South Florida Hospital News
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July 2007 - Volume 4 - Issue 1

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An innovative Hurricane Emergency Preparedness Service is now offered by a team of nurses and social workers to seniors in South Florida. After Hurricane Wilma, Rona Bartlestone Care Management & Home Healthcare responded to dozens of seniors and in...
Progressive South Florida health care organizations that seek to establish outstanding cardiovascular programs, or to transform existing ones, will now have convenient regional access to one of the nationís premier cardiovascular consulting and...
In my last column (see May issue), I wrote about the obligations of a nurse in honoring the wishes of a dying patient. This month, Iíll be covering nursing responsibilities, possible legal consequences and patient advocacy. Competent and compassionate...
During 1982, seven Chicagoans died from poisoned Tylenol, the first artificial heart was implanted in Barney Clark and end-of-life care was little more than a volunteer movement in America. Hospice was barely a blip on the healthcare radar screen. In...
Rob Lord Vice President of Legal Services and Chief Legal Officer Martin Memorial Health Systems Rob Lord was fully immersed in a successful law practice in Stuart when he got his first taste of health law. Nearly two decades later, what began as simply...
In accordance with the new EP for Standard EC.740, most hospital Plant operation engineers already know the requirements for testing emergency generators; at least once every 36 months for a minimum of 4 continuous hours. But, the engineers also need to...
A demolition crew began knocking down the first of the Agora Buildings, which are 40 years old, on Tuesday June 5, 2007. All involved with the project attended the Demolition Ceremony to celebrate the start of a long-waited moment. (l-r) Ownerís...
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