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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Former University of Miami president Donna Shalala is out of the hospital after suffering a stroke.

Shalala released a statement Wednesday evening saying, “I’m out! Thanks to the amazing work of the stroke team—doctors and nurses—at Mount Sinai Roosevelt and the Mount Sinai Health System. Today I am feeling strong and ready to get back to work. I’ve been deeply moved by the outpouring of well wishes I’ve received these last few days from friends and colleagues. I was lucky to be in a great city with a first class stroke program close enough to reverse my condition. That is the lesson for everyone. If you have symptoms don’t wait to get help.” 

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She suffered the stroke last month, while leaving a meeting in New York.

Shalala left her post as the UM president earlier this year to become president and CEO of the Clinton Global Initiative, a foundation which seeks solutions to international problems.