lab, I did my assessments and quality control checks. We worked around technical difficulties and software issues. We had patients who needed us on that very first day, and we were able to care for them. It was an incredible group effort, and we all did our part to help our community. . #PeopleCaringforPeople#TeamPineapple #HurricaneHeroes

Oct 24, 11:42 AM

Baptist Health is full of everyday heroes who go above and beyond to care for others. Meet Charles Jordan, M.D., Vivien Fongu, D.O, and Lauren Crocco, M.D., Orthopedic Trauma Surgeons, Miami Orthopedics & Sports Medicine at Baptist Health South Florida. . . The ER was really busy before Hurricane Irma. During the storm we worked non-stop, triaging patients and administering treatment. However, after the storm is when most of our work began. As orthopedic surgeons, we are prepared for events like Hurricane Irma and we know we will be working throughout the emergency its part of our training. Dr. Crocco rode her bicycle to work at Doctors Hospital the morning after the storm because she couldnt get there any other way, and she knew she needed to be there. When she arrived, it was just like a normal day-- the entire surgical team was there too. It was amazing to see everyone come together to help in the midst of a crisis. . . Most of the injuries we treated were broken bones from falling off ladders and roofs, machete and chainsaw wounds; and injuries caused by fixing generators. Our patients and community needed our help during that difficult time, and we were proud to be there for them. . . While we were working and helping patients, our families were safe inside the hospital. We are all very proud to be a part of the Baptist Health family, because of the way they cared for the community and our patients, while also looking out for their employees and families. It was truly a team effort! (as told by Dr. Charles Jordan) . #PeopleCaringforPeople #TeamPineapple #HurricaneHeroes

Oct 19, 8:15 PM

Baptist Health is full of everyday heroes who go above and beyond to care for others. Meet Ellen Sordo, R.N., Safety and Security Manager, Homestead Hospital. . . I was at the hospital from early Saturday morning to late Monday morning to safeguard the facility and the more than 1,400 employees and their family members and patients and their families who were sheltered in the hospital. Ten of my staff members and I conducted rounds during the storm, checking windows and doors to detect any problems. My team was phenomenal. Although the hospital has impact-resistant windows, we worked to keep people away from the glass, just to be cautious and safe. As I gave direction, people looked to me for cues. I assured them that we were prepared and kept them calm and gave them hope. In fact, the entire hospital team was always optimistic. In the middle of the storm on Sunday, our Pastoral Care held a service and a choir sang in the atrium as people gathered around. It may have been chaotic outside, but there was a sense of warmth and unity inside. During our hospital team huddle, I told everyone that I was in awe of the people I work with, and I was honored to be in this room during this storm. There were no boundaries to their actions. I am so proud of our Homestead Hospital team and totally blown away by their generosity. We shared an indefinable, unique kindredship, and they will always have a very special place in my heart. . #PeopleCaringforPeople #TeamPineapple #HurricaneHeroes

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