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University of Miami med school accepts 205 of 11,000 who apply

A projected physician shortage still looms over the US even as medical school acceptance rates hover in the single digits, but the magnitude of the shortage anticipated by the Association of American Medical Colleges has shrunk…

Opening of Jackson West in Doral finally firm

Opening of Jackson West in Doral finally firm

Jackson West Medical Center will open its doors to patients Aug. 2, while staff will be in the building starting July 12 according to CEO Eddie Borrego. The opening of…

Baptist Health creates program to meet doctors’ stress

Baptist Health creates program to meet doctors’ stress

With an increase of patient loads and long hours being contributing factors to mental and physical health issues among healthcare workers, Baptist Health South Florida has launched a new initiative…

Hospital visitor guides eased as vaccinations roll on

Hospital visitor guides eased as vaccinations roll on

As vaccinations continue to roll out throughout Miami-Dade County, hospital visitation restriction guidelines have slightly eased up at select area hospitals.  While still keeping an eye on Covid-19 positive numbers…

Enterprise Florida will lead team to Arab Health show in Dubai

Enterprise Florida will lead team to Arab Health show in Dubai

With vaccinations ramping up globally, Enterprise Florida is planning for a return of brick-and-mortar trade shows and missions that begins in Dubai in June.  Manny Mencia, senior VP of international…

United Way survey seeks to pinpoint pandemic’s impacts

United Way survey seeks to pinpoint pandemic’s impacts

Almost a year after Covid-19 struck and stalled the world, United Way of Miami-Dade has launched a Pandemic Impact Survey to measure how significantly Miami-Dade County households and small business…

Baptist Health digital overhaul hitting high gear

Baptist Health digital overhaul hitting high gear

Baptist Health South Florida’s $100 million digital overhaul continues, now with a new tech leader at the helm whose prior work for a massive media and entertainment conglomerate will inform…

Miami-Dade prods state to add teachers, police to Covid-19 vaccine list

Miami-Dade prods state to add teachers, police to Covid-19 vaccine list

Florida should expand its next round of Covid-19 vaccines to include police, firefighters, teachers, school staff, and other essential frontline workers listed by a CDC immunization advisory committee, Miami-Dade commissioners…

Telemedicine improvements to live after Covid-19 dies

Telemedicine improvements to live after Covid-19 dies

With vaccine distribution underway there may be a light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel, but local hospital leaders say the improvements in teleworking and telemedicine accelerated by the…

Miami-Dade explores self-testing kits for Covid-19

Miami-Dade explores self-testing kits for Covid-19

  By mid-January, Miami-Dade could gain another useful tool in battling the spread of Covid-19: at-home tests. Commissioners last month directed Mayor Daniella Levine Cava’s administration to explore the possibility…

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