A person transported by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue is wheeled into the emergency room at Jackson South Community Hospital in 2011. This week, a judge with the state’s Division of Administrative Hearings ruled that the Florida Department of Health was wrong to reject an application from Jackson Health System to open a trauma center at Jackson South. The judge ruled that the health department should approve the application to operate a provisional trauma center at the hospital in South Miami-Dade.
A person transported by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue is wheeled into the emergency room at Jackson South Community Hospital in 2011. This week, a judge with the state’s Division of Administrative Hearings ruled that the Florida Department of Health was wrong to reject an application from Jackson Health System to open a trauma center at Jackson South. The judge ruled that the health department should approve the application to operate a provisional trauma center at the hospital in South Miami-Dade. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
A person transported by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue is wheeled into the emergency room at Jackson South Community Hospital in 2011. This week, a judge with the state’s Division of Administrative Hearings ruled that the Florida Department of Health was wrong to reject an application from Jackson Health System to open a trauma center at Jackson South. The judge ruled that the health department should approve the application to operate a provisional trauma center at the hospital in South Miami-Dade. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Judge: Florida should approve Jackson Health trauma center in South Miami-Dade

March 01, 2016 06:22 PM

UPDATED March 02, 2016 12:24 PM

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