Florida Medical Space
Game Changers  
 Volume III, Issue 12 | March 21, 2014  
 

  South Florida Healthcare Professionals on the Move:   

   

 Promotions, Engagements, Appointments & Accolades

From the publisher of FHIweekly,  Specialty Focus & FloridaHealthIndustry.com

Current Events Calendar  

South Florida Healthcare Networking Group presents

Networking Breakfast

March 27 | 8:15-10:00 am

University of Miami Hospital

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Palm Beach County Medical Society presents

Doctors' Day: Night at the Museum

March 29 | 6-9 pm

South Florida Science Center & Aquarium | WPB

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Tomorrow's Rainbow presents

 

4th Annual Hopeful TEARS Grief Summit

 

Fri., April 11 | 9 am - 4 pm

 

Broward Health North

 

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Medical Students in Action Prepare for Spring Trip 


Medical Students in Action (MSA), a 501 (c) (3) non-profit charitable organization travels bi-yearly to the rural villages of the Dominican Republic, providing medical and dental care as well as public health education to the under served. The medical team is led by Steven E. Chavoustie, MD, FACOG, MSA of Miami and Donato Arguelles, MD, FACC of Coral Gables. The current mission departs for the DR on March 29th.

 

All medical/dental personnel volunteer their expertise and time. In their 10th year of operation, the medical and dental teams are comprised of volunteer doctors, medical students and Carrollton Sacred Heart students. The organization relies solely on charitable donations for their medical mission. All donations go to providing medicines and supplies to the people served.

 

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Business Journal Releases List of Top S. FL Nursing Homes 


Ranked by number of beds, Hialeah Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (276) ranked fifth while another Miami-Dade facility, Unity Health and Rehabilitation Center (294), was fourth and West Palm Beach based Joseph L. Morse Geriatric Center (310) came in third. Occupying the number two and number one spots were, respectively, Broward based Sunrise Health and Rehabilitation Center (325) and Miami Jewish Health Systems (462).

 

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Source:  SFBJ 

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Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Announces Healthcare Heroes -  2014 Finalists 

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Epilepsy Foundation of Florida presents Walk the Talk - Miami

WHEN

March 22, 2014 at 8am - 11am

 

WHERE

Tropical Park

7900 SW 40th St

Miami, FL 33155

 

CONTACT

Karina Gonzalez � kgonzalez@efof.org � 305-670-4949

http://epilepsyfl.nationbuilder.com/walkmiami 

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