Mount Sinai Health System opens new Florida medical practice — 4 insights

New York City-based Mount Sinai Health System opened Mount Sinai Doctors Palm Beach (Fla.) focused on bringing primary care, cardiology, gastroenterology and ophthalmology services to the area.

Here's what you should know:

1. Gonzalo Loveday, MD, will serve as the practice's medical director. It'll be serviced by nine other physicians.

2. The practice will cater to patients who frequently travel between New York City and Palm Beach.

3. The expansion is part of Mount Sinai's attempt to grow its national healthcare presence.

4. Mount Sinai Health Network President Arthur Klien, MD, said, "The staff and clinical leadership at Mount Sinai Doctors Palm Beach have been carefully chosen from a large pool of national applicants and are dedicated to providing comprehensive, highest-quality care to their patients. We are proud to provide the resources of our nationally and internationally recognized academic health care system to benefit the residents and businesses of Palm Beach County."

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