Heart of Florida Health Center Appoints New Chief Medical Officer
Ocala, FL – Heart of Florida Health Center, (HFHC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Dorsey, MD as Chief Medical Officer.
Dr. Dorsey Serves as the Program Director of UCF/HCA’s Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Dorsey received his BS in Microbiology and Molecular Biology from UCF and his MD from St. Georges University. He completed his residency training at University of Florida. He has a passion for Family Medicine from infants to elderly as well as Medical Student and Resident Education. He maintains hospital privileges at Ocala regional medical center and continues to serve as a Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy Reserves.
About Heart of Florida Health Center
Heart of Florida Health Center is a federally qualified nonprofit health center (FQHC) founded in 2009 as a successor to Community Health Services Inc. Its mission is to improve the overall health status of Marion County residents by providing quality primary medical, dental and mental health services. HFHC has eight (10) sites: HFHC Belleview, HFHC Central, HFHC Dunnellon, HFHC Main, HFHC Reddick, HFHC SW-Marion Oaks, HFHC Ocala West, Beacon Point, College Park elementary, and Pine Drive-thru Pharmacy.
Heart of Florida Health Center
2553 E. Silver Springs Boulevard
Ocala, FL 34470
Heart of Florida Health Center, recognized nationally as a patient centered medical home and as a Quality Leader in the top 30% Clinical Outcomes. Its vision is to be the Provider of the highest quality, affordable, patient-centered primary health care in Marion County.