Conservative Healthcare Advocate, Anthony Aguirre files for State House District 94
Palm Beach Gardens, FL- Today, Conservative Healthcare Advocate, Anthony Aguirre filed to become the next State Representative from District 94, replacing term limited State Representative Rick Roth. Aguirre has deep roots in Western Palm Beach County and a deep understanding of healthcare and the healthcare delivery system. His family also runs a charitable foundation in honor of Anthony’ s brother Christopher, to help children in need.
“The fight to keep Florida free must continue. Every Floridians must heed Governor DeSantis’ call to push back on wokeism and woke corporations that would impose their views on Floridians and their families,” Aguirre said.
“Governor DeSantis got it right and, as a professional in the healthcare industry, I will build on the healthcare and all the freedoms the Governor has brought to the forefront of political discussions,” Aguirre concluded.
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Anthony Aguirre was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey and raised in Western Palm Beach County. His father was a physician who opened his first practice in 1985 and his mother worked at the Village of Wellington Parks and Recreation Department. Anthony earned a degree in economics with a minor in Business Administration in 2006 from the Florida State University. In 2009, Anthony joined his father at MCCI, a managed care company.
There he improved patient outcomes, oversaw inpatient providers, managed contracts and spending, and improved patient satisfaction. In 2022, Anthony joined the team at Medtronic as a value based representative and payer relations consultant to improve the communication and relationship between vendor
and healthcare provider- again trying to improve patient outcomes.
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