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Senator turns her office into a healthcare "marketplace of information"

Responding to the rocky start of Obamacare's online healthcare exchange, Senator Eleanor Sobel (D- Hollywood)  said she's doing her part to help Floridians enroll in health plans by making sure her consistuents have accurate, up to date information about their healthcare options.

Beginning October 1st until enrollment ends on March 2014, "We will work to be an informational clearing house where we will provide constituents with information to keep them informed about important updates," Sobel said. 

The Senator said her office will be a resource for connecting people with Navigators, community healthcare groups and Web and toll-free resources, as well as helping them choose the right insurance.  

For assistance, visit the “Old” Library, 2600 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, Florida33020 or call 954-924-3693, or email the Senator at.eleanor@flsenate.gov.




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