When nurse Cheryl Zombek was assigned to Barton Elementary School in Lake Worth in 2010, she immediately recognized it was a good match...She tries to help ease the desperate housing situations of some of her students...
Palm Healthcare Foundation recently held its Thank a Nurse campaign, a series of events designed to recognize the tireless efforts of Palm Beach County's nurses. Yaima Morgan of Wellington was one of only a handful of nurses honored at the annual Heart of Gold reception.
Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc., Palm Beach County’s leading public health foundation, is expanding its community-driven, place-based funding approach, Healthier Together. Lake Worth will be the site of the new Healthier Lake Worth program, which will receive a total of 1 million dollars
Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc. is proud to welcome Lilly Leas to its board of trustees. Lilly currently works as a business manager at NextEra Energy in Juno Beach. She recently graduated from University of Florida's MBA program as a Matherly Scholar. Prior to receiving her MBA, Lilly was the
Nat Nason has been appointed to Palm Healthcare Foundation's board of trustees.
Diabetes Coalition of Palm Beach County Hosts Second Annual Diabetes Symposium May 23, 2017 – Jupiter, FL – Diabetes Coalition of Palm Beach County, in collaboration with Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc. and Jupiter Medical Center, hosted its second annual Diabetes Educational Symposium on
Come out for an evening that recognizes the work of Palm Beach County nurses. The Heart of Gold reception will take place at 6:00 pm, May 11 at Kravis Center's Cohen Pavilion.
Dr. Nakisah Kinlaw is busy working from the time she walks in to St. Ann Place, a local outreach center in West Palm Beach, until the time she walks out. It's the only place where some, without health insurance, can see a doctor.
Florida, and Palm Beach in particular, is quickly becoming a world leader in the wellness market. The beautiful weather, calming beaches and serene landscape are no longer the only reasons people visit the island to recoup.
Two Health Care District nurses were among 18 local nurses honored by Palm Healthcare Foundation as "Nurse of the Year" on Thursday, May 11th, 2017 at the foundation's annual "Heart of Gold" reception.