In keeping with its goal of providing convenient access to its services in every part of Miami-Dade County, Dade County Federal Credit Union celebrated the grand opening of its newest branch, located at Miami Children’s Hospital (MCH), on Monday, June 27.
Dade County Federal Board of Directors and staff, MCH executives, and a representative from Miami-Dade County District 6 Commissioner Rebecca Sosa’s office were on hand for a ribbon cutting and luncheon. Communications director of Commissioner Sosa’s office Ivonne Perez-Suarez delivered a proclamation in support of Dade County Federal and welcoming the branch to MCH.
The credit union now operates 13 offices in Miami-Dade County, including its mobile branch.
“We are very proud of our newest office here in Miami Children’s Hospital,” said George Joseph, president and CEO of Dade County Federal. “Miami Children’s Hospital is one of the finest hospitals in the country, and we are so pleased to be associated with this incredible organization.”
The new office, the credit union’s second branch located within a hospital (Dade County Federal also maintains a branch at Jackson Memorial), offers all of the traditional banking and lending services such as savings, checking, credit card and investment accounts as well as home mortgages and lines of credit. Conveniently adjacent to MCH’s cafeteria, the office offers financial consulting during convenient hours of operation, Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-4 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon.
Dade County Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial institution that is owned by the members and operated exclusively for their benefit. For more information, visit online at www.dcfcu.org.