Baptist Health Hospitals Ranked Among the Region’s Best by U.S. News & World Report

Each day, thousands of dedicated Baptist Health South Florida employees, physicians, nurses, board members, donors and volunteers work tirelessly to serve our patients and their families. It’s our collective mission to provide compassionate, high-quality care for our community, which we have been doing for decades. We do our best for our patients and strive to meet the highest of standards of care. Today, that effort was once again recognized on a national level by U.S. News & World Report. Annually, U.S. News & World Report puts forth its listing of the nation’s best hospitals. Baptist Health South Florida is once again recognized this year for being among the best healthcare providers in the region with Baptist Hospital, Homestead Hospital, South Miami Hospital and West Kendall Baptist Hospital earning 25 high-performing honors in 12 types of care. Baptist Health hospitals were named to four of the top five slots in Miami-Dade County, with Baptist Hospital coming in Read Full Post
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