South Florida Hospital News
Thursday July 9, 2020

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July 2020 - Volume 17 - Issue 1


CBRE, Inc., and Fisher Auction Company are pleased to offer a rare “Value Add” opportunity, the Online Auction of The Tower at Avery Place, an 8-story tower that is prominently located along South Florida’s very busy Federal Highway (US-1) in Pompano Beach, Florida.

Although we all feel the impact of the pandemic, it is our most vulnerable populations that are the hardest hit. You know this, and you have a good plan for COVID-19, and now hurricane season is here, having begun on June 1 in the Atlantic/Caribbean. Governmental entities, including health departments and health care providers throughout South Florida

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused physicians to make many alterations in their practices; increasing their reliance on telemedicine, restricting patients’ access to the practice’s office, and reducing staff. Many medical practices have been operating at less than “full speed” for the past four or five months. Now, the situation appears to be changing.

As social distancing is creating a new hurdle for many, particularly ill children, to overcome, Palm Beach Symphony and Creative Arts Therapies of the Palm Beaches are giving them something to sing about, through a partnership called Nurturing Notes.

COVID-19 continues to be an ongoing global health emergency. Caused by the coronavirus known as SARS-CoV-2, this infectious disease leaves many questions unanswered, including a true understanding of how coronavirus is spread — and if the virus is present in semen.

As businesses begin to open back up, employers are facing a myriad of issues pertaining to employee and patient safety. Some employees are ready to work but are afraid of contracting the virus; others may refuse to follow CDC guidelines, despite these rules being in place to ensure a safe reopening.

Growing up as a kid, although I loved going to the doctor, I absolutely hated going to the dentist. The fluoride treatments, the sharp instruments and what I thought was toothpaste mixed with sand was all I could take. Fortunately for me (and definitely my mother), after watching me squirm, pout, and protest 

Wanda Phillips is the Administrative Director for Surgical Services at Delray Medical Center. In her role, Phillips works on the long-term strategy plans for the surgical and procedural departments at the hospital. During her time at Delray Medical Center, Phillips has held several administrative roles including positions in the medical, surgical and telemetry patient units.

Kim Cole is the Chief Financial Officer for West Boca Medical Center, and has over 20 years of experience working in the healthcare industry as a licensed CPA. As CFO, Cole’s responsibilities include the financial planning, performance and financial management of the hospital. 

As the Chief Operating Officer, Jerad Hanlon manages the daily operations and oversees the development and implementation of performance metrics, and establishes clinical operational objectives for St. Mary’s Medical Center & the Palm Beach Children’s Hospital. Hanlon comes to St. Mary’s from sister hospital Delray Medical Center

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