My, how times change. In 1944, Americans were swinging to the big bands sound of Jimmy Dorsey and his orchestra, while the bobby-soxers were causing near-riots over a new solo singing sensation named Frank Sinatra.
Carlos Reyes has always been interested in helping his community. It’s likely that many of the people with whom he grew up in Miami and Hollywood would, if asked, recall him as a "model citizen."
There’s an old adage that goes, "The harder I work, the luckier I get." That just might help explain the success enjoyed by Ana Mederos, chief executive officer of Hialeah Hospital, whose commitment to excellence has earned her a reputation as one of Sout
Raising funds to establish or benefit programs and services in the hospital environment takes on many forms. Foundations and auxiliaries work year-round to plan and present all types of activities.
Hello, South Florida! Welcome to the premiere issue of South Florida Hospital News.
There are some years that stand out in history. 1066. 1776. 1865. 1921. Why 1921?
For every nurse, there’s at least one patient who stands out.
To paraphrase the old EF Hutton commercial, when Quint Studer talks, people in health care listen. And with good reason.
On Saturday evening, March 6, a number of guests packed the Wally Findlay Gallery in Palm Beach for the launch of the National Hospice Foundation (NHF)’s new development campaign, The Art of Caring, which seeks to promote a greater understanding of hospic
Gracie is a 5 year old with an extremely rare genetic disorder: Mitochondrial cytochrome c reductase.