An Update for our community on the COVID-19 Vaccination Process

We are currently in Phase 1 of our COVID-19 vaccination plan.  This means we are vaccinating front line staff and physicians with first responders to follow.  We have started initial planning for community vaccinations, but we have not received enough vaccine supply at this time. We are working closely with our state and local leaders, and we will keep everyone informed as more vaccine doses become available and we are able to expand vaccination capability.  The most effective safety measures we can take against COVID-19 continue to be wearing a mask, washing our hands, and maintaining social distance. We remind our community not to delay care. Our hospitals are open, safe and ready to care for you. 

Our Response to COVID-19 | Our Visitor Policy has changed. Please call (305) 693-6100 for an update.

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Hialeah Hospital has been serving the needs of the Hialeah community since 1951. We are proud to provide incredible high quality safe care with compassion to the patients we serve. We continually think about how to meet the needs of our community, improving the level of services and building relationships to help people live healthier and happier lives.

While Hialeah Hospital is a building and campus, we are much more: a community of people taking care of people. We invite you to take some time and explore Hialeah Hospital on-line and see how we are caring for our community by promoting wellness and delivering the care you expect and deserve.

Sincerely,
Michael J. Bell
Chief Executive Officer

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Salute to Nursing - Susan Ann Hinkson, RN, MSN

Feb 17, 2020

Susan Ann Hinkson photoSusan Ann Hinkson has been a nurse with Tenet since 2001. Susan started off as a labor and delivery nurse at Palmetto General Hospital, and then became the hospital educator. She transferred to sister facility, Hialeah Hospital, in 2011 as the director of education. Susan recently developed a program for medical students called the Interprofessional Education Initiative. This program provides an approach to the introduction to the role of nursing practice while facilitating collaboration as it relates to the physician’s role. This program is one of the first of its kind, and is being submitted for publication. Her passions include paddle boarding and cycling.

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