Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami is the main campus of Miami-Dade's taxpayer-owned hospital network, Jackson Health System, which is in the midst of a 10-year renovation and expansion plan financed with $830 million in public funds. Jackson Health leaders persuaded county voters to approve public financing by promising that the upgrades would help the public hospital system compete with South Florida's private and nonprofit medical centers.
Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami is the main campus of Miami-Dade's taxpayer-owned hospital network, Jackson Health System, which is in the midst of a 10-year renovation and expansion plan financed with $830 million in public funds. Jackson Health leaders persuaded county voters to approve public financing by promising that the upgrades would help the public hospital system compete with South Florida's private and nonprofit medical centers. C.M. Guerrero el Nuevo Herald
Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami is the main campus of Miami-Dade's taxpayer-owned hospital network, Jackson Health System, which is in the midst of a 10-year renovation and expansion plan financed with $830 million in public funds. Jackson Health leaders persuaded county voters to approve public financing by promising that the upgrades would help the public hospital system compete with South Florida's private and nonprofit medical centers. C.M. Guerrero el Nuevo Herald

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