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Fundado en 1950 por Variety Clubs International, Nicklaus Children's Hospital es el único hospital especializado con licencia en el sur de la Florida, exclusivamente para niños, con casi 800 médicos principales y más de 475 subespecialistas pediátricos. El hospital, con capacidad para 289 camas -- conocido como Miami Children’s Hospital desde 1983 hasta 2014 -- es reconocido por su excelencia en todos los aspectos de la medicina pediátrica y tiene muchos programas que han sido clasificados entre los mejores de la nación por la publicación U.S. News & World Report. Nicklaus Children’s es sede del programa de enseñanza pediátrica más extenso en el sureste de los Estados Unidos y ha sido designado como un centro Magnet por la organización “American Nurses Credentialing Center” (ANCC), el honor institucional más prestigioso en la profesión de enfermería. Para más información visite www.nicklauschildrens.org.

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