Patients, physicians, community leaders proud to call Wellington Regional “My Hospital”

See why patients and others choose Wellington Regional and what sets the hospital apart.

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UHS has had a prominent presence in southern Florida since it was founded in 1979. In 1984, UHS began construction on Wellington Regional Medical Center. The hospital opened two years later and continues to expand to serve the residents of the growing community.

Since 1986, Wellington Regional Medical Center has served the Palm Beach County community using innovative treatments and advanced technology. Patients, physicians in the area and community leaders are proud to call Wellington Regional “my hospital” for its dedication to quality and compassionate patient care.

Samuel Falzone, MD, OB/GYN has served patients in Wellington for more than a decade. From delivering babies to using innovative technology, Dr. Falzone has been impressed with the team at Wellington Regional.

“There is a dedicated, multidisciplinary staff that constantly strives to deliver high quality patient care,” Falzone said. “I am impressed by the strong commitment to quality care that every member of the team has.”

Innovation, dedication, compassion and quality care set Wellington Regional apart.
Samuel Falzone, MD, OB/GYN

Melissa Carlson, MD, OB/GYN has served the Wellington community with passion and commitment for more than 20 years. “Compassionate, patient-centered care is the hallmark at Wellington Regional and sets the hospital apart,” Carlson said. “I am proud that Wellington Regional Medical Center is my hospital.”

When Cherie and Jason Lee had their twin boys in 2010, they chose to deliver at Wellington Regional. Their experience was second to none. When Cherie was expecting another baby last year, choosing a hospital was simple.

“We didn’t consider giving birth at any other hospital. There wasn’t a single detail of care that was overlooked. I just knew my family was the team’s priority every step of the way,” the mother of three said. “We wouldn’t go anywhere else when it comes to our family’s healthcare.”

Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw has spent most of his life in the area and has watched Wellington Regional become part of the community. Bradshaw grew up in the area, went to high school locally and attended college 20 miles away. In 1971, after serving in the U.S. Marines, he returned to his hometown and joined the West Palm Beach Police. He watched as the southwestern boundary of Palm Beach County flourished and as Wellington Regional was built and opened.

“Wellington Regional Medical Center is an integral part of our community. It has been for 30 years. I see everyday that everyone at the hospital has a strong commitment to quality care and to delivering the highest level of service to the people in our community,” Bradshaw said.

I can’t think of this community without Wellington Regional Medical Center. I’m proud that Wellington Regional is my hospital.
Ric Bradshaw, Sheriff, Palm Beach County

As a fourth-generation resident of Palm Beach County, Benjamin Boynton has also watched the area grow into a vibrant community. He serves as Chairman of the Board of Governors for Wellington Regional and works tirelessly to ensure that quality, comprehensive healthcare services are available to everyone in the community.

“Thanks to Wellington Regional we don’t have to travel away from home for advanced, quality care” Boynton says. “It’s right here at my hospital.”

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