Indian River Memorial Hospital Inc
Rating: 1 stars 1 1 review 422
1000 3th Street Vero Beach FL 32960 USA
Indian river medical center serves as the area's leading provider of comprehensive high quality health and medical services, and improves the health and well-being of the people and communities we serve.
Indian river medical center is a 339-bed hospital in vero beach, florida. In fiscal year 2014, the hospital had 14,410 admissions. Services were provided for 61,882 patient days. The hospital had 531 volunteers who worked 79,122 hours during the year. More than 57,000 people are seen each year in its state-of-the-art emergency department. The medical center's three largest program services are heart, cancer and orthopedics. The heart center, affiliated with duke medicine and opened in 2006, treated over 2,000 patients during the year. Its outstanding surgical outcomes have earned it top recognition from the society of thoracic surgeons, who named it one of the best cardiac surgery programs in america. Dr. Stowe, medical director of cardiovascular surgery services, is recognized as one of the top 1% of thoracic surgeons in the united states. The cancer program affiliated with duke medicine in 2012, with the goal of bringing world-class cancer treatment close to the home of patients we serve. (continued in schedule o)
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This hospital should be closed. They take foundation money people like me gave and give it to the CEO for his retirement paln over the past few years they have given Jeff Susie millions. I gave money to this hospital for 8 years, found out about this from the 2005 tax return and have never gave another dime. I was giving money to support the ED and new Heart center not the CEO's wallet fund.
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I watched a very good hospital go down the tubes.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
get rid of the CEO Jeff Susie.