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Nicklaus Children's Key Facts 2015 - 2016

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital began as Variety Children's Hospital and grew out of the unique partnership with Variety Clubs International, a group of show business professionals and the vision a doctor Arthur Weiland.

On March 20, 1950 as the polio epidemic engulfed the nation, Variety Children's Hospital opened its doors to serve the region's children. It soon became the southern center for children suffering from polio.
 

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In the 1980s, Variety Children’s transitioned to the name Miami Children’s Hospital. During these years the hospital quickly became an international referral center and a brand recognized by families all over the world.

The organization has since evolved into the Miami Children’s Health System, which encompasses several entities:
 

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On March 20, 2015, in honor and recognition of a $60 million pledge from the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation, the hospital and its eight outpatient centers assumed the Nicklaus name.
 

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Seven Nicklaus Children’s Hospital pediatric subspecialty programs are among the best in the nation, according to U.S.News & World Report’s 2015-2016 rankings.

Nicklaus Children’s has more nationally ranked programs than any other hospital in Florida.
 

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The Brain Institute is nationally recognized by U.S.News & World Report as one of the best pediatric neurology and neurosurgery programs. The program is ranked 7th in the nation for pediatric neurology and neurosurgery. No other program in the southeastern U.S. ranks higher.
 

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is proud to be ranked as 13th among the best pediatric neonatology programs in the nation. No other program in Florida ranks higher.

The Orthopedics program at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital’s is recognized among the best pediatric orthopedics programs in the nation. No other program in Florida ranks higher.
 

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The following pediatric subspecialty programs are also ranked among the top programs in the nation:

Diabetes-Endocrinology

Gastroenterology

Pulmonology
 

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The Department of Neurology & Neurosurgery at Nicklaus Children’s was first in the Southeast and second in the nation to offer minimally invasive laser surgery for children with medically resistant pediatric epilepsy. 
 

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The Clinical Genetics and Metabolism Program at Nicklaus Children’s has several multidisciplinary clinics such as Neurogenetics, Neurocardiogenetics and Cancer Genetics.

The geneticist along with other pediatric specialists see patients together as a team to provide comprehensive care tailored to each unique individual.
 

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The Victor Center for the Prevention of Jewish Genetic Diseases partnered with Nicklaus Children’s to provide outreach, education, screening opportunities and genetic counseling to people of Ashkenazi Jewish descent who have a 1 in 4 risk of being a carrier for at least one of over 21 different Jewish genetic diseases.

The goal is to reduce the incidence of these diseases which are severe and often times fatal in early childhood.
 

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The Department of Pediatric Orthopedics and Orthopedic Surgery at Nicklaus Children’s specializes in the care and management of musculo-skeletal conditions in children.

Pediatric orthopedics was one of six initial departments established when Nicklaus Children's Hospital, formerly Miami Children's Hospital, was founded in 1950.

 

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The Department of Orthopedics currently has two spine surgeons who perform over 230 spine surgeries a year.

There are currently eight surgeons in the Department of Orthopedics.

The program provides fracture care to an average of 200 patients per week.

The Orthopedics Department received 24,000 patient visits in 2014.
 

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The Heart Program at Nicklaus Children’s is a world leader in pediatric cardiology and the care of children with congenital heart disorders. The program provides care for more children with congenital heart disorders than any other hospital in Florida.
 

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The Heart Program was awarded a U.S. patent for the extracorporeal blood circuit for cardiopulmonary bypass.

Nicklaus Children’s also the first pediatric hospital to construct a heart valve from CorMatrix ECM material. This technique may reduce the repeat future valve replacement surgeries for some pediatric patients.
 

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Most recently, the team began using three-dimensional printing technology to plan surgical interventions for children with complex heart anomalies. The Heart Program at Nicklaus Children's Hospital is believed to be the first in the region to print a life-size heart model of a patient with a complex congenital heart defect.
 

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital has been designated a member of the Optum Centers of Excellence network in the area of Congenital Heart Disease for 2013.

As a member of the Centers of Excellence network, the hospital is recognized for having met or exceeded rigorous performance standards and quality guidelines.
 

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As part of a longstanding commitment to ensuring that patients and families have up-to-the-minute data when choosing among pediatric cardiovascular surgery centers, The Heart Program at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital linked its cardiac surgical outcomes data with the hospital’s new electronic medical record and the CardioAccess Centripitus database and dynamically linked these results to the hospital’s website in real-time.
 

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The Heart Program launched a free EKG screening program in 2011 for middle and high school athletes in an effort to identify those at risk of sudden cardiac death and prevent tragedy.

EKG screenings are available at the hospital’s main campus as well as all Nicklaus Children’s Outpatient Centers in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County.
 

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The Nicklaus Children’s Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory performed the world’s first non-surgical tricuspid valve replacement via catheter on a 9-year-old boy in 2008.
 

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The Cancer Center at Nicklaus Children’s performed the region’s first hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) or “heated chemotherapy” surgical treatment on a pediatric cancer patient in 2012.
 

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In 2014, the Bone Marrow Transplantation Program, part of the Cancer Center at Nicklaus Children’s, successfully performed a bone marrow transplant using two donated umbilical cord units on a teenage patient with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.
 

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The Department of Radiology at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital is a radiological facility exclusively devoted to pediatrics. The staff is specifically trained in pediatric imaging and technical protocols which are practiced to use the least amount of radiation exposure possible.

In 2013, the department performed a total of 144,759 diagnostic x-rays, CT scans, MRIs, nuclear medicine scans, and ultrasounds throughout the Miami Children’s Health System.
 

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The Department of Radiology is proud to be accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR) for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound (US), Nuclear Medicine, PET and Computed Tomography (CT) services.

The Department of Radiology recently upgraded its space to include two new MRIs and an array of CT scanning equipment that specializes in reducing radiation emissions.
 

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The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at Nicklaus Children’s is the most experienced resource for pediatric and neonatal ECMO (heart/lung by-pass) for children with life-threatening conditions in Florida.

The PICU was ranked number one in a study on quality-of-care assessment conducted by the National Association of Children’s Hospitals.
 

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The Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU) at Nicklaus Children’s remains one of the few freestanding pediatric CICUs in the nation and is the first and largest dedicated pediatric cardiac critical care unit in the Southeast. 

The unit provides highly specialized pre- and post-operative care for children with heart disease  undergoing cardiac surgery and interventional catheterization.  It provides comprehensive care for critically ill patients with heart disease from birth to adulthood.
 

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The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Nicklaus Children’s is a regional, national and international Level III referral center, receiving critically-ill newborns from throughout South Florida, as well as South and Central America and the Caribbean.
 

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The LifeFlight™  Critical Care Transport Team transported over 3,000 patients by air and on the ground to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in 2014.

279 patients were transported to Nicklaus Children’s NICU from hospitals within the state of Florida in 2014.

LifeFlight™ consists of six ambulances, one helicopter and leases a second helicopter to provide extended geographical outreach to patients and families.
 

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Nicklaus Children’s received legislative authority to treat adults with congenital heart disease during the 2009 legislative session. It became effective July 1, 2009. This is a testament to the success of The Heart Program where patients live well into adulthood.

In 2013, the Florida legislature approved a bill (HB 1159) that amends a law to make it possible for Nicklaus Children’s to build a 10-bed unit that will provide obstetrical services for healthy mothers expecting babies with pre-diagnosed congenital conditions  that require clinical intervention immediately after birth.
 

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The Miami Children’s Research Institute is currently the largest provider of pediatric clinical research services for children of Latin origin in the southeastern United States.

The department is involved in 225 active clinical research studies in 24sub-specialties.

148 of those clinical research studies were initiated by Nicklaus Children’s Hospital physicians, fellows, residents and medical staff.
 

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital was the first freestanding pediatric hospital in the nation, and the fourth among pediatric hospitals to obtain full accreditation from the Association of Human Research Protection Programs, Inc. (AAHRPP) in 2009. The hospital was once again re-accredited in 2011. 
 

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The Nicklaus Children’s Emergency Department is undergoing an expansion to meet the growing needs of the community. Once completed, the facility will have 72 patient care rooms. The waiting area was already upgraded to include interactive play zones for children.

Recently completed was the  Miguel "Mike" B. Fernandez Family Pediatric Trauma Center, the new treatment facility for South Florida’s only freestanding pediatric trauma center.
 

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The Global Health Department employs a multilingual staff that offers expert care coordination which begins with the first contact, continues through the child’s admission and assists with follow-up care and the transition back home.
 

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The Telehealth Center is a high-tech program designed to advance pediatric care for children around the world. The center offers enhanced access to pediatric subspecialty physicians and remote reading of diagnostic tests by highly trained experts.
 

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2014 Vital Statistics:

Licensed Beds:  289

Inpatient Admissions:  10,899 

Total Surgeries:  14,827

Emergency Department Visits (main campus):  91,465

Outpatient Visits (main campus and Outpatient Centers): 236,002

Number of Employees: >3,700
 

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The Division of Infectious Diseases is one of the founding subspecialties at Nicklaus Children’s.

The Division of Adolescent Medicine is the most comprehensive hospital-based program for the evaluation and treatment of eating disorders in children, adolescents and young adults through age 21 in Miami-Dade County.
 

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The Department of Psychiatry is a full-service psychiatric treatment center for children, adolescents and families. The inpatient program offers a safe, highly structured and staff-intensive environment.

The 20-bed unit incorporates a wide range of daily therapies and activities aimed at developing problem-solving and coping skills, and self esteem.
 

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The Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Nicklaus Children’s provides treatment of trauma-related injuries as well as congenital conditions including cleft lip and palate deformities, hemangiomas, hand malformations and craniofacial treatment.
 

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Each year, the Division of Pulmonology at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital offers a free, week-long, overnight camp called Ventilation Assisted Children’s Camp (VACC Camp) for children requiring that have tracheotomies and those requiring ventilators along with their families. The camp celebrates 30 years at Nicklaus Children’s in 2016.

VACC camp has hosted approximately 165 children and

their families, many of them for several years,

representing more than 20 states and countries.
 

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The Division of Pediatric Nephrology provides dialysis treatment for patients suffering from acute renal failure. The dialysis program includes hemodialysis, acute and chronic peritoneal dialysis and continuous arteriovenous hemofiltration.

Nicklaus Children’s is one of the largest providers of pediatric nephrology services in South Florida.
 

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The Division of Dermatology at MCH created The International Birthmark Institute (TIBI) in in 2010 for the evaluation and management of all birthmarks with special expertise in vascular lesions in infants and children.

Each year, the division holds a melanoma screening event that is free and open to the community in an effort to detect melanoma in children.
 

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The Division of Pediatric Endocrinology is home to the hospital’s Pediatric Diabetes Center, which treats 100 new children annually on an inpatient basis as well as several hundred children in an outpatient setting.

The Division has four pediatric endocrinologists on staff.
 

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The Division of Pediatric Endocrinology sponsors an annual summer camp tailored to patients with diabetes, including those with insulin pumps.
 

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The Division of Ophthalmology offers a full range of ophthalmic and optical services for children and young adults to the age of 21.

The division is dedicated to providing quality care in a setting supportive of the special needs of infants and children.

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The Division of Otolaryngology at Nicklaus Children’s not only treats typical recurring ear, nose and throat problems but also evaluates and treats facial trauma, provides assistance in overcoming issues associated with cystic fibrosis and treats complex head and neck tumors and airway problems.
 

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The Division of Rheumatology at MCH is the largest pediatric program in South Florida providing comprehensive, multidisciplinary diagnosis, treatment and support for children with a number of issues such as arthritis, lupus, scleroderma and fibrositis.

Every year, the division sponsors a week-long camp for children with rheumatologic conditions.
 

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The Division of Urology and Urologic Surgery has become a reference center for Latin America and the Caribbean for complex reconstructive conditions.

The Department of Allergy and Immunology at Nicklaus Children’s is involved in a number of studies that investigate the most serious allergic reactions or anaphylaxis.
 

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The Department of Pediatric Surgery at Nicklaus Children’s consists of pediatric surgeons who collaborate to provide surgical services for children of all ages, from tiny neonates to high school football players.
 

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The hospital’s Radio Lollipop program underwent a studio renovation in 2014 complete with state-of-the-art radio equipment that provides music on-demand, child-friendly interactive displays and LED lighting.
 

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Volunteer Department Fun Facts:

Approximately 1,800 volunteers donate their time to the hospital each year.

This represents over 114,000 volunteer hours of service.
 

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Education and Training

Approximately 1800 students complete their clinical and professional experiences at Nicklaus Children’s.

Students and interns work with over 40 different areas throughout the health system.
 

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital has eight Outpatient Centers across South Florida that offer a range of services including urgent care, rehabilitation and imaging services as well as some pediatric subspecialty office visits.

A ninth outpatient center offering urgent care and pediatric subspecialist appointments is opening in Miami-Dade soon.
 

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The Nicklaus Children’s Palm Beach Gardens Outpatient Center, located at Legacy Place, opened its doors in October 2012. Urgent care, rehabilitation services (physical, occupational and speech-language therapy) and diagnostic services are offered at this center.

Appointments with pediatric subspecialists in the following specialties are also available at this location:

Allergy and immunology

Cardiology

Clinical genetics

Craniofacial/plastic surgery consultations

Dermatology

Endocrinology

Gastroenterology

Nephrology

Neurology

Neurosurgery consultations

Orthopedics
 

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The Nicklaus Children’s Dan Marino Outpatient Center, located in Weston, specializes in the comprehensive evaluation and treatment of children with special needs. This was the first Nicklaus Children’s Outpatient Center to open in March of 1998 in partnership with the Dan Marino Foundation.
 

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The Nicklaus Children’s Doral Outpatient Center offers urgent care, rehabilitation (applied behavior analysis, physical, occupational, speech-language, and feeding and swallowing therapies), diagnostic services, and educational services including peer interaction and social skills and handwriting group programs.

The Nicklaus Children’s Doral Outpatient Center is also home to the hospital’s Pediatric and Adolescent Dental Services Clinic.

Appointments with subspecialists in the following

pediatric subspecialties are:

Endocrinology

Gastroenterology
 

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric and Adolescent Dental Services program provides pediatric and adolescent preventive and restorative treatment, limited orthodontics, endodontic and oral surgery.

The program provides treatment for children from birth to age 12 as well as special needs children to age 15.

The Dental program provided dental services to 23,756 children in 2014.

The Adolescent Dental Program was implemented in May 2013 to provide continuity of patient care from the Pediatric Dental program.

1,928 patients ages 13-21 received dental treatment in 2014.
 

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The Nicklaus Children’s Miami Lakes Outpatient Center offers urgent care, rehabilitation (physical, occupational, speech-language, and feeding and swallowing therapies) and diagnostic services .

*The opening of this 32,600  square-foot facility enabled the relocation of   

   the former Miami Children’s Rehabilitative Services- Miami Lakes.
 

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The Nicklaus Children’s Midtown Outpatient Center offers urgent care, rehabilitation (physical, occupational, speech-language, and feeding and swallowing therapies) and outpatient pediatric imaging services (X-ray).

Appointments with subspecialists are available in the following pediatric subspecialties:

Gastroenterology

Ophthalmology

 

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The Nicklaus Children’s Miramar Outpatient Center, located in Miramar Square, offers rehabilitation (physical, occupational, speech-language therapies, and orthopedic physical therapy ), diagnostic imaging and urgent care services.
 

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The Nicklaus Children’s Palmetto Bay Outpatient Center was the hospital’s first center to offer urgent care services in January 2002.

The center also provides diagnostics and rehabilitation services (Augmentative and alternative communication evaluation, physical, occupational, speech-language, and feeding and swallowing therapies).
 

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The Early Steps Southernmost Coast program, which is located at the Nicklaus Children’s Palmetto Bay Outpatient Center, provides services for children from birth to three years of age with developmental delays or conditions likely to result in a developmental delays.

The program provides care to families residing in areas south of Flagler Street to Key West.

The Early Steps Southernmost Coast Program evaluates over 2,000 children annually and about 1,300 receive ongoing care each year.
 

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The Nicklaus Children’s West Kendall Outpatient Center offers urgent care, rehabilitation (physical, occupational, speech-language, and feeding and swallowing therapies), Applied behavior analysis (ABA) and diagnostic services.

Visits with subspecialists are available in the following pediatric subspecialties:

Craniofacial/plastic surgery consultations

Endocrinology

Gastroenterology

Orthopedics

Psychology

Sports medicine
 

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital has three Pediatric Care Centers that provide primary medical care by board-certified pediatricians for children from infancy to 21 years of age.

The centers are conveniently located at the Nicklaus Children’s campus, in Kendall and Weston.

Each center is designed to serve as the child’s primary doctors office and offers coordinated and family-centered care.

30 percent of the patients seen by pediatricians at the

Pediatric Care Centers have chronic health conditions.
 

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Nicklaus Children’s offers primary care services to needy children through the Health Connect in Our Schools program.

The hospital provides nursing staff for school-based clinics situated in high-risk communities to ensure that children have access to care.
 

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital has sponsored and organized the world-renowned Annual Pediatric Postgraduate Course (PPGC) for over 50 years.

It is regarded as the most established, independent, pediatric continuing medical education program in the country.

In 2015, representatives from more than 22 countries worldwide came to Miami to participate in the PPGC. Some came from as far as Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Colombia had a total of 112 representatives. The PPGC was attended by 700 professionals, including faculty.
 

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The 2015 PPGC conference was broadcast live to more than 10 sites in several countries including Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Ecuador, Colombia and Peru.

The broadcast reached an estimated 5,000 medical professionals involved in the care of children from around the world.
 

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The Department of Anesthesiology at Nicklaus Children’s has a specialized care unit for patients who have had surgery called the Post-anesthesia Care Unit (PACU). The PACU specializes in supporting children post surgery.

In 2012, 10 iPads were donated to the hospital to be used specifically by patients recovering after surgery. The iPads have proven to be an effective tool in  relaxing patients after surgery in order to minimize the amount of  pain medication administered.
 

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital was the first in the country to launch a smartphone app for Apple iOS devices that uses Wi-Fi triangulation technology to offer patients the convenience of an on-campus indoor GPS-like way-finding system, along with other service enhancements.

The Fit4KidsCare app, families can connect to the hospital’s interactive way- finding campus maps, purchase items from the gift shop, order room service and much more.
 

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The IT Department at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital has been recognized by IDG Computerworld as one of the top 100 Best Places to Work in IT since 2012.

HIMSS Analytics recognized Nicklaus Children’s Hospital for achieving Stage 6 on the EMR Adoption ModelSM. This model was developed as a methodology for evaluating the progress and impact of electronic medical records systems for hospitals.
 

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Nicklaus Children’s Education Department provides monthly community education courses on a variety of topics including CPR training, depression/anxiety therapy sessions and parenting skills.

The hospital also provides injury prevention and safety awareness programs to the community through a partnership with the Safe Kids Coalition of Miami-Dade. Some of the programs include bicycle safety, helmet fittings, car seat inspections and drowning prevention.
 

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Training magazine has recognized Miami Children’s Health System as a Top Training Organization in the nation since 2005.
 

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital’s Humpty Dumpty Falls Prevention Program™ is being used by 1,130 hospitals worldwide to reduce the risk of falls:

  959 hospitals nationwide (in all 50 states)

  171 international hospitals

The hospital is completing a multi-site study, including international hospitals who have adopted the Humpty Dumpty Falls Prevention Program™.
 

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Nurse Demographics

Nicklaus Children’s has 883 nurses on staff (including RN & ARNP)

744 of those nurses serve in clinical settings

The average years of employment is 11 years

73% hold Bachelor’s degrees or higher

51% of our nurses have advanced certifications

30% are members of nursing professional organizations
 

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital once again attained Magnet® recognition in 2014, as part of the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program®. This is the third time MCH is recognized for excellence in nursing and it is the highest honor an organization can receive for professional nursing practice.
 

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The Child Life Department strives to help children grow through learning by valuing the importance of family, recognizing their individual strengths, building a strong foundation of support, commitment and ultimately providing hope.

Nicklaus Children’s is the only hospital in South Florida that has a unique outside/covered play area for hospitalized patients.
 

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MCHSTV is an in-house television network that provides  customized news, research and entertainment for patients and their families.

Miami Children’s Health System was the first children’s hospital in the nation to launch a television network in collaboration with the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in 2014.
 

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital and Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida formed a clinical affiliation in 2014 aimed at optimizing care for severely sick and injured children in Southwest Florida. The goal is to keep children and their families as close to home as possible while offering pediatric excellent care.

The affiliation gives Golisano Children’s Hospital access to premier pediatric neurosurgeons, cardiac surgeons, and urologists currently not available in Southwest Florida. Collaboration between the hospitals is made possible through the use of telehealth technology.

Should a child require advanced care, they can be transported to Nicklaus Children’s via LifeFlight Critical Care. Once the child is in stable condition, they return to Golisano Children’s Hospital to continue their treatment and recovery.
 

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Nicklaus Children’s Hospital and Jupiter Medical Center announced a partnership in 2013 to enhance pediatric clinical services and programs currently offered to the community in Northern Palm Beach County, at the Nickalus Children’s Palm Beach Gardens Center and in the private pediatric practices throughout the county.
 

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In 2013, Miami Children’s Health System launched KidzStuff™, a new retail brand featuring a range of innovative children’s products designed by pediatricians.
 

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In 2014, Nicklaus Children’s Hospital launched the TOP  test (Test. Optimize. Perform), a wellness assessment program aimed at helping children reach optimal health by enhancing their nutritional, physical and emotional wellbeing.

TOP is a single blood test that reveals common nutritional deficiencies and nutrition-related conditions in children.
 

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Miami Children’s Health System entered into a joint venture with Nueterra for the purchase and re-purpose of the Miami Metropolitan Hospital to Miami International Medical Center (MIMC). Nueterra is the largest privately-held organization in the US specializing in developing equity partnerships with health systems, governments, hospitals and physicians. 

The vision of this partnership is to create MIMC as a premier destination specialty hospital with two primary areas of focus: (1) Adult Surgical Specialties; and (2) Women’s and Children’s Services. 
 

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In 2011, the hospital broke ground on the Advanced Pediatric Care Pavilion, a six story facility that will incorporate the latest in technology and family-friendly enhancements.

The 212,000 square-foot pavilion will house:

  • The neonatal, cardiac and pediatric intensive care units
  • The hematology/oncology inpatient units
  • An expanded bone marrow transplant unit
  • A 10-bed obstetrical unit for babies requiring immediate intervention after birth
  • Family-centered amenities

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