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The Health Care District is currently scheduling COVID-19 vaccination appointments for individuals 65-years of age and older.
To register to schedule an appointment, individuals should visit the website, vaccine.hcdpbc.org, or click the green button below.

For individuals who do not have internet access, please call (561) 804-4115 for assistance in schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment.
At this number, you can also reschedule or cancel previously scheduled appointments and receive assistance on
any other issues related to the scheduling process.

For individuals who previously emailed the Department of Health to be placed on their COVID-19 vaccine waitlist will find a
box on the registration form where they can indicate that they were on the original list so that the Health Care District can
continue to give these individuals priority placement for open appointments.

For more information about COVID-19 or testing locations, click the blue button below.

Link for COVID-19 InformationLink for COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduler


Lakeside Medical Center:

No visitation is permitted at this time

                   o   Exceptions:
                          Pediatric patients will be allowed only 1 healthy adult visitor (the visitor will be screened including temperature). The visitor MUST stay in room at all times.
                          OB: 1 healthy adult visitor (the visitor will be screened including temperature). The visitor MUST stay in room at all times.

Welcome to Lakeside Medical Center

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Lakeside Medical Center is a top-ranked public hospital by America’s Essential Hospitals. Some of our national awards include the 2020 gold-level AORN Go Clear Award™ for safety in surgery, an “A” safety grade as a top hospital in the nation for patient safety from Leapfrog’s Hospital Safety Grade, Fall 2018 and Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by the Joint Commission in 2011, 2013 and 2014. In 2019, our Family Medicine Residency Program graduated its seventh class of Family Medicine Residents. We are Florida’s only rural, teaching hospital.

Our staff is committed to serve. Our employees work to ensure high quality care and access for all, especially the most vulnerable. We are proud to have extremely high patient satisfaction. Our patients are key to that success. We want to hear from you. If you want to commend those who cared for you, let us know. If there are ways we can improve, let us know. With your help, we will continue to change lives and impact generations.

A big part of our impact is thanks to our “Hospitalists.” Hospitalists are working in our Family Medicine Residency Program. They are committed to improving the health of our community. They help us expand access and build capacity. Our hospitalists believe it is a privilege to serve “the Glades”.  

Our goal is to meet your needs. We know you have a choice. We are glad you trust us to take care of you and your family!  



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Image of the 5 graduates in front of the hospital

First Virtual Graduation Event for LMC's Family Medicine Residents

Five physicians in Lakeside Medical Center’s 8th Family Medicine Residency Program graduated in a virtual ceremony on June 17th

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Tom Cleare handing out masks and information to residents in South Bay

Health Care District Distributes Masks in the Glades and Hospital Staff Receive Mask Donation

We are sharing the important message in the Glades that staying healthy and safe during these unprecedented times

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Florida Crystals and Hundley Farms donating food to LMC Staff

Florida Crystals and Hundley Farms Donate Locally Grown Food to LMC Staff

We thank Florida Crystals and Hundley Farms their generous donation of locally grown rice, sweet corn and Florida Crystals® Organic Raw Cane Sugar

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Health Assessments


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2018

2017

  • The 2017 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) (PDF) is a collaborative effort by a diverse group of community leaders, stakeholders, Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County and the Health Care District of Palm Beach County that serves as a directional roadmap committed to improving the health and quality of life of Palm Beach County residents.

2016

  • In 2016, the Health Council of Southeast Florida (HCSEF) was enlisted by the Health Care District and the Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County to facilitate the Community Health Needs Assessment (PDF) to identify unmet health needs of community residents and to inform and guide future health planning initiatives to meet those needs.
  • The 2016 Glades Region Health Assessment (PDF) is a subset of the overall Palm Beach County Community Health Needs Assessment.

2012

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