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An adventure starts with just one leap of faith; take yours as you begin your next journey by our side. Care for your neightbors & take control of your future, making everyday an adventure. Be welcomed with open arms & make the FL Keys home. Work collaboratively with a team of motivated healthcare professionals, applying generosity, compassion, and commitment for excellent patient care that heals and strengthens community. Clinical and non-clinical jobs available. Variety of shifts & specialties.
Fishermen’s, which has been caring for the Florida Keys since 1962, was closed in September 2017 when Hurricane Irma swept through the area. As the Keys continues its road to recovery, Fishermen’s Community Hospital is making a long-term investment in the Middle Keys community. Your health and wellness are the reasons we are here, and we’re looking forward to breaking ground on a completely new hospital this year.
The new hospital will include: 22 patient treatment positions; eight inpatient beds including two intensive care beds with 24/7 monitoring; nine Emergency Department beds; five additional recovery beds; 24/7 emergency services; surgical services including endoscopy; advanced diagnostic and imaging services; clinical support services including laboratory, pharmacy, and cardiopulmonary; patient support services including admitting, patient registration, kitchen and dining; a chapel; gift shop services; and an on-site helipad. It will also be built to Category 5 Hurricane standards with emergency power to operate for four days.
The only hospital serving the Upper Keys community, Mariners Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital located in Tavernier and founded in 1962. In addition to medical-surgical and intensive care units, Mariners is home to the southernmost branch of Baptist Health's Miami Cancer Institute. Specialized nurses, trained by the Oncology Nursing Society in chemotherapy/biotherapy administration and pain management, offer care in a supportive and healing environment.
Mariners also operates the only hospital-based hyperbaric chamber in the Keys, which uses oxygen therapy to treat many illnesses and injuries, including diving-related decompression sickness, non-healing wounds, radiation tissue damage, and carbon monoxide poisoning. The Diabetes Care Center and Sleep Diagnostic Center are also located on the campus, as well as swing bed services, which are available to patients who are recovering from illness or injury and require specialized care. And to help the Keys community achieve a new level of wellbeing, the 7,000-square-foot Wellness Center, offers a comprehensive line of gym equipment, exercise physiologists, group exercise classes, and personal training.