CBS4 Investigates: Miami Hospital Nurse Posts Disturbing Photos, Captions Of NICU Baby On Social MediaA Jackson Health System employee is on administrative leave following disturbing posts on social media that appear to mock a baby in the neonatal intensive care unit.
CBS4 Investigates: Miami Hospital Dealing With Invasion Of Privacy Issue, Disturbing Photos Of NICU Baby Posted On Nurse Sierra Samuels' Social MediaJackson Memorial Hospital is dealing with a disturbing invasion of privacy issue after pictures of a baby born with a birth defect in their neonatal intensive care unit were posted on an employee's social media account.
Nearly 80 Percent Of Employees In Jackson Health System Vaccinated Against COVIDCBS4 has learned that nearly 80 percent of the 13,500 employees in the Jackson Health System have been vaccinated against the coronavirus.
'The Biggest Fear For Me Is The Infection Rates': Jackson Health CEO Carlos Migoya On Crush Of COVID PatientsA summer surge in COVID cases in South Florida, and across the state, has made for another record-breaking day for hospitalizations.
Jackson Health System Upgrades COVID-19 Threat Level To 'High', Changes Visitation PolicyCOVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are up across South Florida, leading Jackson Health System to upgrade its COVID threat level to ‘high’ at most of its facilities.
Jackson Health Vaccinating Those 12 To 18, Appointments RequiredNow that the Centers for Disease Control has authorized the Pfizer vaccine for ages 12 and up, Jackson Health System is now administering vaccinations to eligible children.
Jackson Health System To End COVID-19 VaccinationsWith an increase in access to COVID-19 vaccination shots in Miami-Dade and a decrease in demand for appointments at their three vaccination sites, Jackson Health System has decided to end their vaccination program.
Jackson Health Partners With Colleges To Get Students COVID-19 VaccinationsMiami-Dade is making progress on getting its residents vaccinated for COVID-19 but more needs to be done.
Jackson Health System Marks One Year Since Admitting Its First COVID-19 PatientJackson Health System has marked one year since the first person with COVID-19 was admitted to one of their hospitals.
Building A LegacyAs a mentor, Dr. Bent encourages college students to reach for their dreams, set high goals, and find the tools to help them get ahead. “Where there’s a will, there’s a way, and there are definitely resources available, like the Bright Futures Scholarship.
Jackson Health To Expand COVID-19 Vaccination For Florida Residents Age 55 With Specific Medical ConditionsJackson Health System announced on Friday the expansion of Jackson’s vaccination criteria to include Florida residents age 55 and older with specific medical conditions.
South Florida Doctors Make Medical Breakthrough In Treating Severe Cases Of COVIDDoctors in South Florida say an experimental treatment involving stem cells has been incredibly successful in treating severe cases of COVID.
Jackson Health System To Receive 15,000 Extra Doses Of Pfizer’s COVID Vaccine For Miami-Dade Residents 65+An extra 15,000 doses of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine are headed to Jackson Health System to begin the inoculation of Miami-Dade residents 65 and older.
First Shipment Of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Arrives At Jackson Memorial HospitalJackson Memorial Hospital received its first shipment of the Pfizer -BioNTech coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday morning.
Jackson Health System CEO Carlos Migoya On COVID Vaccine: 'The Cavalry Is Coming. We Need Everyone To Dig In Until It Is Done"Carlos Migoya, President and CEO of Jackson Health Systems, has been working with other medical officials mapping out plans for the upcoming vaccine distribution.