Why Clinical Transformation and Hospital of the Future (HoF) together?

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Andy Day and Marcia Peterson discuss how to achieve better performance at a lower cost by aligning staffing, technology and operations.

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  • SANDY TREVES CRA, CRC, RT, MA December 11, 2016 1:02 PM

    Hello Mr. Day and Ms. Peterson,

    I am a very diverse Medical Employee seeking a long term position with-in the Keys. I am looking to move there contingent upon securing a position which I ca grow or be multiple disciplines.
    May I forward you my Resume / CV.
    I grew up in Largo as a kid and Palm and Miami Beach, wanting to retire there in the future. My Medical Career background is on LINKEDIN...feel free to see if I might be a wonderful fit there.

    Hoping to hear favorably to meet in the near future. I will be there the 31 on a Cruise perhaps I can call you or meet in person then.

    Thanking you in advance,

    Sandy Treves CRC, CRA, RT, MA, LAB TECH

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