Doctors Hospital has provided Bahamians with quality private health care for more than 50 years. Located at the corner of Collins Avenue and Shirley Street, the hospital prides itself on having the latest medical technology, and the utmost qualified physicians and medical professionals.
The facility provides primary, specialty and subspecialty care both on an in-patient and out-patient basis, including acute care, emergency, medical, surgical, obstetric, laboratory services and the latest in imaging technology.
Doctors Hospital features a three-room operating suite, eight-bed intensive care unit, the latest diagnostic equipment including CAT scan, nuclear medicine, X-ray, ultrasound, mammography, MRI, full scale clinical laboratory, rehabilitation services department, and a maternity wing equipped with a newborn nursery.
The hospital pioneered the use of such state-of-the-art medical equipment as the 16 slice CAT scanner, MRI scanner and nuclear medicine in The Bahamas; and is committed to providing all Bahamians and Tourists with the most technologically advanced quality healthcare services in The Region.
Doctors Hospital, formerly named The Rassin Hospital, was founded in 1955 by the late Dr. Meyer Rassin, a leading orthopedic surgeon who opened the original 20,000 square-foot, 24-bed medical facility.
In 1986, a group of Bahamian physicians bought the facility and renamed it Doctors Hospital. In 1993, the hospital completed an $8.5 million, 50,000-square-foot expansion and then became a publicly traded company in 1999.
Today, the 72-bed Doctors Hospital is the most modern acute care privately owned health care facility in The Bahamas with over 400 employees. There are more than 150 highly trained and dedicated physicians on the hospital’s medical staff representing nearly every medical specialty.
A healthcare team of medical professionals work together to enhance each and every patient stay, patients may choose between private and semi-private rooms. Every room is comfortable, well lit, and fully equipped with satellite television, air conditioning, telephone, and wireless internet access.
The Emergency Room at Doctors Hospital’s is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year, to provide patients with the optimum in trauma care and emergency medical services. All doctors and nurses in the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) staff are Advanced Cardiac and Trauma Life Support certified.
Indiana University Health is one of the largest and most comprehensive academic healthcare systems in the U.S. A unique partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine, the largest medical school in the U.S., gives patients access to innovative treatments and therapies. IU Health is comprised of hospitals, physicians and allied services dedicated to providing preeminent care throughout Indiana and beyond.
Patients come to IU Health to receive care from all over the world with the help of IU Health International Patient Services. A specially trained international Patient Coordinator and the concierge services staff serves as liaisons to ensure a seamless and positive customer experience for international patients and their families including cultural and/or religious accommodations. From advising throughout travel to helping schedule the first appointment, the goal is to ensure an exceptional experience.
Kalispell Regional Medical Center was born in 1910. In August of that year, a group of business men in Kalispell formed a board of directors which became the Kalispell General Hospital Corporation. Hearing of their desire to open a hospital, John Carroll, Catholic bishop of the Helena diocese and after whom Carroll College is named, asked Mother Mary Gertrude at Sacred Heart Convent in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to consider sending sisters to Montana for that purpose. And so the Corporation entered into a contract with the Sisters of Mercy to construct and operate a new hospital. One of the members, Judge Smith, rented a cottage on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Third Street East to serve as a temporary hospital.
Welcomes patients from around the world. If you, a family member or friend have been recently diagnosed with a brain, skull base or pituitary tumor, we can help you. Our physicians can review your records and imaging studies and provide a recommendation about the optimal treatment options. Such initial evaluations and preliminary recommendations can be done over email or on Skype.
The key characteristics that make PNI a world-class destination medical facility are:
PATIENT-CENTERED FOCUS: A multidisciplinary team approach providing tailored diagnostic and treatment plans
EXPERIENCE, INNOVATION & RESEARCH: One of the largest series of keyhole and endoscopic surgeries world-wide; extensive academic publications; ongoing clinical trials and brain tumor genomics research in collaboration with the John Wayne Cancer Institute
TECHNOLOGY: State-of-the-art operating suite dedicated to endoscopic and keyhole neurosurgery
CONSISTENT QUALITY CARE: Our doctors practice at Providence Saint John’s Health Center which is the only hospital in California to receive Healthgrade® America’s 50 Best Award™ 9 years in a row.
PHYSICIAN EDUCATION: Regular symposia in brain tumor management and minimally invasive surgical techniques
PNI is devoted to the care of patients with a wide spectrum of neurological and cranial disorders. Our personalized approach is aimed towards restoring our patients’ quality of life. Our specialized neurological Centers of Excellence include:
• Brain Tumor Center
• Pituitary Disorders Center
• Adult Hydrocephalus Center
• Stroke & Aneurysm Center
• Movement Disorders Center
• Facial Pain Center
• Eye, Ear & Skull Base Center
• Neurosciences Research Center
San Jorge Children's Hospital is the only private pediatric hospital in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean that offers services in all pediatric sub-specialties; a trait that makes it stand out as a unique institution in its class. Incorporates diverse specialized units such as bone marrow transplant, plastic and reconstructive surgery, asthma, diabetes, poisoning, emergency room, oncology, pediatric intensive care, mental health unit OPD and hospitalization, and operating rooms with induction unit. San Jorge Children's Hospital counts with more than 250 pediatricians and 150 specialized pediatric doctors.
The San Jorge Hospital was founded by a group of doctors led by Dr. Eduardo Montilla, internist, in 1962.
In December 1988, United Medical Corporation, Inc. acquired the San Jorge Hospital in order to set up the first hospital in the private sector, specialized in pediatric medicine.
In 1992, under the direction of Dr. Luis A. Clavell, the Hospital had the name changed to Hospital de Niños San Jorge and the recruitment of pediatric sub-specialists in all medical areas started.
The hospital was rename again in 1997, to be called San Jorge Children's Hospital.
In 2013 the Hospital opened a new section with modern decoration and the latest equipment in the health industry. In this area was relocated the Emergency Room, the Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and the Oncology Unit.
Our latest accomplishment was the inauguration of the Pediatric Mental Health Unit in March 2015, that serves patients between the ages of 5-17 years. The unit offers services of complete and partial hospitalization.
University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Health is the only university-based medical facility in San Diego. U.S. News and World Report’s 2015-2016 annual "America’s Best Hospitals" report ranks UC San Diego Health as #1 in San Diego for the fifth consecutive year, and among the best in the nation in 12 out of 16 specialty areas (doubling its number of ranked specialties since 2011): Cancer, Cardiology & Heart Surgery, Diabetes & Endocrinology, Ear Nose & Throat, Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, Geriatrics, Gynecology, Nephrology, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Pulmonary and Urology.