South Florida Hospital News
Thursday August 6, 2020

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June 2006 - Volume 2 - Issue 12

If all the predictions about the rise of consumerism in health care come to fruition, then a soon to be launched web service called may have positioned itself in the ‘sweet spot’ of the future health care marketplace.
"Aging in place" may be a trend in eldercare, but there is nothing trendy about wanting a place to call home and wanting to remain there—especially as you age or your health declines. Assisted Living Facilities have done a wonderful job over the years...
Many small businesses owners are finding it difficult to provide adequate retirement for themselves through company sponsored retirement plans.
For more than 19 years, Errand Express has provided courier services for clients all over Florida. Now that the business has moved into a new facility located in Palm Beach, they plan to offer even more services to their customers, including secure...
For the last several years, hospitals nationwide have struggled to find qualified cardiovascular program leaders who possess the right skill set – a mix of clinical knowledge and business savvy. Placed in the right program, these hard-to-find executives...
By 2025, 64 percent more people in Florida will suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, according to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Broward General Medical Center, the first hospital in Broward County, opened in January 1938 in the Granada Hotel Building on Southeast First Avenue. The facility contained 45-beds, one operating room, one delivery room and one x-ray machine. The building...
To say South Florida has experienced active hurricane seasons the past couple of years would be a severe understatement. But if there is one good thing to take away from the turbulent skies that have plagued the area the last two summers, it’s that the...
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