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.
Thousands Tested Daily, As Jackson Health Expects First Coronavirus Vaccine Shipment In Mid-DecemberThe release of a coronavirus vaccine could be just weeks away.
'I'm Blown Away': Miami COVID Nurses Surprised With Island VacationsA surprise work training session turned into an amazing surprise for more than a dozen Miami nurses and front line health care workers.
Believed To Be First In Nation, Jackson Health System Unveils Mobile Triage UnitJackson Health System unveiled a mobile triage unit that is believed to be the first of its kind in the nation on Thursday.
'It's Even Busier Right Now': Jackson Health System ER Doctor On COVID-19 StrainSouth Florida hospitals are feeling the strain as more people test positive for COVID-19. From the number of available beds to the number of personnel, Jackson Health System is under pressure.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Visits Jackson Memorial Hospital To Discuss State's Surge In COVID CasesFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis was back in Miami Monday, where he visited Jackson Memorial Hospital to discuss the COVID-19 crisis.
Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Carlos MigoyaJim DeFede went one-on-one with the president and CEO of Jackson Health System on the intensifying coronavirus concerns at his hospitals as COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths surge.
Jackson Health System President, CEO Carlos Migoya Talks About COVID-19 Challenges, ConcernsPresident and Chief Executive Officer of Jackson Health System, Carlos Migoya said 18-20% of the Jackson employees tested so far in July are positive for COVID-19. Up from 12% in June and just 7% prior to May 31.
Gov. DeSantis Sending 100 Nurses To Jackson Health To Help Treat COVID-19 Patients In ICUFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis has agreed to send Jackson Health System extra nurses to help with the increase in COVID-19 patients filling up its intensive care unit.
South Florida Hospitals Reevaluate Non-Emergency Procedures To COVID-19 SurgeSouth Florida hospitals are reevaluating elective non-emergency procedures due to the increase in coronavirus cases.
JMH Health Care Workers Union President: ‘Nurses Are Going Into Second Battle And We're Limping’Medical professional say the rising number of COVID-19 cases runs the risk of hospitals reaching capacity. The surge, they say, is putting a strain on health care workers and hospital staff who have to take care of COVID and non-COVID patients.