Community Hospice and Palliative Care held a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday evening for its newest office in Fleming Island.
Jacksonville University on Friday named Matthew Corrigan, a political scientist, author, commentator and researcher, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
The center is guided by Director Karen Bowling and an advisory council that will select entrepreneurs that will be invited to participate in a business development program.
For the last 18 months, Trusted Health has been building out, and rolling out, a technology platform that helps nurses find jobs and negotiate pay, helps them manage credentialing and paperwork and employs contract nurses as full W2 employees to ensure they get full benefits.
I knew from a very young age that I wanted to become a healthcare professional. An anesthesiologist to be exact. I had the grades and I had the drive. However, as the youngest of seven to a single mother, I couldn't afford medical school tuition. So, my high school guidance counselor encouraged me to enroll in a licensed practical nurse course—a decision that changed my life. Six months into the program, nursing became my passion.
Job growth may be slowing this year but proponents of one industry are projecting strong growth in employment, particularly in Florida: the legal cannabis industry.
The city issued construction permits Wednesday for Baptist Health Properties Inc. to expand into Southwest Jacksonville with a free-standing 20-bed emergency center.