Regional News: SOUTH

November 2011
Modern Healthcare;11/28/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 48, p22
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This section offers U.S. south region healthcare news briefs as of November 28, 2011. Trover Health System has entered into negotiations to join five-hospital Baptist Healthcare System. Doctor Rolando Arafiles Jr. who pled guilty to misuse of official information and retaliating against two nurses, surrendered his Texas medical license, will pay a 5,000 U.S. dollar fine and spend 60 days in jail. Coral Springs Medical Center completed the second phase of its two-stage emergency room expansion.


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