Miami Jewish Health ranks as the largest skilled nursing and senior living community and one of the leading providers of healthcare for seniors in the Southeast, offering a complete continuum of care. Since 1940, Miami Jewish Health has been at the forefront of senior care services, embracing the challenge of meeting the health needs of older adults from all walks of life, regardless of race or religion.
Our senior living community offers independent and assisted living apartments situated on a more than 20-acre campus in the Buena Vista neighborhood of Miami. Our skilled nursing facility, offers a patient-centric approach, providing specialized care to seniors at any level of function or medical need. Our hospital, ambulatory health clinic, and dialysis unit provide on-site medical care to residents, eliminating their need to be transported to a local hospital for routine care.
Overall, more than 12,000 people throughout Miami-Dade and Broward counties and beyond are served annually through more than a dozen innovative clinical programs and services, some of which include:
- The Memory Center is recognized as a national leader in treating patients with neurocognitive disorders. Professional assistance, innovative therapies, caring support, geriatric mental health services, access to major clinical trials, and comprehensive resources are offered to patients and family members involved with this debilitating disease. To learn more, please call: 305.514.8710
- Rosomoff Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center treats people who suffer from complex and chronic pain, including patients with spinal cord injuries. As one of the American Pain Society’s first Centers of Excellence, Rosomoff helps people to live pain-free and narcotic-free. The world-renowned Brucker Method of biofeedback is used to train those with paralysis from central nervous system damage to improve body movement and function. To learn more, please call: 305.532.7246 or email email@example.com
- Florida PACE Centers (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) provides a health care program for the frailest members of society – those who are unable to care for themselves physically and financially. For 15 years, Florida PACE Centers has improved the lives of low-income seniors age 55 years and older and in declining health by providing an interdisciplinary support system of healthcare that allows them to safely age at home in their communities. To learn more, please call: 855.737.7223 or 305.751.7223
- The S. Donald Sussman EmpathiCare Village, a residential complex scheduled to open in 2020, will offer a place where people with Alzheimer’s disease can live dynamic and meaningful lives in a warm and loving environment. To learn more, please contact Jenny Ray at 305.898.5602 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about Miami Jewish Health, please call 305.751.8626 or visit our website at www.miamijewishhealth.org