History

Deep Roots in Collier County

Healthcare Network is proud of its deep roots in Collier County, Florida… dating all the way back to 1977

Timeline

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2004

Recognizing not all families could travel to their locations, Collier Health Services collaborated with Ronald McDonald House Charities® to introduce Ronald McDonald Care Mobile®. With great support from Naples Children and Education Foundation (NCEF) the mobile pediatric facility delivers medical and dental care to children throughout Collier County.

2007 - FSU Partnership Healthcare Network

2007

Collier Health Services entered into an agreement with Florida State University College of Medicine (FSU COM) to provide medical education opportunities and increased healthcare services for the rural and underserved population in Immokalee.

2008 - FSU Med COLLIER

2008

FSU COM opened Isabel Collier Read Medical Campus in Immokalee. Collier Health Services relocated its pediatric and women’s care practices from their neighboring Marion E. Fether medical center creating a comprehensive primary healthcare campus in Immokalee.

1995 - Accreditation

2010

Successfully completed rigorous evaluation by Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). The three-year accreditation demonstrates the organization’s ongoing commitment to high-quality care and patient safety. Healthcare Network has maintained accreditation from AAAHC since 2019 and was most recently reaccredited in August 2022.

2012-Rebranded-scaled

2012

Collier Health Services was rebranded Healthcare Network of Southwest Florida.

2013

2013

behavioral health was introduced. The integrated program combines primary health care and mental health care in one setting to improve access and reduce the stigma often associated with seeking mental health services.

Healthcare Network has grown from two small trailers in Immokalee to a comprehensive network of providers located throughout Collier County. Always sensitive to growing needs, leadership continues to seek ways to increase access and primary health services for everyone in our community, regardless of income or insurance status.

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