The Coral Health Coral Care Florida Medical Center in Coral Gables, Florida, will be getting a new $10 million in health care payments starting in March 2018.
The hospital received $3 million in state funding in 2016 to operate and expand its emergency room.
It was under a state contract until this year when the Florida Legislature cut off funding.
But the hospital received another $1 million in federal funds to pay for its $1.9 million budget deficit.
That meant the hospital was facing a $10.4 million emergency room budget shortfall in the fiscal year that ended in March.
Now, the hospital is on track to receive another $4 million in additional funding from the federal government starting in 2019.
The state is hoping to recoup those funds in part by increasing staff at the hospital.
But the new state funding also gives the hospital more flexibility to choose which emergency room patients it can handle.