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Division of Public Relations and Marketing Communications
Nova Southeastern University
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7796

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HCA East Florida and NSU Join Forces to Create Research and Medical Center

From left to right: Jacqueline Travisano, M.B.A., CPA, NSU executive vice president and COO, George L. Hanbury II, Ph.D., NSU President and CEO, Rolando Norman, NSU 2nd year nursing student and full faculty chair of Nursing Student Association,  Michael G. Joseph, HCA East Florida President and CEO, Zasha Erskine, NSU 2nd year nursing student and president of Nursing Student Association, and Ralph V. Rogers Jr., Ph.D., executive vice president of Academic Affairs.

From left to right: Jacqueline Travisano, M.B.A., CPA, NSU executive vice president and COO, George L. Hanbury II, Ph.D., NSU President and CEO, Rolando Norman, NSU 2nd year nursing student and full faculty chair of Nursing Student Association, Michael G. Joseph, HCA East Florida President and CEO, Zasha Erskine, NSU 2nd year nursing student and president of Nursing Student Association, and Ralph V. Rogers Jr., Ph.D., executive vice president of Academic Affairs.

A press conference was held on Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) campus on Monday, Sept. 23 to announce that HCA East Florida is filing a Certificate of Need (CON) with the Agency for Health Care Administration requesting approval to build and operate a hospital of up to 100 beds which will significantly enhance teaching and research on NSU’s main campus. The proposed hospital, which will grow to become a major academic medical and research facility, will be privately owned by HCA East Florida. The announcement was picked up by several media outlets including WPLG Local 10, The Sun Sentinel, and The Miami Herald. To view the full story and see coverage of the press conference, click on the following links: WPLG (ABC Local 10) Broadcast , The Sun SentinelThe Miami Herald