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American Medical Response Unveils New Coral Gables Hospital Emergency Transportation Unit Design

Jan 30, 2020

CGH Ambulance Wrap

Left to right: Henry Capote, chief financial officer at Coral Gables Hospital; Cristina Jimenez, chief operating officer at Coral Gables Hospital; Patrick Downes, CEO at Coral Gables Hospital; Jeffrey M. Welch, former CEO at Coral Gables Hospital; Pedro Iriarte, director of physician services at Coral Gables Hospital; David O’ Brien, chief nursing officer at Coral Gables Hospital; Cinthia Muñoz, quality care coordinator at American Medical Response.

Coral Gables, FL (June 23, 2015) – A new ambulance featuring “Take me to Coral Gables Hospital” messaging is now servicing Miami-Dade County. American Medical Response (AMR) emergency transportation units are committed to providing community residents with safe and efficient ground transportation to the hospital.

“We are excited that this new ambulance design will allow for greater visibility in the community,” said Patrick Downes, CEO of Coral Gables Hospital.

Hospital administrators were present to unveil the newly designed transport unit in front of Coral Gables Hospital.

For more information about Coral Gables Hospital’s emergency services or additional resources, visit or call (305) 445-8461.

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