GEO Care"), has assumed full operation of the 200-bed South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center (the "Center") located in Miami, Florida, under an operations contract with an initial contract term of five years and three five-year renewals.
What does SFETC stand for?
SFETC stands for South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center
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NYSE:GEO): * GEO Care to Manage and Operate a new 100-Bed South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center Annex in Miami, Florida * Contract Capacity Expansions at GEO Care's South Florida State Hospital and GEO Care's South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center The GEO Group, Inc.
GEO Care"), has finalized contract negotiations with the Florida Department of Children and Families (the "Department") and executed contracts for the operation of the 200-bed South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center (the "Center") located in Miami, Florida, and for the design and development of a new 220-bed replacement facility.