Florida-based Broward General Medical Center gets $4.5 million for women's healthcare
The Fort Lauderdale-based Lillian S. Wells Foundation has given Broward General Medical Center a $4.5 million gift that should dramatically expand breast cancer prevention and detection services the hospital offers the women of Broward County, FL. The donation is the largest single gift ever to tax-assisted Broward Health, which owns the hospital. The money will pay for construction of a new women's center and the medical equipment for it.
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