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  • Darcy J. Davis, CEO of the Health Care District of Palm Beach County, Honored as One of Florida’s Top Women-Led Businesses - The Commonwealth Institute Florida (TCI-FL), a network of successful business and professional women driving our community came together on June 14th to honor Florida’s Top 100 Women-Led Businesses at its 17th annual luncheon. The event, which took place at the Hyatt Regency Miami, celebrated the achievements of women who are leading the charge to the top of their industries in companies across the state. Darcy J. Davis, CEO of the Health Care District of Palm Beach County, was among the honorees. Ranked eleventh on the list of 100, Ms. Davis is among the 15 percent of healthcare CEO’s nationwide who are women.
  • Health Care District to Offer Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine to Young Children - The Health Care District of Palm Beach County is now scheduling pediatric patient visits beginning on Tuesday, June 28th with a C. L. Brumback Primary Care Clinics’ pediatrician in order to receive the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for children five months through six years of age. Based on availability, these appointments would be for established pediatric patients or children who wish to become clinic patients at the Lantana, West Palm Beach and Belle Glade clinic sites. A parent or guardian must be present for the appointment.
  • Our New Clinic at St. Ann Place is Serving Newly-Homeless Patients - Homeless patients can receive primary care at the Health Care District of Palm Beach County’s new clinic at St. Ann Place, a daytime outreach center at 2107 N. Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach that offers social services to our neighbors without homes. The clinic, which opened in December, is staffed by a registered nurse with the Health Care District‘s C. L. Brumback Primary Care Clinics and is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., when clients visit St. Ann Place for meals, showers and employment assistance. Recently, newly-homeless patients impacted by rent increases are coming for medical care.