Trusted Since 1928
What started as Daytona Beach’s first community hospital in 1928 has grown into the area’s most comprehensive health system with the highest levels of talent and technology available.
Today, with three full-service hospitals and over 500 physicians providing 56 specialties, Halifax Health continues to grow with the community, serving all of your healthcare needs today and into the future.
Level III Neonatal ICU
As the area’s only Level III Neonatal ICU in Volusia and Flagler County, we are equipped to care for premature babies born earlier than 28 weeks or less
than two pounds, when the unexpected happens.
Level II Trauma Center
With 24/7 surgeons, anesthesiologists, emergency physicians, radiologists and critical care specialists available around-the-clock, we are always ready to provide highest level of care.
Providing the Highest Level of Care Since 1928
Halifax Health is an Acute Care Facility for Florida’s Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program and operates the area’s only Level II Trauma Center as well as the area’s only Pediatric Emergency care. With these services, Halifax Health offers the most comprehensive Emergency Medicine services in our community.
The Emergency Department at Halifax Health is equipped with the latest technology available, including:
- Florida’s first GE CT750 HD scanner, which delivers clearer images of the heart while using less radiation.
- The first wireless digital x-ray system in the United States.
- A private energy plant with generators able to support the entire hospital for five days.
- A private, non-stop elevator connecting the helipad to the trauma suites in the Emergency Department.
Halifax Health offers comprehensive care before, during and after stroke, including:
- Neurosurgeon and neurologist coverage 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.
- Interventional neuroradiologists staffed to remove blood clots when possible.
- Advanced imaging capabilities including MRI and cerebral angiography.
- Dedicated stroke unit staffed with nurses who have advanced education for stroke patient care.
- Advanced surgical and endovascular techniques including clipping and coiling intracranial aneurysms and intra-arterial thrombolysis.
- Dedicated neurological intensive care unit beds with the capacity to care for patients who have received interventional treatment following a stroke including clot-busting drugs and advanced surgical and endovascular techniques.
The UF Health Heart Surgery Program at Halifax Health earned the highest and most distinguished three-star rating from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) for its patient care and outcomes in aortic valve replacement (AVR) and coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) in 2020. The three-star rating places UF Health Heart Surgery at Halifax Health among the elite for aortic valve replacement (AVR) and coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery in the United State and Canada.
Halifax Health is home to the area’s only 24-Hours OB Emergency Department where expectant mothers are seen by a board-certified OB/GYN physician to evaluate the health of mom and her unborn baby. Our expert team is ready at all times if an emergency should occur. Neonatologists and experienced neonatal nurses staff our 24-hour Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) which gives you the comfort of knowing you and your baby will be under one roof should they require intensive care.
We have the only Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in Volusia and Flagler counties that is equipped and ready to care for premature babies that are born earlier than 28 weeks and smaller than two pounds. When you hear the team “Level III” this means that the facility can provide the highest level of neonatal care as designated by the state of Florida.
At Halifax Health, our comprehensive pediatric emergency program provides specialized emergency care with a seamless transition to pediatric acute care. Halifax Health is the area’s only Acute Care Pediatric Unit with pediatric specialists and intensivists available 24 hours a day, and the area’s ONLY Level II Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Our Pediatric Intensive Care Unit is dedicated to the treatment of children who require the highest level of medical attention and care.
Designated as a Best Hospital for Hip and Knee Replacement in Central Florida and consistently ranked among America’s 100 Best Hospital for Orthopedic Surgery for superior outcomes in back and neck, Halifax Health – Center for Orthopedics has a full orthopedic team ready to get you back to doing what you love.
- Awarded first in the state and second in the country for discharge from hip and knee surgery without readmission
- Coverage from the area’s only Orthopedic Traumatologist
- Staffed by the area’s only Patient Navigator specializing in Orthopedics and Neurology
- A dedicated 36-bed orthopedic unit with all private rooms
- Above target performance on all Joint Commission SCIP (Surgical Care Improvement Project) core measures for hip and knee replacements
- Bi-weekly pre-operation classes providing patients with comprehensive education for joint replacement
- Multiple post-operation physical therapy sessions a day
- Dedicated nursing staff specializing in orthopedic care
- Anesthesia staff offering each patient superior pain management specifically designed for orthopedic patients
Since 1978, Halifax Health – Hospice has provided end of life care to Volusia and Flagler residents. Whether it’s providing care at home, in a skilled nursing facility or in one of our four Care Centers, Halifax Health – Hospice improves the quality of the lives of patients and their loved ones by reducing the anxiety, pain and burdens that may accompany illness.
Medicare.gov ranked Halifax Health – Hospice as the Top Rated and Most Recommended Hospice in Central Florida and in 2021 Halifax Health – Hospice completed its state survey deficiency free.
A Tower Close to You
For 95 years, Halifax Health has provided high-quality healthcare to East Central Florida residents and visitors.
Halifax Health – Medical Center of Daytona Beach is located at 303 N. Clyde Morris Blvd.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114.
Halifax Health – Medical Center of Port Orange is located at 1041 Dunlawton Ave.
Port Orange, FL 32127.
Halifax Health | UF Health – Medical Center of Deltona is located at 3300 Halifax Crossing Blvd.
Deltona, FL 32725.
For 95 years Halifax Health has been your trusted healthcare leader.
What started as a small community hospital in 1928 has grown with our community and continues to thrive. Halifax Health has opened three full-service hospitals, serving over 56 medical specialties, a medical staff of over 500 physicians and is the second largest employer in the area to serve you, no matter the situation.
The Halifax Hospital Taxing District was created by the state legislature.
Julia May Leach became Halifax Hospital’s first Administrator.
On January 3, Halifax District Hospital was dedicated. It contained 125 beds, 40 of which were private rooms, and had a 22 member nursing staff.
In December, Margaret A. Mays was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
On February 5, Anne H. Hanbury was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
In March, Dorothy B. Thurston was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
In March, Robert C. O’Brien was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
The government leased the hospital and designated it as a US Army WAAC Training Center.
During this wartime period, the hospital purchased the Robert Wendell Hotel on Atlantic Avenue for use as the “civilian” facility. The Obstetrics Department moved into temporary quarters on Broadway Street (now International Speedway Boulevard).
In June, Dorothy B. Thurston was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
In June, L.F. Grapski was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
On February 17, the facility returned to Halifax District Hospital following the Army’s use once renovations were completed.
In November, Leon S. Lippincott was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
In February, Walter T. Altman was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
In November, Thomas F. Little was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
A 16-bed mental health unit was added to the hospital south of the 1928 building.
The first floor north wing (where the Family Health Center is located now) and the first floor south wing (where Human Resources is located now) were completed. These wings increased the bed capacity to 227 beds and 30 bassinets.
The second and third floors were added onto the north wing (where the Auxiliary and Information Systems are located now).
In December, Richard E. Holladay was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
The four-floor central tower opened, adding 108 beds to the hospital.
On June 8, A.M. McCarthy was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
In January, Eugene K. Prentice was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
Intensive Medical Care Unit opened as one of the first of its kind in the Southeast.
A new five-story east wing was completed which added a modern 50-bed mental health unit, a 200 seat auditorium and 190 beds.
Halifax opened an innovative Intensive Care Unit, which was the second of its kind in the country, and was a prototype for progressive care units throughout the United States.
The Rehabilitation Center opened for inpatients and outpatients as the only comprehensive rehabilitation unit in a hospital in this area.
Halifax Health – Family Medicine Residency Program is accredited.
In November, Richard Metzger was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
The sixth and seventh floors of the east tower opened, including the 26-bed Pediatric Unit.
On March 13, Ned Wilford was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
Floors eight through 10 of the east tower opened.
The nine-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit opened.
Hospice of Volusia was established to provide care to terminally ill patients and their families.
In May, Ron Rees was named Halifax Hospital’s Administrator.
The Port Orange Urgent Care Center opened.
The Regional Oncology Center opened as one of the largest outpatient community cancer centers in the Southeast.
The Halifax Health Network, a preferred provider organization was established.
Halifax Home Health Care began offering home health services.
The hospital was designated as the area’s only Level II Trauma Center.
The hospital changed its name to Halifax Medical Center.
Hospice of Volusia expanded its service area to include Flagler County and changed its name to The Hospice of Volusia/Flagler.
The Regional Oncology Center opened the Halifax Oncology Satellite in Ormond Beach.
The Health Fitness Center opened its facility.
Halifax Medical Center Foundation was established.
Halifax Health Network changed its name to Volusia Health Network.
Halifax Home Health Care changed its name to Halifax Home Health and expanded with an office in Palm Coast.
The Hospice of Volusia/Flagler opened an office in Palm Coast.
The Halifax Outpatient Testing Center opened in the Halifax Professional Center.
Halifax Psychiatric Center opened a 16-bed adult unit on the seventh floor.
The New Smyrna Beach Oncology Program, a cooperative effort between the Regional Oncology Center and Bert Fish Medical Center, was established to provide chemotherapy treatment.
The Halifax Partial Hospitalization Program was established to help children ages 5 to 18 who suffer from emotional or behavioral problems.
The Halifax Specialty Center opened providing cardiovascular, pulmonary, and neurology services in one centralized area on the second floor.
Halifax Medical Center merged with Florida Health Care Plans, a local health maintenance organization.
The Regional Oncology Center changed its name to the Herbert D. Kerman Regional Oncology Center.
The Family Practice Center changed its name to Family Health Center.
Halifax Medical Center purchased Atlantic Shores Hospital and renamed it Halifax Behavioral Services. This purchase brought the total number of beds up to 590.
The 201 Building opened as an outpatient facility housing the Pain Management Center, the Endoscopy Center, the ReHab Center, and the OB/GYN Center.
Halifax Medical Center Port Orange opened as an outpatient facility housing Halifax Urgent CarePort Orange, laboratory, diagnostic radiology, the Family Health Center, the Endoscopy Center and Port Orange Day Surgery.
Halifax Crosslin Health Center opened as a primary care facility at 714 Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd.
Halifax Ormond Health Center opened as a primary care facility at 299 W. Granada Blvd.
Halifax Community Health Systems was formed. Halifax Medical Center, Halifax Home Health, The Hospice of Volusia/Flagler, Volusia Health Network, Florida Health Care Plans, Halifax Healthy Families, and Associates in Medicine all became System Affiliates.
Halifax Medical Center-Ormond Beach opened at 1688 W. Granada Blvd. to provide radiation and medical oncology services to patients in North Volusia County. Other services housed in the building included: Halifax Urgent Care-Ormond Beach, laboratory, radiology, EKG, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, and physician offices.
The Hospice of Volusia/Flagler Care Center, 3800 Woodbriar Trail, Port Orange, opened with 16 residential rooms. The Hospice of Volusia/Flagler and Halifax Home Health moved their main offices into the second floor of the facility.
The Continuing Care Center opened on the seventh floor (where the Halifax Psychiatric Center had been) as a 28-bed skilled nursing unit serving as a transitional unit for patients not quite ready to return home.
The first Bone Marrow Transplant Program in Central Florida opened on the fifth floor.
The Eye Clinic was renamed the Halifax Eye Laser Center and moved to the Halifax Professional Center.
The organization changed its name to Halifax Community Health System.
The New Smyrna Beach Oncology Program expanded and began offering radiation oncology treatments.
The Spine Center opened in the 201 Building.
The construction of a four-story addition allowed for expansion of the Emergency Department, Operating Room suites, and the Supply, Processing and Distribution Department (SPD).
The Breast Health Center at The Herbert D. Kerman Regional Oncology Center opened offering a comprehensive program of full-service treatment for benign breast conditions and breast cancer.
Adding an “s” to Plan, Florida Health Care Plans changed its name to better reflect its wide range of products and services.
Halifax Medical Center assumed operation of the Volusia County Public Health Unit’s Bert Fish Health Center at 431 S. Keech Street, Daytona Beach, in November and named the facility the Halifax Keech Health Center.
The State granted a Certificate of Need for Halifax Medical Center to begin an open heart program.
Renovations of the fourth floor of Halifax Medical Center were completed in October and included three open heart operating rooms in the Surgical Suite, a 7-bed Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit and a 23-bed Cardiac Progressive Care Unit. The first open heart procedure was performed November 7.
The Stay-Close Family Quarters opened on the second floor of Halifax Medical Center offering affordable, overnight accommodations for those who need to be close to a critically ill or injured patient.
The Emergency Department expansion began from 33 to 55 beds, including a 7-bed Trauma/Injury Suite, an 8-bed Chest Pain Center, and a pediatric facility.
Ron Rees was named Halifax Community Health System’s first President and CEO.
The Sports Medicine Fellowship Program at Halifax Health is accredited by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education.
The Josephine Field Davidson Cancer Resource Library opened in the first floor lobby of theRegional Oncology Center.
The first Neuroscience Center in the area opened in the 201 Building.
A new CT Light-speed Scanner was installed at Halifax, able to perform total body trauma scans in 5 to 10 minutes.
An interlocal agreement was implemented between the Halifax Hospital Medical Center health care district and the Southeast Volusia Hospital District, creating Halifax•Fish Community Health (HFCH) operating Halifax Medical Center, Bert Fish Medical Center, Florida Health Care Plans, The Hospice of Volusia/Flagler, Healthy Communities and Volusia Health Network.
The area’s first comprehensive stroke center opened.
Atlantic Medical Center was purchased.
The ADAC Vertex Camera a nuclear gamma camera is installed at HMC providing positron scans for the first time in the area.
Highfield MRI is installed at HMC-Ormond Beach.
Halifax Medical Center Continuing Care Center closed. The Betty Jane France Pediatric Center opened following the complete renovation of the pediatric unit with a 31-bed unit in “Speediatrics” and five beds in the area’s first Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.
Healthy Families changed its name to Healthy Communities.
Halifax•Fish Community Health formed a partnership with Easter Seals and Daytona Beach
Community College to provide employees with priority access to quality day care.
Halifax Urgent Care at Atlantic Medical Center opened.
Multiple Sclerosis Care Center opened in the 201 Building.
Atlantic Medical Center, a satellite campus of Halifax Medical Center, was renamed Halifax
Medical Center-Atlantic Campus, bringing the number of licensed beds at Halifax Medical Center to 764.
The Halifax Center for Advanced Imaging at Halifax Medical Center-Atlantic Campus opened featuring the first permanently installed PET scanner in Volusia County.
New Halifax•Fish Community Health Web site goes online at www.hfch.org.
Halifax Medical Center is the only hospital in Central Florida to be named as one of the Solucient Top 100 Cardiovascular Hospitals in the nation.
Halifax Hundred Club formed to recognize the top 100 employees based on longevity.
Pediatric Resource Library opened in Speediatrics.
Halifax•Fish Community Health is one of first in nation to be designated a Health System of Promise by America’s Promise headquarters.
Conversion of Halifax Medical Center-Port Orange into a full-service 80-bed community hospital began in April.
In August, Halifax•Fish Community Health ranked 24th in the 2006 Top 100 Companies for Working Families in Central Florida by the Orlando Sentinel and received the Employee Choice Award as well as the Family Champion Award.
Halifax Medical Center was named a Solucient Top 100 Cardiovascular Hospital for the second consecutive year.
On November 15, the 100,000th baby born at Halifax Medical Center was delivered.
Halifax Medical Center purchased 230 acres of land in West Daytona Beach to facilitate future expansion.
Halifax Medical Center earned Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence by national study.
Halifax Medical Center was named a Solucient Top 100 Cardiovascular for the third time.
Halifax Medical Center earned a Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence by national study.
In August, Halifax Medical Center recognized as one of the Orlando Sentinel’s Top 100 Companies for Working Families for 2004.
Halifax Home Health was sold.
On January 1, Jeff Feasel became Halifax Community Health System’s President and CEO.
On March 21, Halifax Dunn Health Center opened.
In August, Halifax Community Health System ranked eighth in the 2006 Top 100 Companies for Working Families in Central Florida by the Orlando Sentinel ad received the Hurricane Hero Award.
On October 3, Halifax Express Care opened at Halifax Medical Center.
On October 17, Halifax Medical Center was recognized for clinical quality excellence by a national study for Orthopedics, Back and Neck Surgery, Stroke and Vascular Services.
On February 6, Halifax Medical Center earned the Primary Stroke Center Certification from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
On February 14, a sculpture honoring Betty Jane France was unveiled at Halifax Medical Center.
On February 24, the Agency for Health Care Administration approved Halifax Medical Center for a certificate of need for a kidney transplant program.
On March 22, Halifax Community Health System announced its 10-year master facility plan to include a new 10-story inpatient tower and Emergency Department.
On April 19, Halifax Medical Center became the first hospital in Florida to be designated by the Agency for Health Care Administration as a Comprehensive Stroke Center.
On June 16, Halifax Urgent Care-Ormond Beach moved to Halifax Medical Center and became part of Halifax Express Care.
On August 10, Halifax Community Health System ranked fourth in the 2006 Top 100 Companies for Working Families in Central Florida by the Orlando Sentinel.
On August 29, the Chest Pain Center opens at Halifax Medical Center.
On September 21, The Hospice of Volusia/Flagler is one of 13 programs in the United States to be recognized by the MetLife Foundation and the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging with an Award of Achievement in Older Volunteer Program Management.
On December 12, Halifax Hospital Port Orange opens as a full-service 80-bed community hospital.
On January 1, all Halifax Community Health System facilities became tobacco-free.
On January 12, Halifax Community Health System was the first health system in East Central Florida to use the da Vinci S Surgical System, a new leading-edge surgical robotics system, when Dr. Chris Stanley performed the inaugural procedure.
On April 4, The Hospice of Volusia/Flagler celebrated the new permanent home of the Lawrence E. Whelan Begin-Again Children’s Grief Center at 655 N. Clyde Morris Blvd., Suite A, Daytona Beach, with an Open House.
On April 5, Halifax Community Health System received final approval from the Daytona Beach City Commission for the construction of the new 10-story inpatient tower (North Tower) and new Emergency Department at Halifax Medical Center. On April 25, more than 1,000 employees, community members and dignitaries attended the North Tower Groundbreaking Celebration at Bird Avenue Park with Governor Charlie Crist in attendance as the keynote speaker.
On April 29, Chaplain Jim Smith was honored for his 31 and-a-half years of service to Halifax Medical Center during an appreciation celebration. The auditorium at Halifax Medical Center was packed with people who have been positively impacted by Chaplain Smith.
On May 17, Halifax Community Health System recognized Halifax Keech Health Center’s 10 years of service to the Daytona Beach community with a ceremony honoring the center and its staff.
On May 21, Halifax Community Health System launched its new Concierge Services.
On May 24, Halifax Behavioral Services celebrated 15 years of service to the community.
In May, Halifax Community Health System was honored as Corporate Cup Champions.
On June 1, Halifax Medical Center and Halifax Hospital Port Orange implemented a Cardiac Alert system within both facilities.
On June 8, the entrance to the Emergency Department at Halifax Medical Center temporarilyrelocated from the North side of the building to the East side (at the back of the main building) due to North Tower construction.
On June 19, the helistop at Halifax Medical Center temporarily relocated to the south end of the campus near the intersection of International Speedway Boulevard and Clyde Morris Boulevard due to North Tower construction.
Hanscy Seide, MD, performs first Atrial Fibrillation Ablation in Volusia and Flagler counties Halifax Health Heart Center celebrates Open Heart Program’s 10-year anniversary
Halifax Health commemorates 10-year Anniversary of the Josephine Field Davidson Cancer Resource Library.
Halifax Health recognized as the Thomas L. Durrance Community Service Award recipient at the Children’s Advocacy Center’s annual Sweetheart Gala.
Halifax Health’s Chest Pain Center receives full accreditation from the Society of Chest Pain Centers.
Center for Transplant Services performs first kidney transplant.
The France Tower, a 10-story inpatient building celebrates grand opening at Daytona Beach campus.
Halifax Health Implements Electronic Medical Record.
Feasel named 2010 Chairman of the Board of the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Halifax Health - Center for Oncology named a “Center of Excellence” in accelerated partial breast irradiation (APBI) for its use of the SAVI™ applicator – an advanced therapy for breast cancer as part of breast conservation therapy.
Electronic Medical Record – Reached Stage 6 designation.
Halifax Health – Center for Endocrinology receives disease specific re-certification from The Joint Commission. The program is one of only three hospitals in Florida to earn this distinction - the Gold Seal of Approval™ - for outpatient diabetes care.
The Halifax Health - Betty Jane France Center for Pediatrics, otherwise known as Speediatrics celebrates 10-Year Anniversary.
Halifax Health Partners with John Travolta to Send Supplies to Haiti.
Halifax Health receives full accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education to launch the Daytona Beach area’s first General Surgery Residency Program.
Halifax Health First in Area to Use Novel, Advanced Freezing Technology to Treat Patients with Common Form of Atrial Fibrillation.
Halifax Health - Auxiliary named the United Way of Volusia/Flagler’s 2010 Outstanding Community Volunteer Group of the Year.
Halifax Health – General Surgery Residency Program established.
Halifax Health and the Council on Aging of Volusia County announce the launch of Halifax Health –Care At Home; a new program that provides compassionate and skilled home healthcare.
Halifax Health – Center for Women & Infant Health announce the opening of the areas first and only OB Emergency Department.
Halifax Health | Brooks Rehabilitation - Center for Inpatient Rehabilitation opens.
Halifax Health – Women’s Care Now opens in Ormond Beach Halifax Health offers online shopping of physician-approved products for new mothers and a baby registry with halifaxhealthshop.org.
Halifax Health – Hospice DeLand Resale Shop Opens.
Halifax Health opens 24-hour Obstetrical Emergency Department.
Halifax Health is recognized by The Joint Commission – the leading accreditor of healthcare organizations in America – as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures for 2012.
Halifax Health – Hospice expands services by adding a new Resale Shop in Port Orange.
East Coast Bariatrics at Halifax Health, the area’s leader in Bariatric procedures, expands services by becoming certified and trained with da Vinci® technology.
Halifax Health – Care Now open in Ormond Beach and Deltona.
Launched erExpress, online check-in system.
Center for Female Pelvic Medicine established.
Children’s Medical Centers located in Port Orange, Ormond Beach and Palm Coast joins Halifax Health.
Electronic Medical Record – Completion of Meaningful Use Stage 2 achieved.
Halifax Health – Hospice approved to expand into Orlando market.
Halifax Health recognized by The Joint Commission – the leading accreditor of healthcare organizations in the United States – as a 2013 Top Performer on Key Quality Measures®.
Halifax Health Launches Live Your Life Well Race Series in partnership with the Volusia Flagler Family YMCA.
Halifax Health establishes partnership with University of Florida Health to launch cardiovascular surgery network.
Halifax Health – Hospice Ormond Beach Care Center opens.
Halifax Health Unveils Betty Jane France Statue Halifax Health – Center for Family and Sports Medicine receives NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition for using evidence-based, patient-centered processes that focus on highly coordinated care and long-term, participative relationships.
Halifax Health – Hospice celebrates the grand openings of Palm Coast Resale Shop and new office location for Flagler/Palm Coast.
Halifax Health celebrates the grand re-opening of its playground area featuring brand-new equipment at Lakeside Park at The Pavilion at Port Orange.
Halifax Health – Hospice expands services to Orange and Osceola Counties.
Halifax Health Medical Center earns The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Hospital.
Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold.
Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care.
Halifax Health – Center for Oncology opens area’s first Survivorship Clinic at Twin Lakes Medical Center in Daytona Beach.
Halifax Health donates $30,000 to Boys and Girls Clubs of Volusia Flagler Counties.
Halifax Health rates as “high performing” in two adult procedures – hip and knee replacements – by U.S. News & World Report.
Halifax Health and the Volusia Flagler Family YMCA partner to open their first Healthy Living Center at the Ormond Beach Family YMCA.
Halifax Health – Behavioral Services awarded the Platinum designation by Optum, formerly known as United Behavioral Health, for delivering highly effective inpatient care as measured by Optum’s Achievements in Clinical Excellence (ACE) program.
Halifax Health - Medical Center of Daytona Beach is among a select group of hospitals nationwide recognized by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for achievement by conducting activities that promoted enrollment in state organ donor registries as a participant in Phase IV of the national Workplace Partnership for Life (WPFL) Hospital Campaign.
Halifax Health earns gold level status by HHS for its efforts.
Halifax Health, Volusia Flagler Family YMCA celebrates the grand opening of the Healthy Living.
Center at Port Orange Family YMCA.
Halifax Health, Volusia Flagler Family YMCA celebrates the grand opening of Deltona Healthy.
Living Center at Four Townes Family YMCA.
Halifax Health is recognized as one of the nation’s “150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare” by Becker’s Healthcare.
Halifax Health Medical Center of Daytona Beach becomes the first trauma center in the state to offer the advanced scanning capabilities of GE Healthcare’s Revolution CT.
Halifax Health Medical Center of Daytona Beach celebrates the completion of renovations to its Betty Jane France Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The $1-million construction project expanded the NICU from nine to 14 beds.
The Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons grants Three-Year Accreditation to the cancer program at Halifax Health – Center for Oncology.
Halifax Health named one of the best places to work for information technology professionals for the second consecutive year by Computerworld – the leading information technology media brand dedicated to being the voice of business technology.
Halifax Health hosts groundbreaking event for construction of a free-standing emergency department in Deltona.
Halifax Health – Ophthalmology practice opens in Daytona Beach.
Halifax Health Medical Center named a Perinatal Center of Excellence by The Joint Commission, the nation’s oldest and largest standards-setting and accrediting body in healthcare.
Halifax Health – Primary Care opens in Port Orange.
Halifax Health – Auxiliary donates $50,000 to Halifax Humane Society capital campaign Halifax Health Medical Center of Daytona Beach is among a select group of hospitals nationwide recognized with a Gold Award for promoting enrollment in state organ donor registries in a national campaign sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).
East Coast Bariatrics at Halifax Health granted full accreditation as a comprehensive bariatric facility by the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program.
Halifax Health - Urgent Care opens in Ormond Beach.
The University of Florida Health Heart Surgery Program at Halifax Health named among the top 10 percent of heart programs in the nation according to data released by the Society of Thoracic Surgeons.
Grand opening of Halifax Health Emergency Department of Deltona – Volusia and Flagler counties’ first freestanding emergency department.
Halifax Health becomes first medical facility in Volusia/Flagler to treat women diagnosed with early stage breast cancers with a less-invasive, single-treatment option using the INTRABEAM intraoperative radiotherapy (IORT) system.
Halifax Health named a 2017 Best Places to Work in IT honoree, one of 100 top organizations recognized for challenging their information technology staff while providing great benefits and compensation. This is the third consecutive year Halifax Health has been featured on this list by IDG’s Computerworld.
Halifax Health – Hospice opens Ormond Beach Resale Shop.
Halifax Health Medical Center receives the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: StrokeSM Honor Roll Elite. The award recognizes the hospital’s commitment to providing the most appropriate stroke treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence.
Halifax Health named the Official Healthcare Partner of Latitude Margaritaville Daytona Beach by renowned developer Minto Communities. Located west of I-95 along LPGA Boulevard in Daytona Beach, this 55-and-better active adult community of 6,900 homes is inspired by the music and lifestyle of legendary musician Jimmy Buffett.
Halifax Health – Hospice celebrates the grand opening of its BeginAgain Children’s Grief Center in Orlando.
Halifax Health and University of Florida Health collaborate to enhance Halifax Health Medical Center’s nine-year-old kidney transplant program.
Halifax Health - Center for Orthopedics launch a new recovery and rehabilitation program for total knee replacement surgery patients known as E.R.A.S., an acronym for Enhanced Recovery After Surgery. Halifax Health is the only medical facility in Volusia and Flagler counties to offer this unique program that features a multidisciplinary approach to recovery and has patients up and walking within three hours after surgery is complete.
The University of Florida Health Heart and Vascular Surgery Program at Halifax Health was granted a three-year term of accreditation by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) in Vascular Testing in the area of Peripheral Arterial Testing.
Halifax Health hosted a groundbreaking ceremony celebrating the start of construction for Halifax Health Medical Center of Deltona – the city’s first hospital – on December 4 at the future hospital site, near Halifax Health - Emergency Department of Deltona.
Halifax Health and Brooks Rehabilitation, in collaboration with Easterseals Northeast Central Florida, opened Halifax Health | Brooks Rehabilitation – Pediatric Rehabilitation outpatient clinic on the campus of Halifax Health Medical Center of Daytona Beach.
Halifax Health kicked off its 90th birthday celebration in January. The milestone was celebrated throughout the year with a variety of special events and activities for Team Members and the community.
In February, Halifax Health presented the 1st Annual My Heart Matters 5K.
The five-year-old partnership between Halifax Health and Brooks Rehabilitation expanded to include five outpatient rehabilitation clinics in Volusia and Flagler counties.
Halifax Health was recognized as one of the nation’s “150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare” in 2018 by Becker’s Healthcare – a leading source of cutting-edge business and legal information for healthcare industry leaders.
Halifax Health - Hospice West Volusia Care Center celebrated its 10-year anniversary.
Halifax Health | Brooks Rehabilitation - Center for Inpatient Rehabilitation was awarded accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for its inpatient rehabilitation program for adults and stroke specialty program.
For the second consecutive year, Halifax Health Medical Center received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: StrokeSM Honor Roll Elite Plus. The award recognized the hospital’s commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence.
Halifax Health was named a Computerworld 2018 Best Places to Work in IT honoree, one of 100 top organizations recognized for challenging their information technology staffs while providing great benefits and compensation. This was the fourth consecutive year Halifax Health was featured on this list by IDG’s Computerworld – the leading technology media brand dedicated to being the voice of business technology.
The Halifax Health - Center for Women and Infant Health, a Perinatal Center of Excellence, earned re-certification from The Joint Commission, the nation’s largest independent healthcare evaluation organization. Halifax Health was the first hospital in Daytona Beach – and just one of a few in Florida – that earned The Joint Commission’s elite Perinatal Care Certification.
Halifax Health and Brooks Rehabilitation partnered to establish a multidisciplinary outpatient program for individuals who have sustained a concussion from car accidents, falls, sporting accidents or related injuries.
UF Health Heart and Vascular Surgery at Halifax Health named a top 50 hospital in the nation for cardiovascular care.o What does it mean? Shorter length of stay after a heart procedure, less surgical complications, less readmissions than 939 other hospitals in the nation and all other ones in east Central Florida.
Out of 989 hospitals across the nation the team at UF Health Heart and Vascular Surgery at Halifax Health has performed in the top 50 based on publicly available data.
Halifax Health – Diabetes partners with Help a Diabetic Child Foundation and Nancy and Lowell Lohman for the first annual Lohman Florida Diabetes & Wellness Conference on Sunday, November 17, 2019. The event took place at the Port Orange YMCA and showed the collaboration between all parties when it comes to Diabetes outreach.
Halifax Health – Behavioral Services created Connect 4 Hope campaign to create awareness and attention to resources for mental wellness.
Halifax Health – Hospice celebrated 40 years of caring for the Volusia/ Flagler Community Halifax Health – Neonatal ICU graduated to a level III, becoming the Area’s Only Level III Neonatal ICU that is equipped and ready to care for premature babies that are born earlier than 28 weeks and smaller than two pounds, or 1,000 grams.
For the second consecutive year, Halifax Health Medical Center received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines® - Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus. The award recognized the hospital’s commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research - based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence.
Covid-19 Pandemic furloughs 300 Team Members and creates the BCU for over 400 patients.
Addition of Halifax Health Pulmonary Care.
Addition of Live Your Life Well Center at Latitudes Margaritaville.
UF Health Heart and Vascular Surgery at Halifax Health named a top 50 hospital in the nation for cardiovascular care for a second year in a row.
First Live Your Life Well Diabetes Prevention Series collaboration launched in January 2020 between Halifax Health and the YMCA Healthy Living Centers. The primary goals of this series are to create new lifestyles to have a healthier life.
Nancy and Lowell Lohman gift $4 million for the new Lohman Diabetes Center of Excellence coming in Q2 of 2021.
Halifax Health and UF Health expand collaboration by creating UF Health Endocrinology at Halifax Health bringing much needed services to Volusia County.
Halifax Health and UF Health announce latest collaborations with Urology and Plastics.
UF Vascular Surgery at Halifax Health earns Vascular Testing Reaccreditation by the IAC (Intersocietal Accreditation Commission).
Halifax Health and UF Health joined forces to open Halifax Health | UF Health – Medical Center of Deltona in January. This 6 story medical center with 43 beds brings world class healthcare to West Volusia.
In February, Halifax Health | Brooks Rehabilitation presented the 1st Annual, Brooks Challenge Mile to enable, honor and empower individuals living with disabilities.
Halifax Health | UF Health Medical Center Annex opened in November bringing primary, pediatric, heart and vascular care along with adult and pediatric rehabilitation to West Volusia.
For the third consecutive year, Halifax Health Medical Center received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines® - Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus. The award recognized the hospital’s commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research - based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence.
Halifax health chosen by NASA as contingency hospital for Dragon crewed missions.
Halifax Health | Brooks Rehabilitation – Center for Inpatient Rehabilitation was CARF accredited for the second time. This is a three year accreditation.
In June Halifax Health was designated as a Thrombectomy Capable Stroke Center, by the Joint Commission and continues to be the highest level of stroke care in our community.
Halifax Health – Hospice completed its three year AHCA Survey with ZERO deficiencies.
Halifax Health – Hospice began offering outpatient palliative care to our community as Supportive Care.
Halifax Health – Center for Women and Infant Health became a Milk Depot.
Launch of Education to Employment program, in partnership with Daytona State College. The opportunity offers assistance/scholarships for those interested in pursuing a career in healthcare and a job after completion with Halifax Health.
Heart received 3-star STS Rating by Society of Thoracic Surgeons.
Held Donate Life event on Thursday, April 1 at France Tower to help raise awareness for Halifax Health – Center for Transplant Services affiliated with UF Health and transplant donation.
As part of the nine 2021 LYLW Race Series Schedule, the first Go Ruck event in the series will be held on Saturday, September 25. This will be a part of the Winona Mud Fest held at Camp Winona in DeLeon Springs.
HEALTHCAREfirst has selected Halifax Health – Hospice as one of the top hospices providing the best patient and caregiver experience in their 2021 Hospice Honors list.
Halifax Health has opened its newest location for walk-in healthcare. ExpressCare, A Halifax Health Walk-In Clinic Port Orange has opened in the Belvedere Medical Park in Port Orange.
Healthgrades has selected Halifax Health as one of the top medical centers in the country providing quality coronary intervention in their Specialty Excellence Awards 2022.
Father Lopez Catholic High School is partnering up with Halifax Health to receive additional behavioral resources for students from Halifax Health – Child & Adolescent Behavioral Services.
Andy and Molly Clark, local entrepreneurs and owners of All Aboard Properties, announced a $400,000 gift to Halifax Health for the first ever Arts in Medicine Endowment.
Halifax Health admitted 163 patients suffering traumas during the 2022 Bike Week. Of those, 88 patients were Bike Week related admissions.
Halifax Health is proud to unveil its newly launched Apprenticeship Program, following approval by the Florida Department of Education.
Halifax Health has become the first hospital in Florida to treat early-stage pancreatic cancer using the less-invasive, single-treatment option INTRABEAM intraoperative radiotherapy (IORT) system.
Halifax Health Medical Center has been recognized by American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With the Guidelines for the care provided to stroke patients.