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Select Specialty Hospital

955 Northwest 3rd Street, Miami 33128, Florida, Miami-Dade County, United States

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Our expertise extends to patients who have the following:
Mechanical ventilator dependence
Chronic Lung Disease (such as COPD and Emphysema)
Neuromuscular disorders
Acute respiratory ailments
Pneumonia
Post-surgical complications
Spinal cord injuries
Stroke
Brain injuries
Metabolic encephalopathy

Our hospital provides comprehensive, specialized care for patients with acute or chronic respiratory disorders. Our primary focus is to wean medically complex patients from mechanical ventilation and restore independent breathing.
Establishment year:
1996
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955 Northwest 3rd Street, Miami 33128, Florida, Miami-Dade County, United States
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