Marion County community members and providers of health-related services are invited to share their views on health and healthcare by taking a 10-minute survey. Survey results, along with local health data, will be used to develop a Community Health Needs Assessment. This report will identify the most pressing health issues in the county and serve as a tool for community leaders to take actions towards a healthier community. Your voice matters!
Carali McLean, LCSW, Director of Quality, Risk Management, and Compliance featured in WUFT’s “Greater Good” on PBS
Carali McLean, LCSW, Director of Quality, Risk Management, and Compliance, was recently featured in WUFT’s “Greater Good” on PBS in a segment on NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
The Ocala Star Banner has published an article about our new Ocala Headquarters.
Heart of Florida Health Center’s CEO named Man of Influence 2020.
Great news for Marion County!
Heart of Florida Health Center is excited to announce increased appointment access with the OPENING of our NEW HFHC MAIN LOCATION and the expansion of our HFHC Central Location!CONTINUE READING >
Ocala Style has a new article that details the local impact of Covid-19 and the ways that our local health community is responding. In the article, our CEO Jamie Ulmer is quoted as follows:
“These last few weeks have been a true testament to the commitment and dedication that every one of our Heart of Florida Health Center employees have to this organization and community. We have provided necessary access to healthcare including dental, as well as screening and testing HFHC and non-HFHC patients for the coronavirus, ultimately ensuring our hospitals can stay focused on COVID-19 patients,” he offered. “We are proud to be a part of the incredible team of healthcare providers, organizations, and local officials caring for and keeping the residents of Marion County well and safe.”
Read the full article here.
Ocala, FL. (April 18, 2019) — The Ocala Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association congratulates several local professionals for excellence in public relations and communications. In all, 17 Image awards were given to various professionals from Marion County, Lake County and the Volusia/Flagler area. Additionally, the 2019 Wilton F. Martin Communicators of the Year were named during the PRospecting for Gold event on Wednesday, April 18 at the Ocala Downtown Market. Listed are the Image winners:
The following interview comes courtesy of CEP Network.
How has the CEP helped your business grow?
The CEP pro- vides critical information about our comprehensive primary care services through the relocation guide and helps us recruit and hire executives and healthcare providers through innovative program- ming. The relocation guide has enabled us to share and offer knowledge of our vast amount of healthcare services to adults and children throughout Marion County and surrounding areas to new residents.
The health center can now dispense medications at significant discounts to its uninsured patients and help cover co-pays for its insured patients.
When Niel Scala had to leave his job in law enforcement due to medical reasons, he lost his health insurance.