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December 2004 - Volume 1 - Issue 5

America spends more than twice the per capita dollars of any country on health care, yet consistently ranks in the lower half of the industrialized world in infant mortality and other measures of public health.
Sometimes physical rehabilitation requires holding hands and sometimes it requires letting go.
Much to be Thankful for
If there’s one thing Ralph Aleman brings to his position as president and chief executive officer of Palmetto General Hospital in Hialeah, it’s perspective.
Successfully balancing a family and a career remains a constant challenge for women.
The polls are closed and the elections are finally over. No industry in Florida has been more affected by the recent elections than healthcare.
This was the headline on MSNBC on September 12, 2004. The article reported that hospitals were seeing an epidemic of ‘Clinton syndrome’ as worried, middle-aged men rushed to get their tickers checked.
Are you a physician who has enjoyed the generosity of a pharmaceutical manufacturer?
Many clinics offer therapy for patients suffering from psychiatric disorders, but the founders of Healthy Connections Community Mental Health Center, Inc. believe their Center is distinctive.
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