Miami-based Leon Medical Centers wins high praise for healthcare plan
Miami Herald, October 2, 2009
On the eve of unveiling an $80 million expansion, Miami-based Leon Medical Centers has been lauded by Health Affairs as one of the best examples in the nation for producing quality healthcare at low costs. The article praised the clinics for emphasizing primary care and keeping costs 15%-20% below the national average.
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