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Five Physicians Join Holy Cross Medical Group

Medical Practice Adds Neurosurgeon, Endocrinologist, Internist, Rheumatologist, and Orthopedic Surgeon

Just What the Patient Ordered: Holy Cross Hospital Introduces Room Service Dining

Patients may order freshly prepared meals to be delivered to their rooms

Health Insurance Enrollment: Useful Patient Resources

Health insurance enrollment under the Affordable Care Act begins October 1.

U.S. News and World Report Recognizes Holy Cross Hospital as High Performing in Orthopedics

Non-profit hospital is also recognized among Top 10 in Miami-Dade and Fort Lauderdale

Holy Cross Hospital, Inc Recognized as an American Heart Association Fit-Friendly Worksite

Worksites take steps to decrease healthcare expenses, increase productivity

American Heart Association Recognizes Holy Cross Hospital for its Commitment to Quality Care for Stroke and Heart Failure Patients

Holy Cross Hospital receives two American Heart Association/American Stroke Association Get With The Guidelines® Quality Achievement Awards

Holy Cross Medical Group Adds Four Physicians

Holy Cross Hospital President and CEO Patrick A. Taylor, M.D. has announced that four physicians have joined the Holy Cross Medical Group

Holy Cross Hospital Auxiliary Raises more than $235,000 for Phil Smith ALS and Movement Disorders Clinic

Sold-out annual fundraiser, Epicurean Escapade: A Food & Wine Experience, was attended by more than 400 physicians, community leaders and guests

Holy Cross Hospital is One of the First Facilities in South Florida to Use Leading Edge MRI

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Holy Cross Hospital is one of the first facilities in South Florida to utilize the MAGNETOM Skyra 3T MRI scanner from Siemens Medical Solutions which offers enhanced ability to customize patient scans, improved imaging and user capabilities that reduce exam times.

Having received FDA clearance one year ago, the state-of-the-art scanner features 204 coil elements and 128 radio frequency channels to deliver a signal to noise ratio increase of up to 20 percent for clearer, more detailed images.