In 2016, Central Florida Health Alliance was named a "Fit-Friendly" Worksite by the American Heart Association for promoting health and wellness among employees.
In the Fall of 2015, The Villages Regional Hospital and Leesburg Regional Medical Center earned the nation's top distinction for patient safety with an "A" grade Hospital Safety Score from The Leapfrog Group, an independent industry watchdog.
In 2015, Central Florida Health Alliance was honored for the third consecutive year as a recipient of the Health at Work Award, sponsored by ComPsych. This award recognizes our commitment to employee health and wellness.
In 2015, Central Florida Health Alliance was recognized as a Top 100 Company for Working Families, landing the No. 8 spot on the list – the highest ranking health care facility.
In 2015, The Villages Regional Hospital received the Mission: Lifeline® Bronze Quality Achievement Award for implementing specific quality improvement measures outlined by the American Heart Association for the treatment of patients who suffer severe heart attacks.
In 2015, Central Florida Health Alliance was selected by Becker's Hospital Review as one of its 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare in the United States.
In 2014, Leesburg Regional Medical Center received recertification from The Joint Commission as an Advanced Primary Stroke Center. This represents the hospital's fourth recertification since 2006.
In 2014, Leesburg Regional Medical Center and The Villages Regional Hospital received the Healthgrades Patient Safety Excellence Award™.
Leesburg Regional Medical Center named among Top 100 Hospital with Great Women's Health Programs by Becker's Hospital Review for 2013 – 2014.
Leesburg Regional Medical Center was named one of Healthgrades America's 100 Best Hospitals for Spine Surgery™ in 2013.
Leesburg Regional Medical Center was the recipient of the Healthgrades Spine Surgery Excellence Award™ in 2013.
Leesburg Regional Medical Center was named by Healthgrades as a 5-Star Recipient for Overall Orthopedic Services in 2013.
Leesburg Regional Medical Center was recognized by Healthgrades as a 5-Star Recipient for Joint Replacement and Total Knee Replacement in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
In 2013, Central Florida Health Alliance was recognized on AARP's list of the Best Employers for Workers Over 50, an annual recognition program that acknowledges organizations whose policies best address an aging workforce.
In 2012, Leesburg Regional Medical Center was selected as a recipient of the Path to Excellence Award for its strong and ongoing commitment to the practice of patient-centered care.
In 2012, Central Florida Health Alliance was recognized among the top 20 percent of best performing health systems in the country by Thomson Reuters 100 Top Hospitals: Health System Benchmarks.
In 2012, The Villages Regional Hospital was recognized as the No. 12 company and highest-ranking acute care hospital in Modern Healthcare's inaugural list of Healthcare's Hottest, a program honoring the fastest-growing organizations in health care.
In 2011, FMQAI—the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization for Florida—presented The Villages Health System with a Patient Safety Award in recognition of the hospital's unwavering commitment to quality improvement in patient safety.
In 2008, Leesburg Regional Medical Center was named one of the 10 national winners of the 2008 Hospital of the Year Award by the American Alliance of Healthcare Providers (AAHP) for the third consecutive year. The award recognizes America's most customer-friendly hospitals.
In 2007, The Villages Health System was one of only 49 hospitals in the country to receive the Premier/CareScience Select Practice National Quality Award, a designation that identifies the hospital among the top 1 percent of hospitals for quality and efficiency.
In 2007, The Villages Health System was named in the Solucient 100 Top Hospitals® National Benchmarks for Success study, which identifies the top hospitals based on overall performance in the key areas of outcomes, service line efficiency, hospital efficiency, financial performance, and growing community service.