Cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Kristine Guleserian, left, and her team check on one of the three infants with heart issues that were medically evacuated from Puerto Rico to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital immediately after Hurricane Maria ravaged the island on Monday, October 2, 2017. Under funding proposals being discussed in Tallahassee, Nicklaus Children’s could lose $10.5 million in the next budget year.
Cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Kristine Guleserian, left, and her team check on one of the three infants with heart issues that were medically evacuated from Puerto Rico to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital immediately after Hurricane Maria ravaged the island on Monday, October 2, 2017. Under funding proposals being discussed in Tallahassee, Nicklaus Children’s could lose $10.5 million in the next budget year. C.M. GUERRERO cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com
Cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Kristine Guleserian, left, and her team check on one of the three infants with heart issues that were medically evacuated from Puerto Rico to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital immediately after Hurricane Maria ravaged the island on Monday, October 2, 2017. Under funding proposals being discussed in Tallahassee, Nicklaus Children’s could lose $10.5 million in the next budget year. C.M. GUERRERO cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com

Millions at stake for South Florida safety-net hospitals as budget negotiations begin

February 27, 2018 05:45 PM