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  • Orlando Regional and Miami-Dade HMO ready for contract war

     
    By Jim Saunders, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — A Coral Gables-based HMO and a major Orlando hospital system are locked in a nasty contracting dispute that is about to land on the doorsteps of Central Florida residents. Simply...
  • Name change: Florida Hospital College now Adventist University

     
    Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences has a new name. Effective today, the school will be called Adventist University of Health Sciences, announced David Greenlaw, current and founding president of the college, which turns 20 in October. The name...
  • Gov. Rick Scott visits News 13’s ‘Political Connections’

     
    The guest list this weekend for local public-affairs programs: ***Gov. Rick Scott talks to “Political Connections,” which airs at 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday on Central Florida News 13. News 13's Ybeth Bruzual asks Scott about this year's...
  • Orange students can get free sports physicals tomorrow

     
    Orange County students can get a free sports physical tomorrow during an event being organized by the Florida Citrus Sports Foundation, St. Michael’s Episcopal Church and Florida Hospital. The physicals, required to participate in public-school...
  • Winter Park school for disabled students wins grant, hosts event with Magic

     
    A Winter Park private school for children with cerebral palsy and other motor disabilities has won a $100,000 grant from the Orlando Magic Youth Foundation. The Conductive Education Center of Orlando offers a blend of education and therapy known as...
  • Tuesday Morning Reads: Redistricting, guns and Adam Putnam

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and welcome to this edition of the morning reads. It's a full day today in Tallahassee with the Senate looking at redistricting on the floor today. So to get you read, here are five stories you should be reading this...
  • A&H Maitland gala, Evening in the Grove, is Sunday, Oct. 16

     
    Evening in the Grove, the annual benefit for the Art & History Museums-Maitland, is this Sunday, Oct. 16. Community leader Dick Batchelor will host the citrus-themed gala, which honors U.S. Congressman John Mica. “An inspirational community leader,...
  • Bithlo kids get new bikes, helmets

     
    As part of an effort to transform the Bithlo community, Florida Hospital's emergency doctors group, Florida Emergency Physicians, has donated new bicycles to students at Orange County Academy, a private school aimed at low-income students. The students...
  • X-way’s risky bond deals – No, everyone did NOT do it that way

     
    Today's paper carried a story — “Expressway bonds downgraded” — where leaders of the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority tried to claim that the risky bond deals they struck were really just standard practice in local...
  • Healthy 100 Kids joins WebMD and Sanford Health’s Fit Initiative to reach more kids

     
    Two hundred school kids gathered Tuesday on the front lawn of the Walt Disney Pavilion of Florida Hospital to celebrate the launch of the bigger, better Healthy Kids 100 Program. As the kids moved through four interactive stations, they learned about...
  • Many of Fla.’s biggest businesses say they’re neutral on casinos

     
    Two of Florida’s biggest business-lobbying groups, the Florida Chamber of Commerce and the Florida Retail Federation, have now come out in opposition to legislation that would allow the construction of three huge, “destination resort”...