South Florida Hospital News
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August 2017 - Volume 14 - Issue 2


Ronald McDonald House Charities® of South Florida (RMHC) is unique in that many of its families come to South Florida from all over the world to receive high-quality medical treatment that may not be available in their home countries.

Natalie Lamberton, MBA/HA, FACHE, is a distinguished Healthcare Executive who was honored as one of Legacy Magazine’s Most Powerful and Influential Black Leaders for 2016. She has received numerous accolades including the American College of Healthcare Executives Regent’s Early Careerist and Distinguished Service Award in 2009 and 2013 respectively. 

Palm Beach County Medical Society Services is pleased to announce that applications for the Physician Leadership Academy (PLA) of South Florida are available. The academy, which received excellent reviews in its first year, will offer a select group of South Florida physicians:

What is your vision for your medical practice five years from now? What about 15 years from now? If you want your practice to grow in a sustainable way, there are a few things to consider.

Writers laud the sentiments of home and family in prose to signify the highest quality of relationships that we embrace in life. Health care personnel recognize that in most lives there comes a time when illness requires a hospital stay or surgery fraught with concern about medical outcomes.

When medical students think forward to careers, they usually focus on actual patient care and cure rather than the business aspects of laundry, medical waste disposal, office equipment maintenance, medical records, billing, document privacy and storage—all of which are complex, time consuming and often government regulated.

Ecuador is a beautiful South American country that borders Columbia in the north and Peru in the south. The country takes its name from the Equator, as it is one of the few countries that lies on this famous line. 

Nurse practitioners (NPs) can help meet the rising demand for health care due to older population growth, especially in underserved populations. They are highly skilled and educated clinicians dedicated to improving public health through a wide range of primary care services, providing a holistic approach that combines culture and community.

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 86 million people within the United States have pre-diabetes, which is approximately one out of every three adults. Additionally, of those 86 million Americans, nine out of 10 individuals don't even know that they have pre-diabetes. 

As President and CEO of the largest provider of post-acute health care in the nation, Benjamin Breier understands the emotional challenges that patients and family members experience when making health care decisions.

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