Year in Review: First Coast's health tourism industry spurs growth

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Jacksonville’s health care providers saw a spate of expansions in 2018, helping cement the area’s status as a medical tourism destination and meeting location for medical professional. Mayo completed a “destination medical facility” in Jacksonville, partially funded with a $20 million grant from the South Florida-based Harry T. Mangurian Jr. Foundation. A new Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center is opened this summer, St. Vincent’s began working on a new $55 million facility in Riverside,...

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