Parent company of Villages Regional Hospital honored with fifth straight workplace award

Central Florida Health, the 636-bed not-for-profit healthcare system comprised of The Villages Regional Hospital and Leesburg Regional Medical Center, is included in the new list, “150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare 2019.”

The list was compiled by Becker’s Hospital Review and highlights hospitals, health systems and healthcare companies that promote diversity within the workforce, employee engagement and professional growth.

Central Florida Health, parent company of The Villages Regional Hospital and Leesburg Regional Medical Center, is included in the new list, ‘150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare 2019,’ which was compiled by Becker’s Hospital Review.

“This honor reflects our clinicians’ and non-clinical associates’ commitment to the communities we serve,” said Amie Richason, vice president of human resources at Central Florida Health. “Our team’s dedication to providing high-quality, safe patient care, coupled with our leadership team’s cultivation of a positive work environment, makes Central Florida Health an outstanding place to build a healthcare career.”

The organizations featured on the list – this marks Central Florida Health’s fifth appearance – offer benefits and opportunities for employees to build successful careers above and beyond the average healthcare provider or company. They encourage professional development and promote leadership from within. And many members of the list offer unique wellness and personal benefits to ensure employees strike a positive work/life balance.

“We place an extremely high importance on the satisfaction, growth and happiness of our team members,” Richason said. “Our unique wellness and personal benefits at Central Florida Health place us among some of the most prestigious healthcare organizations in the country.”

Central Florida Health is a locally owned and governed not-for-profit healthcare system and the largest, most comprehensive provider of healthcare services in the region. The agency provides services to Lake, Sumter and Marion counties through inpatient acute hospital services at The Villages Regional Hospital and Leesburg Regional Medical Center, inpatient rehabilitation services at TVRH Rehabilitation Hospital and diagnostic laboratory services at several locations. To learn more, visit www.CentralFloridaHealth.org.

More Headlines

25 more Villagers test positive for COVID-19 as virus claims 2 Lake County residents

Twenty-five more Villagers have tested positive for COVID-19 and two Lake County residents have succumbed to the virus as it continues to slam assisted living facilities, Florida’s Friendliest Hometown and the communities that surround it.

Mayor suggests sealing off La Zamora gate to cure Chula Vista headaches

The mayor of Lady Lake has suggested sealing off the gate at the Village of La Zamora could solve traffic problems on Chula Vista Avenue.

Photos

Rainbow Cloud Above The Villages Of Parkwood

Check out this beautiful rainbow cloud above The Villages of Parkwood. Thanks to Denise Walters for sharing! Share your local photos with us at https://villages-news.com/contact-us!

Glowing Sunset Near Hogeye Preserve

Check out this glowing sunset captured near Hogeye Preserve. Thanks to Victoria Ascione for sharing! Share your local photos with us at https://villages-news.com/contact-us!

Roseate Spoonbill On A Pond In The Village Of Hemingway

Check out these roseate spoonbills on a pond in the Village of Hemingway. Thanks to Kirk Freundt for sharing! Share your local photos with us...

Letters to the Editor

Response from Minnesota to Donald Simson’s Letter to the Editor

A Minnesota resident says he had never heard about The Villages until President Trump’s re-tweet of the “white power” chant at a golf cart rally. Now he has something to say about Florida’s Friendliest Hometown. Read his Letter to the Editor.

Business

Two Cody’s Original Roadhouse locations preparing to reopen in The Villages

Two of the three Cody’s Original Roadhouse locations in The Villages are preparing to reopen Wednesday amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Crime

Summerfield man jailed after nasty battle with lady friend over Facebook post

A Summerfield man was arrested Sunday after a nasty altercation with his battered lady friend over a Facebook post.

Opinions

The Villages no longer Florida’s Friendliest Hometown

Villager Miles Zaremski, writing in an Opinion piece, makes the case that The Villages is no longer Florida’s Friendliest Hometown.

Top Stories

T&D companies took government money in COVID-19 response

A spreadsheet from the Small Business Administration has revealed that at least three subsidiaries of the T&D conglomerate of companies took money in the federal government’s response to the COVID-19 crisis.

25 more Villagers test positive for COVID-19 as virus claims 2 Lake County residents

Twenty-five more Villagers have tested positive for COVID-19 and two Lake County residents have succumbed to the virus as it continues to slam assisted living facilities, Florida’s Friendliest Hometown and the communities that surround it.

Mayor suggests sealing off La Zamora gate to cure Chula Vista headaches

The mayor of Lady Lake has suggested sealing off the gate at the Village of La Zamora could solve traffic problems on Chula Vista Avenue.

Letters to the Editor

Response from Minnesota to Donald Simson’s Letter to the Editor

A Minnesota resident says he had never heard about The Villages until President Trump’s re-tweet of the “white power” chant at a golf cart rally. Now he has something to say about Florida’s Friendliest Hometown. Read his Letter to the Editor.

Do we have to sacrifice golf cart rallies?

A Village of Monarch Grove resident, in a Letter to the Editor, wonders if one bad apple will cost Villagers the right to stage golf cart parades.

Not all bicyclists are obeying traffic laws

A Village of Caroline resident was traveling in a golf cart when he noticed a bicyclist who did not stop at a red light. He describes what happens in a Letter to the Editor

Crime

Summerfield man jailed after nasty battle with lady friend over Facebook post

A Summerfield man was arrested Sunday after a nasty altercation with his battered lady friend over a Facebook post.

Driver with suspended license arrested in roundabout at Village of Charlotte gate

A Summerfield man driving a pickup towing a trailer was arrested when he was caught driving on a suspended license after a crash near the gate at the Village of Charlotte. 

Oxford woman lands behind bars after altercation with man friend

An Oxford woman landed behind bars after an altercation with her man friend.