When was Miami Jewish Health Systems established?

Modern-day Miami Jewish Health Systems began as The Jewish Home for the Aged, which was incorporated on July 25, 1940, and was later called Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged. You can learn more about us online.

What is the vision of Miami Jewish Health Systems?

Our Vision is to be the innovative leader in healthcare, promoting longer, healthier, more enriched lives.

Which healthcare services are provided by Miami Jewish Health Systems?

Miami Jewish Health Systems offers extensive programs and services for individuals 5 to 105. From our on-site hospital and ambulatory health clinic, to specialized Centers of Excellence such as Brucker Biofeedback, Mental Health and Memory Services or Rosomoff Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center, we offer top-notch healthcare for seniors in South Florida.

What insurance does Miami Jewish Health Systems accept?

Miami Jewish Health Systems accepts private pay as well as both Medicare and Medicaid. For information on which other healthcare insurance providers we accept, please contact us.

Where can I find a map of Miami Jewish Health Systems?

Please download our campus map or take a virtual tour of Miami Jewish Health Systems.

How do I contact Miami Jewish Health Systems?

You can contact us online, or call us today at 305.751.8626.

What clinical trials are currently being offered at Miami Jewish Health Systems?

You can view a list of all our current clinical trials online.

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