Carlos Migoya leads Jackson Health to a full recovery
Jackson Health was on pace to lose almost half a billion dollars a year before Carlos Migoya took over. In the seven years since then, annual surpluses have reached as high as $64 million.
Within the next 18 months, Miami’s $2-billion government hospital system will wrap up a $1.8 billion in improvements and expansions. The capital spending will mean a new medical center and hospital in upscale Doral, a new rehabilitation center for the world-renowned Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, a network of urgent care centers, remodeling of two satellite hospitals, Jackson North and Jackson South, and of the main facility, Jackson Memorial in Miami.
This story also features expert opinions, business briefs and people in the news: Joe Arriola; Martha Baker; SEIU Local 1991; Don Steigman; Donn Szaro
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