Gov. Rick Scott signed legislation Monday requiring backup power sources in Florida nursing homes and assisted-living facilities, months after the deaths of several residents from a sweltering nursing home that lost power in a hurricane.
About two years ago, Dr. Gregory Welch's pregnant niece Jennifer was scheduled to go to a prestigious women's hospital for an induced delivery at 37 weeks. She asked him to be there when she delivered. Welch's story is part of the series "No One Is Free From Harm."
Broward Health's new president and CEO has some legal baggage. Beverly Capasso, who has served on an interim basis since May 2017, is facing second-degree misdemeanor charges for allegedly violating Florida's Sunshine Law.
21st Century Oncology, a cancer-care provider, has agreed to pay HHS $2.3 million to settle allegations that it didn't implement proper protocols to protect patient information from hackers.
Florida Hospital CEO Daryl Tol describes how his team and community rallied to deliver much-needed supplies to Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Memorial Regional Hospital saw its patient load nearly quadruple during Hurricane Irma. Food service went from serving 5,000 meals a day to 18,000.
Baptist Health South Florida exec on Hurricane Irma: 'It's not just getting through the storm, it is the aftermath'
The COO of Baptist Health South Florida took matters into his own hands when he drove directly into Hurricane Irma to evacuate a chief nursing officer from the Florida Keys.
Despite operating out of a MASH-like unit, clinicians in the Florida Keys prove that old-school medicine can still result in quality care.
Months after hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the losses at Florida and Texas hospitals are large and still not fully counted. It's still unclear when and how much aid they will receive.
Current and former officials at Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Broward Health have been accused of violating the state's open-government laws in the ousting of former interim President and CEO Pauline Grant.
Community Health Systems will sell its 120-bed hospital in Dade City, Fla., to Adventist Health System, as it previously said that it would.
Being the sole community provider is a challenge anywhere, but in a place like the Florida Keys, the burden is magnified, especially when the Atlantic Ocean is restive.