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8 MDs open 35,200 patient slots

8 MDs open 35,200 patient slots

The addition of eight healthcare providers – primary care physicians – has opened up about 35,200 patient slots for Jackson Health System. “We’ve done a lot of expansion in the…

Profile: Ramiro Ortiz

Profile: Ramiro Ortiz

Ramiro Ortiz makes his third appearance as a Miami Today Achiever, which may seem excessive until you consider the many roles in this community he has played. From SunTrust Bank…

Convention center upgrade rolling

Convention center upgrade rolling

Miami Beach Convention Center renovation is on schedule. Proposals for an owner’s representative have been submitted and the process is continuing for a design builder. Maria Hernandez, special assistant to…

DecoBike in downtown Miami nears

DecoBike in downtown Miami nears

The DecoBike launch to Miami is slated for October. The expansion of the bike sharing program, which launched in March 2011 on Miami Beach, was set for this summer, but…

Profile: Bernie Fernandez

Profile: Bernie Fernandez

Baptist Health South Florida is the region’s largest faith-based, not-for-profit health caresystem. Within Baptist Health are many moving parts, one of which is the relatively new Baptist Health Medical Group,…

Foreign cash flow diversifying

Foreign cash flow diversifying

Following a slowdown in foreign investment and deposits into domestic banks and stricter US tax regulations, international banking and investment is slowly returning to the area. A dip in foreign…

College strengthens China ties

Miami Dade College continues to strengthen its relationship with China through the arts and study-abroad programs. Year-to-date, there have been numerous exchanges of students, faculty and ideas. This fall semester,…

Office rents head toward old peak

Office rents head toward old peak

Office space leasing rates in downtown Miami and Brickell are rising up to reach the peak they were at before the realty market slide. While new inventory is being added,…

Profile: Jessica Goldman Srebnick

Profile: Jessica Goldman Srebnick

The development of Wynwood, begun in 2006, wasn’t Goldman Properties’ first venture in Greater Miami. Flash back almost three decades to the 1980s, when Tony Goldman began the revitalization of…

Book publishers tell South Florida stories

Book publishers tell South Florida stories

South Florida produces more than enough happenings to keep a book publisher busy for years. At the moment, there just aren’t that many local publishers to take on the stories,…

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