Jackson Health System
Voters hoping to request an absentee ballot for the upcoming Miami-Dade County special election have just a few hours to contact the Miami-Dade Elections Department.
Early voting continues in Miami-Dade for a countywide special election in which voters are being asked to fund an overhaul of the Jackson Health System. Monday afternoon, the CEO of Jackson Health System cast his ballot.
Early voting begins Monday for Miami-Dade’s Special Election. On the ballot, voters are being asked if they approve of funding for the modernization and improvement of the Jackson Health System through issuance of General Obligation Bonds.
Anyone who wants to cast their ballot in the upcoming special election in Miami-Dade and hasn’t registered yet has until Monday to do so.
A nearly unanimous Miami-Dade County Commission will send an initiative to Miami-Dade County voters in a special election to fund an $830 million overhaul of the Jackson Health System, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
A campaign has been launched to raise money for a Haitian infant in need of urgent medical care here in South Florida.
Miami-Dade commissioners will be asked to call a special election this year and voters to approve millions of dollars for upgrades for Jackson Health System.
As state lawmakers debate alternatives to expanding Medicaid under the federal Affordable Care Act this week, they’ll hear from a group of doctors and nurses from Jackson Health System on the need for the expansion.
After being denied new trauma facilities, two hospitals in Miami’s Jackson Health System have filed legal challenges arguing that the Florida Department of Health made “selective” decisions about allowing new trauma facilities.
Good news for Jackson Health System is great news for South Floridians who require hospital care: Jackson approved a $1.6 billion budget Thursday.