• Hurricane Season 2011

    Posted on July 27th, 2011

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    Jeff Sims

    I don’t remember Jeff Sims. He was one of hundreds of people who came through Homestead, on their own dime, with the simple impulse to help. Remarkably, he sent us the email below reflecting on his experiences. I think you will enjoy reading it.

  • Hurricane Season 2011

    Posted on July 18th, 2011

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    Surf’s up (but that’s all)

    We have Tropical Storm Bret kicking up waves all along the East Coast, good for the surfers and not a worry for anyone else.

  • Hurricane Season 2011

    Posted on July 14th, 2011

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    Outliers

    You think you know people. We work with each other everyday, sometimes for years or even decades. So what happens to us when we are put under pressure, sometimes extreme pressure?

  • Hurricane Season 2011

    Posted on June 22nd, 2011

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    Clarity

    That is quite the curriculum vitae and I wondered how much brainpower, perseverance and money it had taken to create such a highly skilled member of our society.

  • Hurricane Season 2011

    Posted on June 14th, 2011

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    The Reservoir

    We spent a half day a week ago, and yesterday, gathering together all of the leaders at Baptist Health South Florida. Our purpose was to focus on why we were one of the Fortune 100 Best Places to Work, why we are the most preferred place for doctors to practice medicine in South Florida, and how that leads to the highest clinical quality and patient satisfaction. Most importantly, how do we keep it that way, how do we protect our house!

  • Hurricane Season 2011

    Posted on June 1st, 2011

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    White Hot in Miami

    Welcome back to Weathering The Storms for 2011. First thing to talk about is Joplin, Missouri and St. John’s Hospital there. It was a worst case scenario, a total loss. In a stark reminder of the difference between a tornado and a hurricane, the hospital had exactly ten minutes to prepare for the devastating blow.

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