Palm Beach County Health Care District CEO Darcy J. Davis Honored as One of Florida’s Top Women-Led Companies
The Commonwealth Institute Florida (TCI-FL), a network of successful business and professional women who lead our community, met June 14e to honor Florida’s Top 100 Women-Led Businesses during its 17e annual lunch. The event, which took place at the Hyatt Regency Miami, celebrated the achievements of women who are leading the charge to the top of their industries at companies across the state. Darcy J. Davis, CEO of the Palm Beach County Health Care District, was among the honorees. Ranked eleventh on the 100 list, Ms. Davis is among the 15 percent of healthcare CEOs nationwide who are women.
“It is a tremendous honor to be recognized for this statewide award,” said Ms. Davis, who has led the only safety net health care system for the past six years. . “I am proud to empower women and promote gender equity and diversity within our 1,300 member workplace. In fact, diversity as an organization and among those we serve is one of our greatest strengths.
Each winner’s “words to respect” were displayed during the event, including Ms. Davis’ quote: “Honesty, collaboration and keeping your commitments leads to success.” »
Although TCI-FL has hosted the Florida-based event for 17 years, this is the first time the nonprofit has truly made a statewide effort to compile a list that represents businesses. from all over Florida. It was also the first year that factors such as innovation, customer service and employee programs were added to revenue to arrive at the list and ranking.
“Organizations on this year’s diverse list are driving innovation across Florida and beyond with breakthroughs in product development, education and learning, and new approaches in delivering clinical care and therapies. We are honored to recognize these 100 companies and the remarkable women who lead them,” said Jacqui Kiviat, Executive Director, TCI-FL.
About the Health District
The Palm Beach County Health Care District provides primary medical care and dental services to adults and children at CL Brumback Primary Care Clinics, a coordinated and lifesaving trauma system that includes two Trauma Hawk air ambulances certified by the FAA, registered nurses at nearly 170 public schools, short- and long-term skilled nursing care at the Edward J. Healey Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Riviera Beach, and acute care at its teaching hospital, Lakeside Medical Center, which is accredited by the Joint Commission and serves rural glade communities. Learn more about www.hcdpbc.org.
About CL Brumback Primary Care Clinics
This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number H80CS25684 for the Health Centers Group in the amount of $7,278,563. Of the entire project, 83% is financed by non-governmental sources. Such information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of HRSA, HHS or the US Government, and no endorsement should be inferred therefrom. CL Brumback Primary Care Clinics were granted presumptive status under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) effective January 1, 2022.
About the Commonwealth Institute (TCI)
The Commonwealth Institute (TCI) is a non-profit organization that works with female CEOs, business leaders, entrepreneurs, sole proprietors and the next generation of female leaders to help them build businesses, organizations and successful careers in Florida and Massachusetts. In short, TCI helps women in business be more successful! For 25 years, the Commonwealth Institute has provided insights, mentorship and inspiration to help women succeed personally and professionally, while empowering their organizations.