After more than 15 years providing faith-based care to the community, Sister Emmanuel Hospital will close on December 1, 2018.

Sister Emmanuel Hospital will close on December 1, 2018. Mercy Hospital will be the active custodian of the hospital’s medical records effective immediately. All past patients may obtain copies of their medical records by calling Mercy Hospital’s Medical Record Department at (305) 285-2111. Medical Records Release forms are available on the Mercy Hospital website, or by clicking on the links, below.

Upon completion, please mail your Authorization to:

Tampa HCA Shared Service Center
HIM Shared Services- Centralized Release of Information
6451 126th Avenue North
Largo, FL 33773
Phone: (866) 463-7272
Fax: (855) 446-6008
Email

In order to verify your identification and validate your authorization, we require that you include a legible copy of a valid photo I.D. (e.g., driver's license, military I.D. or state I.D.), and a telephone number.

For all Insurance, Attorney, Disability and Third Party Requests, please visit the Mercy Medical Records page.

Continued Care

Mercy Hospital continues to provide exceptional, high-quality care to patients in Miami-Dade County.

Mercy Hospital

3663 S Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33133
(305) 854-4400

Mercy’s presence on the shores of Biscayne Bay is evidence of a commitment that began in the 1940′s. As Miami’s population grew during and after World War II, there was a pressing need for additional hospital beds in the metropolitan area. The Diocese of St. Augustine, then the diocese for all of Florida, answered the call. The church acquired a large parcel of swampy land south of the Villa Vizcaya and began a fundraising effort that received tremendous support from all of Miami’s residents. Collections were taken door-to-door, in movie theaters and even public schools. Construction began in 1946 and four years later Mercy Hospital opened its doors on December 18, 1950, with 125 much-needed beds. The hospital staff was provided by the Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Augustine, who assumed sponsorship of Mercy from the Diocese in 1966.