The Health District includes the Jackson Health System and the University of Miami/Miller School of Medicine Medical Campus, one of the largest medical campuses in the Southeastern United States, comprises over 35 buildings within the 67-acre University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital complex located in the center of Miami. Our residents regularly rotate through the following facilities:
Jackson Memorial Medical Center (JMH)
JMH serves as the main training ground for our residents. The hospital 1550 beds and serves as the tertiary and quaternary referral center for South Florida, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. As such, residents gain first-hand experience with unique clinical cases. Furthermore, as the main teaching hospital for the University of Miami, residents closely work with researchers from the various clinical subspecialties.
The Holtz Center for Maternal and Child Health
This 254 bed Children’s Hospital comprises one of many facilities on the Jackson Memorial Medical Center complex. There are inpatient units for infants/toddlers, school-age children, adolescents, well newborns, as well as the Neonatal Intensive Care Units (Levels I, II, III), the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (including its step-down unit), and the Children's Clinical Immunology Unit.
Miami Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC)
Located across the street from JMH, the VA Hospital holds more than 750 beds, including a 240-bed nursing home. Residents rotate here one their ward months, geriatrics rotation, subspecialty rotations, and coronary care unit rotation. The VA houses some of our top educators and is the site of a flourishing research community.
The University of Miami Hospital (UMH)
The University of Miami changed the face of modern health care in South Florida when it purchased Cedars Medical Center in late 2007. The 560-bed facility was renamed University of Miami Hospital and became the region’s first university-owned, multi-specialty, acute care hospital and the flagship facility of UHealth – University of Miami Health System. With 560 private rooms, UMH provides patients with personalized treatment in a high-quality environment.
The Health District includes several additional specialty driven hospitals and centers of excellence offering a wide variety of concentrated subspecialty experiences for residents.
Mailman Center for Childhood Development
The center holds clinical and research facilities, including the Debbie School for children with developmental disabilities. Many subspecialty clinics are housed in the center.
Batchelor Children's Research Institute
This facility is one of only a handful of children's research facilities in the nation designed solely to study, treat, and ultimately cure childhood diseases. Residents also rotate here as part of their pediatric infectious diseases elective.
Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center/University of Miami Hospital and Clinics (UMHC) and Alex’s Place at Sylvester
The School of Medicine’s Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center is one of only 28 cancer centers nationwide designated as "comprehensive" by the National Cancer Institute. Our Inpatient Hematology and Oncology ward rotations are housed here. UMHC represents the University's private hospital and clinic setting. Residents work closely with University attending physicians to provide care to both primary care and subspecialty ambulatory patients in this facility.
Our youngest patients receive outpatient care in a brand-new, state-of-the-art facility, Alex’s place at Sylvester.
Diabetes Research Institute
The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation was founded in 1971 by a group of parents and children in search of a cure for this devastating and pervasive disease. This center provides multidisciplinary disease based clinical care, a Diabetes Education Program in group and individual formats, and houses research facilities dedicated to Diabetes and its complications.
Lois Pope LIFE Center
The Lois Pope LIFE Center is University of Miami Miller School of Medicine’s nationally and internationally recognized Neuroscience Research Programs and houses the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis.