Got back problems? Good Samaritan hospital has your back. The hospital’s parent company, Tenet Healthcare, is bringing the world-renowned Hospital for Special Surgery to West Palm Beach. In the latest out-of-area medical facility partnership with local providers, Good Sam’s parent has teamed with the Hospital for Special Surgery to open an orthopedic care center at 300 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., across from Good Sam. HSS has been rated the No. 1 hospital for orthopedics for eight consecutive years, according to U.S. News & World Report. Through a Tenet subsidiary, United Surgical Partners International, plans are to offer outpatient orthopedic care including diagnostic services, ambulatory surgery, rehabilitation and sports programs. The facility will be staffed by HSS doctors, some of whom will still work at the main campus in New York.
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The School District of Palm Beach County will observe Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day on Friday, February 2, and encourages businesses and organizations throughout Palm Beach County to show students how their classroom lessons apply in the workplace.
Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business, Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing and College of Education are listed in the 2018 U.S. News & World Report national rankings for “Best Online Graduate Programs.”
Boca Raton Regional Hospital (BRRH) is poised on the doorstep of a transformative $260 million capital project and three of its most passionate supporters made historic philanthropic gifts to demonstrate their commitment.
Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), Tenet Healthcare Corporation (“Tenet”) (NYSE:THC) and United Surgical Partners International (USPI), a Tenet subsidiary, today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement for a joint partnership to create an orthopedic care center in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Expansion Therapeutics, Inc., a new 5AM Ventures formed private company focused on the discovery and development of ribonucleic acid (RNA) targeted small molecule medicines, announced today the close of a $55.3 million Series A financing co-led by 5AM Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, Novartis Venture Fund, and Sanofi Ventures with participation from RA Capital Management and Alexandria Venture Investments. Proceeds will advance Expansion’s portfolio of small molecule drugs targeting key human disease-driving RNAs with an initial focus on expansion repeat disorders, a set of approximately 30 genetic diseases that currently have no satisfactory treatments. Expansion Therapeutics’ operations will be divided between Jupiter and San Diego. The company is expected to have eight employees in Jupiter.
Jupiter-based research institute Scripps Florida is spinning off a drug development company, Expansion Therapeutics, which on Wednesday announced it has raised $55.3 million in financing.
A Scripps Florida spinoff company announced today that in has raised $55.3 million in Series A financing to develop small molecule medicines to treat rare diseases.