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Miami Jewish Home & Hospital

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Reviews
Overall Rating 4.2 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • ★★★★★ a month ago

    Both my parents have been at MJHS in Miami for 2 months. Dad suffers from Alzheimer's and mom has suffered several strokes and also has dementia. My experience with everyone: admissions, nurses, CNAs, social worker, doctors, etc has been nothing but excellent. They are all caring and professional and do everything they can to ensure my parents maintain their quality of life and remain safe. I live outside of the country, which makes everything that more difficult. But, I know that I count on everyone always looking out for them. I call everyday and can always get a status on how they are doing. They also call me should anything be out of the ordinary or to keep me up to date with any changes. I highly recommend this facility to anyone who is considering rehab or long-term care for themselves or their elderly.

  • ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    My mom spent ten days at Adventura Hospital and was recovering well from Conjective heart failure. All the Doctors agreed that her vital signs were greatly improved and she was transferred on May 5 to this facility, her condition immediately went downhill and she passed away at 7 am on Friday May 7, less then 48 hours after she was admitted. I happened to stop by at 1 am Friday morning to see how she was and from the hallway I heard her yelling for help, she was alone sitting on the edge of the bed saying she couldn't breath I immediately ordered the nurse to give her a full face oxygen mask and they gave her a tranquilizer and she dozed off, my immediate gut feeling was to get her out of there and to call 911 one of the nurses' talked me out of it. At 6:45 am the police called to tell me my mom passed away, 4 hours after I left her. Miami Jewish Home also called at 7 am to tell me my Mom was taken to Mt Sinia Emergency room which was incorrect it was North Shore Medical Center. They couldn't even get that straight. When I came to pickup her belongings her $2000 hearing aid and charger were missing. This place looks good but is not equipped to handle cardiac patients there were no doctors working the overnight shift and the staff is below average on cardiac care. My mom paid with her life. US News and World Reports ranked this facility 2 stars and below average on pulmonary care and life expectancy which I found out the hard way.

  • ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    The night crew is sluggish and slow to respond to patients buzzing them for help. They act like it's a bother to them. Poor work ethic and lack of professionalism. No doctor on duty and 911 is called for emergency care. Maybe OK for recovery from broken leg but not from a serious medical condition.

  • ★★★★★ a year ago

    The staff is very caring and professional. Everyone is very curteous. The food is also excellent. The rooms are also spacious and very comfortable.

  • ★★★★★ a year ago

    People are friendly clean and very professional food is good too




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