Miami Beach again seeks housing for nurses
Miami Herald, January 22, 2008
The city of Miami Beach and Mount Sinai Medical Center have again joined forces to try to obtain state financing to build workforce housing for nurses at the hospital's main campus. The goal is to get $5 million in state money to cover a portion of the costs associated with renovating two floors of an existing hospital building into rental apartments for nurses. The new housing would be a tool for attracting new nurses and retaining current ones.
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