Gov. Scott Wants More Regulation Of HospitalsIn their 2016 session, the Florida legislature will consider more regulations sought by Gov. Rick Scott on the state's hospitals.
Man Found Stabbed, Tells Police He Harmed FamilyA man was rushed to the hospital Tuesday morning after being found in a parking lot with a stab wound to the chest.
Study Of Returns To The ER Suggests Lack Of Follow-Up CareNo one wants to make a repeat visit to the emergency room for the same complaint, but new research suggests it's more common than previously thought and surprisingly, people frequently wind up at a different ER the second time around.
Scott Names Hospital Panel Without Hospital ExecutivesGov. Rick Scott on Monday appointed nine people --- none of them hospital executives, and only one of whom appears to have significant medical experience --- to a commission meant to examine the economics of health care and hospitals in Florida.
Paired Kidney Program Makes Way For Successful 4-Way TransplantIt’s the first of its kind in Florida—a successful four-way paired kidney exchange transplant.
Surgical, Recovery Centers Get Aid In HouseDespite objections from the hospital industry, a House panel Tuesday approved a bill that would allow patients to stay overnight at ambulatory surgical centers and open the door for longer-term "recovery care centers."
Woman Finds Out She's Pregnant, Delivers 14-Pound Baby Weeks LaterA woman who didn’t know she was expecting until her final weeks of pregnancy gave birth to the largest baby ever delivered at a Tampa hospital.
Shark Bite Victim Views Wound As A "Badge Of Honor"Walking slowly and steadily, Lacy Webb Martin is ready to tell the story of her vacation—which quite quickly turned into a tale of survival.
FBI Makes Arrest In Armored Truck RobberyThe FBI arrested a man in connection to an armored truck robbery that left a 72-year-old guard injured last month.
Fit Friday: The Benefits Of OrthonowcareThe horn sounded off and marathoners hit the ground running. Rosanna Morales use to be one of them until a sudden injury stopped her in her tracks.
Getting A Second Medical Opinion OnlineA 25-year Johns Hopkins study has concluded that diagnostic mistakes are most costly and do more harm to patients than surgical or medication errors. That stunning finding is one of the reasons a new telemedicine service was created right here in South Florida. CBS4'S Brian Andrews introduces you to secondopinions.com
Car Crashes Into Coral Gables StorePolice said a driver was cut off by another driver and to avoid a car crash, she made an evasive maneuver right into a store.