Three doctors are suing Kendall Regional Medical Center for allegedly squeezing them out of a limited partnership at a discount during a merger.

Drs. Rafael Madrigal, Juan Suarez and Jorge Suarez-Menendez allege the suburban Miami hospital offered them less than half of what their shares were worth in the December 2014 merger. They believe the shares are now worth at least $2.5 million each and are asking the court for an appraisal.

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