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Coronavirus: How full are the hospital beds in South Florida?

Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration is providing updated numbers for the hospital beds and ICU beds that remain available throughout the state.
Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration is providing updated numbers for the hospital beds and ICU beds that remain available throughout the state.

PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – One of the greatest concerns of the coronavirus pandemic is whether hospitals will have enough capacity.

Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration has been providing updated numbers for the hospital beds and intensive care unit beds that remain available by hospital and by county.

As this data will frequently change, click here to see the most up-to-date numbers provided by the AHCA.

“This publicly reported data will be a critical statewide resource for anticipating individual hospital needs and monitoring bed availability across Florida,” Mary Mayhew, secretary of the AHCA, said in a statement. “Hospital admissions and discharges are a fluid situation, and the reporting of bed availability and census will help inform emergency management decisions and coordinated local and statewide response in the event of hospital surge scenarios.”

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