Before you go to South Miami Hospital, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Miami emergency room think.
Bruna C⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI’ve just had my baby there and I had an incredible experience here. Starting from the admissions process, which was very pleasant and made me feel comfortable and confident about the procedure and what to expect, to the surgery, the nurses, the hospital cleanliness, the facilities, the food service and all. I had the best hospital experience here, with very sweet, pleasant and knowledgeable staff. The nurses were ANGELS, who helped me to manage my pain, teached me techniques to improve breastfeeding, give my baby a bath, change her diapers, and promptly answered to all my questions and concerns. They helped me to give me bath, and made procedures to alleviate my pain. They were constantly checking vitals and comfort levels of me and my baby. I am SO HAPPY that I had my baby there, that I definitely want to have it again here at Baptist Miami. The surgery staff were amazing too, I almost didn’t feel anything and they made me feel great during the entire procedure. In addition, the entire staff were always smiling and warm. Much love to everyone at Baptist Miami South Florida!Dorian Gray⭐️⭐️On January 24, I was admitted to the emergency room at South Miami Hospital, where everything worked nicely and the nurses were very attentive and helpful. Hours later they took me to a regular room. Everything seemed to go very well until on January 25 a nurse injected me with something not indicated by the cardiologist to control my blood pressure. The cardiologist had recommended Metropolol intravenously if my heart rate rose to 100, but that was not what she inoculated me. From there, I began to feel bad with chest pain and very high blood pressure. Then several nurses and doctors came to the room to get me out of the crisis. Later, I was transferred to the intensive care unit, where the biggest problems began: super uncomfortable bed, a bright light that burst through the glass of the room day and night. I could barely sleep in that place. However, I have to say that there were several nurses who were very nice, kind and solicitous with me. What is terrible is that the doctors, at least those with whom I dealt with, did not explain in detail the procedures that they were going to do and adopted that arrogant attitude of “I know but you don’t”, when in fact they do not know who you are nor what your professional experience is. My previous experience with this hospital had been satisfactory, but this time I had to request the discharge under my responsibility because instead of healing, my stay became a torture. The next day after leaving the hospital an employee called me on the phone, I guess to ask why I had left, but I was not at home at that time. Apparently, she wasn’t very interested in talking to me either because she didn’t call again. Really, that hospital has to train its staff better and make its doctors, nurses and administrative staff aware that they are dealing with human beings, not with androids insensitive to pain and sorrow, and that they don’t work in a patient factory where what matters most are the earnings.Richie Rich⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedSouth Miami Hospital is one of the best Hospitals I have ever been to. The Staff is always attentive, courteous, and knowledgeable. From the Nurses to the Doctors and even the Security Staff are very pleasant. The Food may not be that Great (when your a patient) but its exactly what you need to recoup.R Rodriguez⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedBoth my wife and I have been hospitalized here and have received excellent and competent care consistently every timeDanielle Iglesias⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had an amazing experience. Nurse Silvia and Nurse Alecia were so sweet and took care of me and my baby during our stay.Marlene Paredes⭐️⭐️⭐️Some of these hospital’s staff are great. Some, new training as to how to deal with public.Janet Velez⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWe arrived by ambulance at the ER of SMH with my father-in-law doing really bad. Dr. Young and nurse Luis took care of him while making sure we had knowledge of everything that was going on. Just when we didn’t think all these people could treat our family any better, in came Dr. Dastan. He is so caring and compassionate. Gave us all the time we needed to answer our questions and that we understood everything that was happening. Four days later, our dad passed away and even though we were and still are hurting, we couldn’t have been any more grateful for the support and love received from everyone at SMH during this difficult time for us. Thank you and God bless you all for such a wonderful job.R S⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy mother had a lumpectomy performed here by Dr. Lopez-Penalver. The entire experience was wonderful and all the staff members, from the valet, to the security guard, to the registrar and nurses/physicians were fantastic; I knew my mother was in good hands and that was such a relief.ramon colladoI was discharged (almost kicked out) with no plan to get well. Five doctors and none gave me any idea if what to do to get OK, very sloppyruben lopezThis is a scary place. If you are not guarding over your family while they here, they will easily be neglected, or left to die. The nurses will YELL at the patients, in my case my elderly mom in her late 80’s and this was done in front of my sibling!!! That tells you everything you need to know. Imagine what happens when your not there… It gets worse from here with critical mistakes repeated over and over again.Nancy Pobiones⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI have had so many experiences with SMH and every time the care and compassion that both I and my family received surpassed my expectations. The staff are not only experts in the field but are genuinely caring and dedicated to the patients they serve.Fashionette Finley⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedA visit to urgent care turned into me having to be transferred to the ER. After my last ER experience, I was very skeptical about where to go. However, I am so glad I choose Baptist South Miami. Once arrived my check in was easy & quick. The young lady at registration was very pleasant. The Triage nurse took my vitals & called for me to be picked up to go into the back. The wait was about 5mins. Once in the back I was met by my nurse Charlie. He was very nice, knowledgeable & down to earth. He worked alongside APRN Patino. They both were excellent & made my experience nice. They did everything possible to determine the cause of my issue & by the time I left I felt 10 times better. I live in Homestead but will go back to Baptist South Miami if I ever have any other issues. They were excellent.Bill Duquette⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedTHE quintessential community Hospital! I wouldn’t go anywhere else!Jaime FernandezMy aunt was hospitalized for 4 days and to this day she still complains of the hospital and filth. She is actually traumatized. She says she was not bathed at any moment. Her senior citizen helper that helps her at home came to visit and has to clean the room and take trash out. She says staff was uncooperative. She said no matter how sick she is never take me to that hospital.Diana Montenegro⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedOne of the most caring places for hospitals. Employees truly care about patient care.Ana Obonaga⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHad my first born son here. My son had to be in the NICU and I had the most professional experience in the mids of my pain of c-section and seeing my new born going through so much. I’m just grateful to everyone that was part of this process.Cassio FlorAbsolute horrible treatment, no communication between departments. Departments understaffed. Every single procedure takes over 5x times the time it should. Stayed over 30 hours for an apendectomy that was successful. After surgery I stayed 6 hours in a room without receiving any IV, no one checked my vitals or asked if I was in pain. Until a nurse assistant walks in and says “oh I didn’t know you were here” Absolute mess of a hospitalPPK P⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️EXCEPTIONAL STAFF: *Dr. Fongue. *Night RN 7 Pav Supervisor: Nick. *SURGERY STAFF: ALL GREAT seasoned and caring. *Radiology Tech: Jose Linares SHINES. *RN’s Marion, a Russian nurse, Daily, Nadia.* CNA: Celia. Respiratory: Robert A. 5*, Nutrition Services: EXCELLENT staff, GREAT, delicious FOOD!, Carla and Sandra shine. Only flaw: too many young nurses and students made me feel uncomfortable, not washing their hands when handling my meds. Bad experience with a young nurse also, talking on the phone on her shoulder, with a syringe in her hands ready to inject my meds.Betsy GuerraHorrible service in the emergency room. Then they bill you for extreme costs where they don’t even do the services the letter states.Marcelino BustoI have alot of health issues kidney failure and cancer just being 2 of them. I went into the hospital due to severe body pain and not being able to urinate. After doing a cat scan and an MRI and no negative images appearing in my spine, I requested to have more exams done especially in my kidney. Doctor told me that they would and shortly after nurse came in the room and advised me that i was being discharged. I questioned nurse why since nothing has been resolved and i was told that the hospital is there to treat injuries and illnesses that have been found. Since they couldn’t find anything after a brief examination i was told to call a specialist. After removing my IV blood started pouring and shooting out of my arm leaving blood all over my bed and on the floor. Nurse told me that I was being discharged and was not going to change the sheets twice. She threw a sheet on top of blood filled bed and told me to lay down. I found all this to be very unprofessional. I found all this to be very unsettling. Is your hospital not in business to help the I’ll? Or is your hospital there for profit. I’ve been a long time patient of Baptist hospital and this has to be the worst health care I’ve ever experienced.Reyna Hernandez⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had an excellent experience at this hospital.alberto entrenaThis has been the worst experience I have ever had in a hospital. Wife Came in for an induction and now leaving with my wife so traumatized that she might not want to have another kid ever.J DCharges for quick ER visit for what turned out to be minor burns on two fingers. -$473.00 for a two minute doctor consultation. -$1,440.00 for Bacitracin and bandages. ($10.00 total at CVS) Total just shy of 2 thousand…for this. Does anyone think that insanely inflated prices are not an issue?…Maria TorresVery rude staff. My 20 year old daughter just gave birth and I was with her through the whole thing now I am waiting for results on how her c section is. As a mother I am extremely worried and security won’t help me and nurses told me that, that is information she can’t give me. I am her mother and the only other person at the hospital with her. This is ridiculous I just need to see my daughter. It’s been 2 hours.Joe martinezThis hospital will send you to collections for 100 dollars after they received thousands in revenue from your insurance company and your copayment. Stay away plus the service isn’t that good.Canine CrusaderVery concerned about having my surgery here after reading all the horrible reviews. I may have to change doctors now….x RodriguezBy far the very worst experience ever. Yesterday wasnt feeling well and was told by a dr to go there. First was greeted by a volunteer and after giving her the paperwork wasnt spoken to by registration until we got the bracelet. There was also mr robo cop that God forbid anyone not go & get a visitor sticker from him. During triage other patients that came after me were seen first. The blonde nurse that was doing triage kept coughing so when it was my turn I asked her to put a mask on. Her response’ “I’m not coughing on you”. I dont care i am sick and I didnt want her germs. In the end even though I told her three times to put a mask on she did not and said she would get someone else to get my vitals. The worst part was the horrible nurse Jenny. In the SEVEN hours I was there not once did she come to check up on me. I called couple of times for someone to send her and she wouldnt go. When she finally did go to my room she said that we told a nurse that we didnt need anything. Not only was that a complete lie because one we never had anyone come to the room like she said but why would we call and then say we didnt need her. Jenny had the nerve to say “are you sure you didnt say that to someone cuz that’s what I was told”. What the hell!! Why would you question a patient after they told you noone had gone into their room!!!! The whole experience with her was that she was extremely argumentative. One of the reasons I was there was to get a ultrasound and took literally six hours !! . I got there at 330 and not until 945 did someone come. I figured I’d be taken into a room but no they did the ultrasound in my room. Was told the six hour wait was because of not enough employees. Why should we as patients suffer because south miami cant schedule correctly. The ultrasound tech was extremely rude and maybe in the room.with me no more than twenty minutes and literally fifteen minutes mater the new nurse Cindy told me the results were already in. If it literally took less than thirty minutes to do the ultrasound and get the results there Is no reason for me to have to wait six hours to get it done!!. The only helpful people were the nurse I got after 730 Cindy and the ARNP that was there. I had told Jenny a couple of times that I was hungry, thirsty and she wouldnt do anything. Once Cindy arrived and i told her within fifteen minutes I had some food and water. After 11 pm I was discharged without any medication was just told to go see my dr and the specialist. Never againGail Maltagliatti⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGreat experience at South Miami Hospital, best choice in South Florida!Jonathan Del Valle⭐️⭐️⭐️More support is needed for social workers. Otherwise, it’s not a bad place to work for.ERIC USENGIMANA⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI recently had a bone biopsy procedure, Dr. Baquero, the RN & CP team are highly professional. I felt no pain at all during the procedure. I also like how while in the waiting room the RN’s as well as CP / CNA have a sense of humor you may forget you are about to undergo a procedure. Keep up the good work!Caridad GuevaraIf I could possible give 0 stars I would . I’ve always loved this hospital in fact I had 2 other kids here without any issues. Sadly my last baby was a primi and had to be admitted to NICU because his CRP was high. The staff has been ok in the sense of the actual nurses are not too bad at least not all. However the assistant physicians are the absolute worse !! Never any contact , they are rude and most of the time seem to be lost. No one is ever on the right page . This has been the worst Experience of my life . This place is a shitshow. Very disappointed !Walter SmithWhen going to South Miami Hospital after being in a car accident and being referred to the institution by friends in the area, I was expecting a high level of care and some sort of attentiveness to patient needs. When arriving, I was treated with hostility and what almost seemed as resentment from the ADM staff. Even though there was not a huge wait in the ER, they told me that I seemed fine and that it might be awhile till I was seen. Mind you, I told them about the accident and showed them pictures and let them know the driver, my best friend, was also in the hospital. The staff teetered back and forth between whether it was my car insurance or my health insurance that was responsible, then determining the cost was covered. Two weeks later I received a bill for an exorbitant amount of money for the hospital stay. They made it seem like there was no reason for me being there even though it was determined that I had a severe concussion, to the point that I missed several days of work. I recommend that if people want to be treated as a human being and have their voices heard, that they seek care at a different institution. I cannot speak to other Baptist locations, however I can assure you I will never return to South Miami Hospital.Madelin Gonzalez⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had my daughter at sout Miami hospital. Ericka Othelia and Kelly from pre opp where sweet helpful and helped calm me down. The procedure was a breeze the staff was incredibly professional and helpful. The maternity room was perfect and nurse Sai and Lisa made my stay a breeze they helped and made my stay with my newborn daughter the most peaceful wonderful experience. I love this hospital I highly recommend to anyone having a child the maternity wardAngel CastellanosThis facility is an absolute rip off. I went at the beginning of May to get an abdominal MRI done. I was told by the specialist it was going to cost me $4919 and I only had to pay at the moment $440.73 which was the 20% that my insurance didn’t cover. Now I received an additional bill for $475.28 because apparently they needed to add the contrast which was $273 and some special medication that was $1876. I don’t understand how this was not brought to my attention at the moment I made payment. If I would’ve known that the total was going to cost be $7068 and I had to pay over $915 out of pocket I would’ve definitely looked for cheaper options. Ridiculous how you think you are leaving the hospital and not owing any money yet you get a bill 3 weeks after for an additional $475.28. STAY AWAY FROM THIS HOSPITAL.steve dThese people are criminals. They run Babtist urgent care clinics and charge hospital prices. Stay away unless you want to be taken to the cleaners. I went in for the flu for $5 worth of medicine and received a bill for $1247. They told me at the counter it was going to be $295 they lied right to my face. STAY AWAY SO YOU DON’T BECOME ANOTHER VICTIM LIKE I AM!Veronica RuizOkay there’s a lot I’m not happy about with this hospital and it’s staff. I delivered my first baby here, not my hospital of choice but because my baby had a medical condition during my pregnancy their NICU team is apparently great. From the moment I went in to after delivering everything was perfect. When they did the rotations and I got my new nurse she started asking me personal questions that she really had no right to ask. Those questions were along the lines of if my baby was planned, if the father is involved, if I have a job. If it was something on a paper and she had to fill in those answers I wouldn’t be as upset but it was just for her own personal knowledge which she has NO need to ask. Next nurse I get on my discharge day seemed like she was really rushing me and my family to leave the hospital. My baby has to stay another night and I can’t stay with her so I wanted to see her for a bit before I left and was still recovering from giving birth so speed wasn’t really my thing. This nurse told me to call her when I had my things and was ready to go but she would come in every so often and made me feel like she was rushing to kick me out. Overall this was the most emotionally disgusting experience I’ve ever had and for my first delivery, if I didn’t need their NICU, I’d never do it here. THIS IS AN EDIT 3 WEEKS LATER BECAUSE IM BEYOND BAFFLED RIGHT NOW. So this hospital took my review into concern and spoke with me and apologized, which I appreciate, but then send me a letter saying the questions I found personal were just hospital protocol. SINCE WHEN IS ASKING IF YOUR BABY WAS AN ACCIDENT HOSPITAL PROTOCOL?! Since WHEN is asking if I’m going to school hospital protocol? WHERE WAS HER PEN AND PAPER?! WHY DID SHE NOT SAY SHE WAS ASKING THESE FOR MY RECORDS? BECAUSE SHE WASNT! I’m absolutely DISGUSTED!Meily CastilloI was just at this hospital, first time ever being here because my sister gave birth to her first son. Medical staff is great, but the two night security guards at the main entrance were not. I arrived at the hospital at around 11:30PM not knowing that visiting hours ended at 9:00PM, although I was not planning on visiting I was going to stay with my sister and nephew in her room. When I told the two security guards the room number I needed to go to, they automatically said “No, visiting hours are OVER”. I said alright, i’m not visiting I’m staying overnight with her. They asked me if someone was already up there with her and I said yes, my mom. They than proceeded to telling me unless my mother leaves I cannot stay up there with them? They wouldn’t even let my mom come down stairs and me go up stairs for 5 minutes to even see my sister and nephew. They were very rude during this whole conversation and when I advised them the maternity ward supervisor would be contacting them to tell them that I am allowed to go upstairs they told me “I don’t care who calls down here nor how many times they call you aren’t not allowed to go up stairs”. DO BETTER WITH STAFFING YOUR SECURITY GUARDS SOUTH MIAMI HOSPITAL.Amanda JungkuntzI am not even sure this review deserves a star AT ALL (that being said, some people deserve 5 stars for sure). There are always a few people in every organization that can make an experience horrible and draining. I want to file a complaint against a few people on staff in the NICU #2 unit. Most people who have the need to be in there are emotionally compromised and probably not in the best place in life… There was an incident recently where my sister was with her new baby who needed to stay under the lights to help bring down his bilirubin levels. She was able to stay with her baby almost the whole time but there was a certain nurse who was rude and did not help her, did not do her job well, did not express concern or compassion. She was cold and unfriendly. Not to mention ALL the mothers who are staying in the NICU with their babies should not leave feeling like they were punished for being able to stay with their baby. The main incident was when the nurse was asked to help with ONE feeding of the baby while my sister was in the middle of pumping for her baby. Breastfeeding was/is important to her and any nurse who works in the NICU better understand the necessity to stay on a schedule with pumping. The nurse refused to help and said to put the pumping off, to do it later. My sister was mentally exhausted, physically tired and worn out, she had been doing ALL the feedings, ALL the changing, ALL the temperature checks and anything else needed for the baby (it should be noted that if a parent has to leave their baby in the NICU and cannot stay the nurses do ALL of these tasks, that is their JOB). She had just given birth a week ago. Her husband requested to speak with the head nurse and she had the audacity to say “welcome to being a mom” and how tired all her nurses are. ARE YOU SERIOUS!!! Get over yourself lady! FIRST OF ALL, your nurses get days off, your nurses are not expected to give birth and continue their work days after. Your nurses CHOSE this profession and if they cannot show compassion and kindness in this role, possibly YOU and the others who meet this criteria should move on to something less difficult. I am not one to rant and complain but I am in complete SHOCK that this hospital would have such callous and uncaring staff.Dafne Mesa Reynaldo⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy best wishes to the personal in this hospital, nurses are amazing and the CPs also, they took care of me with love and I could feel the concern, I felt not just that they was doing their job, I felt the love and the compasion. During my stay at the ER I received the care from Kenia and Martha, they literally saved my life and fighted for me, Rodolfo also was amaizing. After that I was admitted in the floor pavilion 7 and there I received care from amaizing nurses and CPs, Nadia, Ilda, Ivonne, Marriam, Celia and Maria and others nurses that unfortunately I don’t remember their name, but all of them were nice, profesionals, always with a happy face giving me hope and exceptional care. I would like to also say thanks to the Ultrasound techs Julio, Miguel Perez, and in general all of them, you can feel the kindness when they care of you and also they are profesionals and do an exceptional job. I will always back to this hospitalEricka C.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had been to 4 hospitals in the past 2 yrs. I had a gallbladder attack close to my job and that this hospital was the closest one. When I got there from the ER personal to the nurses were amazing. I only had a issue with the ER dr. Which she wasn’t very helpful, until I put my foot down she admitted me. I was there from Friday to Monday and I am so happy I,was in the best hands. Dr. Rabaza did my surgery and I couldn’t be happier. He made me feel so comfortable, that I knew I was in the best hands. He was the only one who actually did his job and took my gallbladder out and took care of my health problem.besides from the other hospitals The nurses were amazing and I would recommend this hospital to my friends and family. They have real doctors,nurses and staff that really loved what they do. God bless them all.Michelle MossSouth Miami Hospital is apparently a not for profit hospital, yet their ER doctors send patients to collections. I was in the ER after a car accident back in May of 2018. The young man who registered me failed to put in my unit number for my apartment so when sending my information to patient services, they received the incorrect information. He not only failed to put in my unit number, but failed to submit my auto insurance and health insurance information. Dr. John Baldino and Dr. Juan Gonzalez proceeded to send me to collections 29 days after my visit, again giving them the wrong address so I have not received any statements from the ER, the physicians, or the collections agency. FIRST and foremost, this is the most unethical thing I have ever heard–29 days from the time I was in the ER on May 12, 2018, they sent me to collections on June 11th, 2018. I can not believe a hospital that is a “not for profit hospital” even considers hiring 1) lazy and unprofessional staff to register patients and 2) physicians that have unethical billing habits. As a 25 year old woman, who had close to perfect credit, I am beyond upset that my credit score has dropped 60+ points and I now have a derogatory mark on my credit score for the next 7 years do to carelessness from the man who registered me after my car accident. The ONLY reason I am now aware of this, is because I constantly am looking at my credit account to ensure I am always paying my bills on time and ready to purchase a home–NOW MY LIFE HAS BEEN AFFECTED DUE TO THIS, WHEN THIS COULD HAVE ALL BEEN AVOIDED IF 1) THE MAN WHO REGISTERED ME PUT MY ADDRESS IN CORRECTLY, AND 2) IF THE ER PHYSICIANS PRACTICED MEDICINE THE ETHICAL WAY.Lily Amador⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHere I am ,one more time, it’s my second time since I be here with my husband, I would like to recommend this hospital for all people need assistance , the staff, nurse, doctors,everybody ,the attention is really amazing, Iam so grateful for everything .I would like to tkank all of you!!! And HAPPY THANKSGIVING !!!!!B. R.This place is the poorest excuse for a medical institution. You are better off going to Memorial Hospital or another well established medical facility where their staff had a reputation for customer service. STAY AWAY FROM NICOLE THE EMERGENCY ROOM SUPERVISOR!!!! Absolutely the rudest professional I have ever come across. She will get her director involved, and switch up her approach towards you so that she seems she is in the right. If you ask how many people are in front of you, they will tell you they cannot answer you, though they gave you an answer one hour before. Also they will make smart remarks, such as ” that is what we are here for”, mocking their patients in pain. While I was in the waiting room, A patient was choking and crying claiming they were in pain, and each and everyone of the staff members just sat and watched until a patient complaint, saying “aren’t you going to do something, this is inhumane” which at that point, the medical staff finally saw it fit to ask him if there was something that they can do . Lastly, the reviews about the wait times is no exaggeration. You will be waiting a while, as they just do not have man power. There are only a couple of doctors working in the whole emergency room. At that point, Urgent Care or a facility like this would be your best bet. Absolutely stay away from this medical institution if you can, and if you cannot, the best of luck to you ! Again, stay away from NICOLE the Emergency Room Supervisor! Stay blessed!James WilliamsWORST HOSPITAL YOU COULD EVER GO TO SUPER UN PROFESSIONAL DONT EVER GIVE BIRTH THERE ALL NURSES AND SECURITIES WERE SUPER RUDE AND DID NOT HELP AT ALLmarta e Gillette⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGreat care.Aida Murill
FAQ: Frequent Questions
Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the South Miami Hospital Emergency Room in Miami.
◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Miami?
Yes, of course. The South Miami Hospital is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The South Miami Hospital is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the South Miami Hospital in Miami
The full address is 6200 SW 73rd St, Miami, FL 33143, United States.
◼️ What’s South Miami Hospital phone number?
The phone number of South Miami Hospital is +1 786-662-4000. You can click here to call now from your phone.
◼️ What are the GPS coordinates to get there?
If you use a GPS coordinate system to get to the emergency room, you must enter the following; a latitude of 25.7025337 and a longitude of -80.2944496.
◼️ How much is it to go to the South Miami Hospital?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of South Miami Hospital may vary depending on the type of emergency you have and also the type of insurance you are with. Feel free to ask or call the center before you go.
◼️ How long should you wait in an emergency room?
The waiting time will always depend on the type of emergency at that very moment. You can contact the medical center before to ensure that you can be attended to as quickly as possible.
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