Miami-based Jackson Health System may close clinics, nursing homes
Miami Herald, September 17, 2009
Needing to present a balanced budget for Miami-Dade County Commission's approval, Miami-based Jackson Health System is proposing to close two primary care centers, both of its nursing homes, outsource inmate healthcare, and reduce support to other entities that care for the poor and uninsured. Some doctor services at Jackson Memorial may also be curtailed, Jackson Health System officials said.
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