UPDATE: September 14, 2017
I am pleased to report that power has been restored to all patient care areas of the Miami Jewish Health campus. All of our patients, residents, tenants, and employees continue to be safe and secure.
The Miami Jewish Health team is an awesome group. I am humbled to be involved with such a committed and hard working group completely focused on providing the highest quality of care to those we serve. We owe you so much gratitude. I speak on behalf of our patients, residents, tenants, and their families. You made tremendous sacrifices before, during and after the storm to care for those we are responsible for. I am honored to be part of this team.
On behalf of Miami Jewish Health, our sincere gratitude to the teams from Florida Power & Light that spent overnight here to get our last building up and running. Your commitment to restoring full power to our campus is deeply appreciated by all the individuals who reside and work here. Thank you so much.
To our patients, residents, and families: thank you for your understanding, support and assistance as we moved through this experience. You know that our sole focus is on taking care of those we are responsible for and your positive encouragement and kind words mean so much to our team.
Jeffrey P. Freimark
President and Chief Executive Officer
UPDATE: September 12, 2017
We are happy to report that Miami Jewish Health is now functioning at 75% electrical power and 25% generator power.
Photos from before, during and after the storm.
UPDATE: September 11, 2017
The patients, residents, and staff at Miami Jewish Health are safe and sound. While we have lost power, we are currently running on a back-up generator. Daily life for patients and residents is uninterrupted with all medical services and recreational activities in full swing before, during and after the storm.
We will update our website/social media outlets as any news develops.
We know thousands were without power as early as Saturday and may not have had the chance to see the segment that aired, which featured Miami Jewish Health and how we manage our campus during a hurricane. View video below or click this link to view the segment: http://bit.ly/MJH091724
UPDATE: September 9, 2017
Dr. John Torres, NBC Nightly News correspondent, visited our campus today to see how Miami Jewish Health manages during a major hurricane. Catch the segment tonight at 6:30-6:45 pm on NBC.
UPDATE: September 6, 2017
Miami Jewish Health is vigilantly tracking Hurricane Irma. We are currently readying our residents, patients, and staff for the possibility of impact, and implementing our storm preparedness plans. We encourage you to check our website, as we follow the path of Hurricane Irma, for any updates concerning our campus or additional news.
Rest assured that Miami Jewish Health is in touch with State and Local EMS authorities and is prepared for the care,
well-being, and safety of our residents, patients, and staff.