Wherever you live in Florida, an HCA hospital is nearby to provide the high quality care you and your family need, when you need it most. Our 45 state-of-the-art hospitals care for millions of Floridians each year, making HCA the leading provider of health care services in the Sunshine State.
Above all else, HCA is committed to the care and improvement of human life. Caring for patients is only part of our mission. With a commitment to the care and well-being of all individuals, we work in partnership with our employees to support non-profit organizations striving for stronger, healthier communities.
From providing millions of dollars in uncompensated and charity care, to supporting countless local charitable organizations, HCA’s Florida hospitals work tirelessly to ensure we remain excellent corporate citizens. In addition to a serious approach to corporate social responsibility, HCA has an industry leading Ethics and Compliance program, landing it on the Ethisphere Institute’s list of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for five straight years.
Ethisphere is a private, independent organization that has become the global leader in creating and advancing the standards of ethical business practices that drive corporate character, trust, and success. The World’s Most Ethical list recognizes companies that go above and beyond making statements about doing business ethically and put those words into action.
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Founded in 1968, Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) is one of the nation’s leading providers of health care services, comprising locally managed facilities that include 164 hospitals and 114 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and England. Last year, HCA employees and caregivers at the company’s affiliated hospitals were responsible for more than 20 million patient encounters. A leader in quality and patient safety, 80 percent of HCA’s licensed affiliated U.S. hospitals as of December 31, 2012, were on The Joint Commission’s 2013 list of top performing hospitals.