Miami hospital reconsiders parking fee hike
Miami Herald, January 10, 2008
Bombarded by complaints from patients and staffers, Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami said it may rescind its doubling of its parking fees that began on the first of the year. The hospital cited major capital needs as the main reason for the rate increases. The hospital provided approximately a half-billion dollars' worth of charity care in 2007.
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