Jackson Health System and Jackson Health Foundation to Dedicate Site for the Future José Milton Memorial Hospital
Miami, Florida, October 18, 2016 (Newswire.com) - ** MEDIA ALERT **
A groundbreaking ceremony and site dedication honoring a $10M donation made by the José Milton Foundation to construct Jackson Health System’s newest 100-bed hospital in the City of Doral. The new facility will be called José Milton Memorial Hospital. The new hospital will provide immediate access to medical care to more than 585,000 residents within 5 miles of the new hospital. The 27.3-acre medical campus will include a freestanding emergency room and urgent care center, as well as a children’s ambulatory center. More than 300 community leaders, elected officials, philanthropists, and special guests are anticipated to attend this “Blue Carpet” tented and catered event, in celebration of this important community asset.
- Jackson Health System - Carlos Migoya, President & CEO
- José Milton Foundation - Ana VeigaMilton, President; Cecil Milton,
- Trustee Members of the José Milton Foundation’s Junior Board and other Trustees
- Jackson Health Foundation - Keith R. Tribble, President & CEO
- Members of the Public Health Trust
- Representatives from the University of Miami and UHealth (University of Miami Health System)
- Elected officials representing local municipalities including the cities of Miami, Doral and Coral Gables
- Miami-Dade County Commissioners
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Requested Arrival 10:00 a.m
Program 10:30a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
AAAA Universe lot located at 7800 NW 29th Street, Doral, FL 33122
Valet Service Available
To obtain media credentials, contact Felecia Henderson at 305-585-4483.
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About Jackson Health Foundation
Jackson Health Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, is the fundraising arm for Jackson Health System, the most comprehensive healthcare provider in South Florida and the largest public hospital in the country. Through the generosity of compassionate donors, the Foundation seeks private philanthropic funds to improve Jackson’s facilities, provide the most advanced equipment and technology, and support its priority projects. Jackson Health Foundation offers several fundraising programs. They include the Golden Angel Society, the Foundation’s premier giving society; Guardian Angels, whose members are dedicated to supporting Holtz Children’s Hospital; and the IKF Wonderfund™, a global outreach program that provides medical care to children from around the world who cannot be treated in their home countries. For more information about Jackson Health Foundation, please visit www.JacksonHealthFoundation.org or call 305-585-GIVE (4483).
About José Milton Foundation
The José Milton Foundation works to continue the legacy of founder and family patriarch, José Milton, reflecting his entrepreneurial spirit, generosity, common sense, determination, fiscal responsibility, and love for South Florida with its rich cultural diversity, boundless potential, and ever-evolving skyline that flirts with the Caribbean. José Milton, a Cuban immigrant of Lebanese heritage, arrived in Miami with a dream, a brilliant mind for business, and a degree in Architecture from Universidad de la Habana. He leveraged his education and unwavering dedication to become a successful entrepreneur, developer and builder, and inspiring leader who loved South Florida, to him the most beautiful place on Earth. José Milton understood the value of education and commitment in a society free from government oppression. In addition to the many buildings and communities he developed, he left us with the José Milton Foundation and the wish that his legacy support programs and organizations in South Florida that improve quality of living, with a special focus on education, research, and healthcare. The José Milton Foundation is represented by Ana VeigaMilton, President; Trustees Cecil Milton, Frank Milton & Joseph Milton; and Junior Board Members Alec, Daniella, Diana, Eric, Jessica, Joseph, Justin, and Nicky Milton.
Source: Jackson Health Foundation