The Haley Center's mission is to provide healthcare to any person or family who resides in Polk County whose income is at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level Guidelines, and are not otherwise insured by the government or a private health.
We seek to provide a complete medical home for ALL medically needy who meet the criteria of our mission statement.
Our objective is to provide Polk County low income residents a medical facility that offers consistent, comprehensive, quality medical care. We strive to combine that care with educational efforts along with encouragement for them to make healthy lifestyle choices.
The Haley Center was established in 2005 as a medical mission serving the indigent population of Polk County who fall below the 200% poverty level guidelines, no insurance, no trauma or MVA and meet screening criteria.
Currently we are staffed by greater than 40 medical providers who volunteer their time on a regular basis to provide care to this indigent population.
We also provide clinical opportunities to the local technical schools and Universities for their students. These include medical doctors, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, licensed practice nurses, medical assistants, dieticians, nutritionists and clinical nurse assistants.
We currently serve greater than 500 patients . New walk-ins are taken on a daily basis .
We are proud to work with these amazing non-profits and Universities: AmeriPath, BayCare Winter Haven Hospital, Beta Sigma Phi, Bond Clinic, Cassidy Cancer Center, Central Florida Health Care, Firefighters Pipes and Drums, First Baptist Church of Wahneta, First Baptist Church of Winter Haven, First Presbyterian Church, Florida Southern College, Grace Lutheran Church, Gessler Clinic, Heart 4 Winter Haven, Nova Southeastern University, Polk County Advanced Nurse Association, Polk Healthcare, Polk State College, South University, Southern Tech, University of South Florida, We Care, Winter Haven Center for Behavioral Health, Four Lakes Charities Retirement Village.