From Red Carpet Runways To Hospital Hallways, Miami-Designer René Ruiz Designs Transplant Recovery Gowns For PatientsFor more than two decades, Miami fashion designer René Ruiz has designed glamorous gowns worn by celebrities and public figures at red carpet events, galas, and runway shows. But now, Ruiz is going from the red carpet to hospital hallways designing transplant recovery gowns.
Jackson Memorial Hospital Nurse, Who Battled COVID For 3 Months, Urges VaccinationsA South Florida nurse is finally home after three months in the hospital battling COVID-19.
‘The Ugly Truth For Us’: 4th Wave Of Cases Has Jackson Memorial’s COVID Floor Packed With Unvaccinated PatientsDr. David De La Zerda, the lead ICU physician at Jackson, is concerned about the growing number of unvaccinated patients being treated for COVID.
ICU Nurse: 'A Lot Of These Patients Don't Make It;' Video Looks Inside COVID Ward At Jackson Memorial HospitalCBS4 has obtained new video from inside the COVID ward at Jackson Memorial Hospital where a Nurse Manager says she is concerned by the recent surge in cases and the Delta Variant.
While Not Every Jackson Memorial Hospital Worker Is Ready To Take COVID Vaccine, Many Believe ‘It Will Save More Lives’Pfizer’s COVID vaccine has made it to Florida, with Jackson Health System expecting vials on Tuesday.
'Everybody Should See This Pain': On The Frontlines With ICU Nurses In Jackson Memorial Hospital's COVID UnitA special Facing South Florida with Jim DeFede segment, we heard directly from ICU nurses in the Jackson Memorial Hospital COVID unit. They gave an unprecedented look at what life is really like for health workers on the front lines. They shared their fears, their anguish and their pain.
Facing South Florida: Inside The COVID Unit At Jackson Memorial HospitalIn this special Facing segment, we hear directly from ICU nurses in the Jackson COVID unit.
‘White Coats For Black Lives’: Jackson Hospital Health Care Professionals Join Nationwide Movement For ChangeSeveral hundred doctors, nurses and health care professionals at Jackson Memorial, people of all colors and race, calling themselves White Coats for Black Lives, knelt in silence for nine powerful minutes Thursday. They stopped to remember George Floyd, joining the nationwide movement for change.
Thousands Of Meals Donated To Health Care Workers At Jackson MemorialHealth care workers at Jackson Memorial Hospital say they are truly humbled by and grateful for an extraordinary act of charity by good Samaritan Joe Zevuloni and his company.
Two Detained After Bullet-Riddled Car Arrives At Jackson Memorial HospitalMiami police questioned two people after a bullet-riddled car showed up at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Coronavirus Help: Temporary Apartment Units Donated To Health Care Workers Fearful Of Infecting FamilyHundreds of temporary apartment units in Miami have been donated to the staff at Jackson Health System who are fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Impact: Jackson Memorial Hospital CEO Carlos Migoya Questioned Over 'Furloughs, Pay Cuts, Not Providing Protective Equipment'Martha Baker received the phone call around 10 a.m. Friday from an administrator at Jackson Memorial Hospital notifying her the hospital would soon be announcing furloughs and pay cuts.
'She's The First, But May Not Be The Last': JMH Health Care Workers Union President On Nurse Who Died Of CoronavirusMartha Baker first met Araceli Buendia Ilagan back in the 80s when they both started working as nurses at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Miami-Dade Commissioner Urges Governor To Make Sure Coronavirus Testing Is Available After Miami Woman Allegedly Denied Proper TestingA Miami-Dade County Commissioner is asking Governor Ron DeSantis to take the necessary steps in making sure coronavirus testing is available if local doctors request it.
Coronavirus Confusion: Miami Woman Allegedly Denied Proper TestingIn what may be the first case of coronavirus in South Florida, a woman who recently returned home from Italy says she was told by doctors at Jackson Memorial Hospital that she “likely” has COVID-19, but that they are unable to verify it because state and federal officials refused to conduct the necessary tests to confirm it.