Mercy Hospital

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Mercy Hospital has been serving the healthcare needs of South Florida for over 50 years. As a comprehensive healthcare facility, Mercy offers a full range of services to the residents of Miami-Dade county and surrounding communities. A 483-bed acute care facility, Mercy Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). Mercy is affiliated with over 700 physicians representing 27 medical specialties, its Centers of Excellence include: The Heart Center at Mercy Hospital, the Miami Cancer Center at Mercy Hospital, Minimally Invasive Surgical Institute and the Orthopaedic Institute at Mercy Hospital.

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3663 S. Miami Ave.
Miami, FL 33133
Mission Statement: 

In witness of Jesus' healing mission, Mercy Hospital strives to improve the well-being of those served through a healthcare delivery system designed to promote wellness and cure illness. As a ministry of the Roman Catholic Church and a member of Catholic Health East, we are committed to being a transforming, healing presence within our community.

Adopting the spirit of the Sisters of St. Joseph in "working to achieve unity of neighbor with neighbor and neighbor with God," we attest to the value of human life in all its cycles. This is done through respect for the unborn and recognition of the transcendent meaning of suffering and death by combining professional excellence with a compassionate concern for the whole person.

We seek to understand and respond to the needs of our community through collaboration with others that share a common mission and vision. With attention to fiscal responsibility, quality services are made available and accessible to those who need them.

Organizational Statement of Faith: 

Reverence for each person
We believe that each person is a manifestation of the sacredness of human life.

We demonstrate our connectedness to each other through inclusive and compassionate relationships.

We advocate for a society in which all can realize their full potential and achieve the common good.

Commitment to those who are poor
We give priority to those whom society ignores.

We care for and strengthen the ministry and all resources entrusted in us.

We dare to take the risks our faith demands of us.

We keep our word and are faithful to who we say we are.

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