Personal care from med students to help Miami Gardens families
Miami Herald, April 13, 2009
Through a partnership with Florida International University and the city of Miami Gardens, families in need of healthcare will get personalized attention from students of the school's new College of Medicine. The school will pair the 40 students in the school's inaugural class with an individual family. After their first year, and for the remaining three years of the four-year program, the students will look after all of their assigned family's healthcare needs.
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