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Miami Neuroscience Center at Larkin and the Epilepsy Foundation Walk the Talk
Date:3/15/2013

MIAMI (PRWEB) March 15, 2013

On Saturday, March 9, 2013 the joining of two major forces occurred. The Epilepsy Foundation of Florida and Miami Neuroscience Center at Larkin have joined to support "Walk the Talk", one of many events held by the Epilepsy Foundation and its partners.

According to the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida (EFOF) more than 375,000 Floridians suffer from epilepsy and seizure disorders and about 42,000 people die every year nationally due to seizures and other related causes. Sandy Sosa-Guerrero, Chief Executive Officer of Larkin Community Hospital felt strongly about supporting this cause. When asked to serve as a part of the board she did not hesitate and gave a resounding “Yes” She is truly one of our unsung community heroes.

“Those who suffer with this disease - and their families could live a productive life. But they need help. That is what The Miami Neuroscience Center at Larkin and Larkin Community Hospital is all about. Larkin Community Hospital is the community’s resource for healthcare need and awareness,” states Sosa-Guerrero. This CEO does not only speak from the seat of an administrator but also speaks from the experience of a nurse who had the privilege to serve many patients in the community. Not only did she foster a relationship with them but also was a critical team member in their road to recovery. Karen Egozi, CEO of the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida recognizes strength, compassion and leadership in Ms. Sosa-Guerrero and recognizes the force of Larkin Community Hospital in the community. “The Epilepsy Foundation is grateful to team up in this cause with Miami Neuroscience Center and Larkin Community Hospital. The Epilepsy Foundation of Florida is grateful to team up with Larkin Community Hospital and their many stellar neurology programs. We have seen amazing things come out of there under the leadership of my friend and now board member Sandy,” states Eg
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