• 1.8

    Million Patient Visits Per Year
  • 27,000+

  • 4,000+


With more than 1.8 million patient visits every year, we receive rave reviews from the people we serve. In fact, patients and their families from around the world travel to Miami for our medical expertise. We are proud of our team: more than 27,000 employees and more than 4,000 physicians in virtually all specialties — many with national and international reputations. All of this and more makes us South Florida’s world-class healthcare organization. 

Our success comes from a culture of quality and dedication that is instilled into every member of the Baptist Health family. It is because of their generosity, compassion and commitment to clinical and service excellence that we have a reputation for quality.

Our Commitment to Excellence

Baptist Health offers an extensive range of medical, surgical and technological services — including cancer, neuroscience, heart and vascular, sports medicine and orthopedics.

Baptist Outpatient Services

Conveniently located throughout South Florida, urgent care centers, diagnostic imaging centers, surgery centers and other outpatient facilities provide cutting-edge surgical, diagnostic and urgent care services in a comfortable, relaxing environment.

Baptist Health International Services

More than 14,000 people, primarily from Latin America and the Caribbean, travel to Baptist Health facilities each year to receive the finest medical care. Our multilingual staff provides personalized service every step of the way.

Purpose of the Pineapple

Purpose of the Pineapple

The pineapple became a symbol of hospitality in Europe during the Italian Renaissance period. American inn-keepers later adopted the European custom of putting pineapples on their doors, and visitors to these inns found themselves in friendly and comfortable surroundings.

When Arthur Vining Davis donated the land and funds to build Baptist Hospital, the magnate specified that a pineapple fountain greet guests at the front door. Guests would thus know that service here would be warm and friendly, such as in a good hotel. This pineapple fountain still exists today.

Upon completion of their orientation program, all new Baptist Health employees receive a pineapple pin to attach to their hospital identification badge as a symbol of our commitment to hospitality.

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