This is one of the rooms in the cardiac intensive care unit at the Advanced Pediatric Care Pavilion at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. A six-story, 213,000-square-foot tower opened in October to house intensive care units as well as new neurology-neurosurgery and hematology-oncology units.
This is one of the rooms in the cardiac intensive care unit at the Advanced Pediatric Care Pavilion at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. A six-story, 213,000-square-foot tower opened in October to house intensive care units as well as new neurology-neurosurgery and hematology-oncology units. MARSHA HALPER Miami Herald file photo
This is one of the rooms in the cardiac intensive care unit at the Advanced Pediatric Care Pavilion at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. A six-story, 213,000-square-foot tower opened in October to house intensive care units as well as new neurology-neurosurgery and hematology-oncology units. MARSHA HALPER Miami Herald file photo

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