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Where We Work



Living in Miami is an unrivaled experience.


Our residents enjoy year-round South Florida weather in a beautiful city. Not only is Miami diverse, our Jackson residents have roots all over the world! Our multicultural program serves as a reflection of our city and the people we serve, and it is what allows our residents to become successful family physicians wherever they go.


​Brickell is our financial center of Miami and one of the most popular places for residents to live. Its apartments and condos are famous for their world-class amenities, and unforgettable views and skylines of Biscayne Bay and greater Miami. For those looking for an urban center with a vibrant restaurant and bar scene, Brickell is ideal and close to our medical center. The Metrorail runs through Brickell for direct access to both our medical campus and Miami airport. 




​Coral Gables and Coconut Grove's quiet residential areas have the most neighborhood-type feel in Miami. Nightlife is centered around CocoWalk, an open-air plaza with bars, great restaurants and shopping, as well as Miracle Mile. Historic areas like The Biltmore and the University of Miami undergraduate campus make this spot attractive to young families. Our hospital is accessible by Metrorail or a short commute by car.



Downtown Miami's condos are popular among residents and not far from our medical campus. Downtown has large department stores, supermarkets, dining options, and night life, as well as parks with waterfront views and high rise condos on the bay. Nightlife encompasses concerts and games at the American Airlines Arena, shows at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, and Bayside's shops and restaurants.




"It is now the city's most exciting stretch, with bustling restaurants and a diverse shopping scene all welcoming to a diverse set of people—hipsters, artists, and families alike. In the span of four blocks you can see murals by famous street artists, eat some of Miami's best food, and browse its funkiest of boutiques." - Conde Naste Traveler.  A short commute to/from the hospital, it offers spectacular views of the bay. Don't miss our world renowned Wynwood Walls and Art Basel's international art festival.



In contrast to what we may see in the movies, residents of SoBe see it more as a quiet ocean-side community. People-watch on Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road, jog along South Pointe Park and the beach, and enjoy free outdoor concerts and movies at the New World Symphony.


Miami is one of the greatest cultural melting pots

in the world to live and work.

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