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Florida Medical Center Receives Recognition

Last week was National Hospital Week.  Broward County Mayor Dale V.C. Holness presented an Official Broward County Proclamation to the staff and CEO of Florida Medical Center (FMC) on May 13th.   FMC’s CEO Jefferey Welch, and many of the healthcare workers proudly accepted the Mayor’s heartfelt thanks and words of encouragement. Mayor Holness compared healthcare workers with soldiers in a war as they fight COVID-19 with unending courage and strength. Thank you to all of those who are working in hospitals! Lauderhill appreciates all you do!

Florida medical center staff cross parking lot toward entrance with crowd applauding. 

Source: South Florida Caribbean News

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