BRADENTON, Fla. — The Miami-Dade County Commission today will review a financial crisis that has enveloped the public health system whose flagship is Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital.

The board of the Public Health Trust, which governs the health system, is facing a deficit that could be as large as $230 million. It also expects to run out of cash in less than 90 days, according to a memo last week by county manager George Burgess that outlines the current problem and debt owed by the trust.

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