Florida Medical Space
              Game Changers  
           Volume II   Issue 27                                           
                                 July 5, 2013    


                         South Florida Healthcare Professionals on the Move:   

                       Promotions, Engagements, Appointments & Accolades

                                                                              From the publisher of FHIweekly,  Specialty Focus & FloridaHealthIndustry.com
Issue No.
Calendar of Current Events
MediTouch EHR Presents...
July 10 | 8-10 am

Apple Store | Galleria, Ft. Lauderdale

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Treasure Coast Healthcare Executive Network Presents...

July 18 | 5:30-8:30 pm

Jupiter Medical Center

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SFBJ Presents...

Critical Conversations in Healthcare

July 26 | 9-11 am

Downtown Ft. Lauderdale

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Recent Appointments


Broward Health North Elects New Chief of Staff


Darren Hoffberger, DO, was elected chief of the medical staff at Broward Health North (BHN) by the hospital's medical staff.


Florida Vascular Society Chooses New President


Abilio Coello, MD, Medical Director of Vascular Surgery for Baptist Cardiac & Vascular Institute, has been elected president of the Florida Vascular Society.

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Two Miami Nursing Homes Secure $28m in Financing 

Ponce Plaza
Ponce Plaza 

Plaza Health Network secured a $28 million loan on two of its Miami skilled nursing facilities.


The nonprofit financed its debt through Washington, D.C.-based Love Funding utilizing a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development program. The 30-year, fixed-rate loan covers the 98-bed Arch Plaza Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and the 147-bed Ponce Plaza Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.


Plaza Health Network is led by William Zubkoff, PhD, MPH, President and CEO. 


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Source:  SFBJ 


Delray Medical Center Surgeons Debut New Technology in Spine Surgery Using Mazor Robotics' Renaissance™

Mark Bryan
Mark Bryan

Delray Medical Center expands the way spine surgery is done with the minimally invasive Mazor Robotics' Renaissance™ guidance system. This new technology offers patients less pain and a faster recovery, allowing them to return to normal activities in a shorter time frame. Delray Medical Center is one of the first in South Florida to offer this new form of spine surgery to patients and one of the pioneers in the country to adopt this advanced technology. 

"Mazor Robotics is ushering in a new era in spine surgery, the same way laparoscopies transformed general surgery in the 1990s," says Mark Bryan, Chief Executive Officer of Delray Medical Center. "We have a strong reputation as an established leader in spine surgery as well as in adopting some of the latest technologies for patient care."  


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