Florida CS crew re-energizes for expansion

Barlow, Rick Dana
April 2012
Healthcare Purchasing News;Apr2012, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p10
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The article reports on an expansion which was conducted on the Florida Hospital Altamonte in Altamonte Springs, Florida. A discussion of work that the hospital's central service department and the department's clinical nurse manager, Brent Doherty, did to adapt to the facility's expansion is presented.


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