JFK Medical Center (Atlantis, Florida)

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JFK Medical Center
JFKMedicalCenterLogo.jpg
Geography
Location Atlantis, Florida, United States
Organization
Network Hospital Corporation of America
Services
Emergency department Yes
Beds 460
History
Founded 1966
Links
Website http://www.jfkmc.com/
Lists Hospitals in Florida

The JFK Medical Center is a 460-bed facility located in Atlantis, Florida. It has over 500 physicians, 2200 healthcare professionals and 300 volunteers. It specializes in cardiovascular care.

History[edit]

The hospital was founded in 1966 as a community hospital and a memorial to President John F. Kennedy.

As a teaching affiliate of the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, the hospital is a major training site for students studying in the University's MD/MPH program.[1] In addition, the hospital is home to ACGME accredited residencies in Internal Medicine and General Surgery.[2]

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Coordinates: 26°35′55″N 80°05′31″W / 26.598517°N 80.0919032°W / 26.598517; -80.0919032