Carlos Migoya, Jackson's chief executive, talks to Miami-Dade commissioners in 2013 about a request from the Public Health Trust to ask voters to approve a $830 million bond to fund improvements to the hospital system's aging facilities.
Carlos Migoya, Jackson's chief executive, talks to Miami-Dade commissioners in 2013 about a request from the Public Health Trust to ask voters to approve a $830 million bond to fund improvements to the hospital system's aging facilities. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff
Carlos Migoya, Jackson's chief executive, talks to Miami-Dade commissioners in 2013 about a request from the Public Health Trust to ask voters to approve a $830 million bond to fund improvements to the hospital system's aging facilities. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald Staff

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