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December 2006 - Volume 3 - Issue 6

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I write this review in the waning days of 2006 as well as my term as President of the Broward County Medical Association. We have addressed numerous challenges in providing quality, affordable healthcare for all our citizens. Of particular note has been...
South Florida, like the rest of the US, is experiencing a critical shortage of registered nurses, and the problem is compounded by nursing school faculty vacancies that are actually keeping qualified applicants from gaining admission to nursing programs....
With apologies to Carl Sandburg, if "The fog comes on little cat feet," then the holidays tend to trample us like a herd of buffalo! To be honest, when Carol sent me out for some extra Halloween candy in late October, I mistakenly returned with a bag of...
The following commentary is in response to the article "Hospitals Too Slow on Heart Attacks" by Steve Sternberg that appeared in the Nov 13, 2006 issue of USA Today. You can go to the website www.usatoday.com to read the entire article. The findings...
For years, the federal government has been exploring various options to ensure that all Americans are able to receive healthcare. While everyone agrees on the need to provide health coverage, and although intentions have been good, no one has been able to...
When Holy Cross commemorated its 50th anniversary on December 8, 2005, the hospital planned to extend the celebration through December 8, 2006 – and what a year of celebration it was!
When the Frances Langford Heart Center opened on Aug. 1, it immediately began fulfilling the promise Martin Memorial Health Systems predicted it would have. Through October, physicians had already performed 204 interventional cardiac procedures, such as...
Cleveland Clinic, an Ohio-based not-for-profit internationally renowned for its multi-specialty medical care and emphasis on research and education, is now the sole owner of the Florida hospital in Weston after buying out Tenet Healthcare Corporation’s...
Fifty-two flights have been made and more than 5,000 crippled children in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico have received medical treatment, including life-altering surgeries as a result of the Yucatan Project at Barry University. In addition, more than 75...
Ryan Cimino, age 18 months, and his mother, Edith Cimino, visit with Alreca Daly, R.N.
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