The Marion County Hospital District is a governmental agency created by the Florida Legislature in 1965 to oversee healthcare for the residents of Marion County, Florida.
The Marion County Hospital District is governed by a seven-member Board of Trustees who are appointed by the Marion County Board of County Commissioners.
The Marion County Hospital District (MCHD) owned the public hospital, Munroe Regional Medical Center, in Ocala, Florida. In 2014, MCHD ceased operating Munroe Regional Medial Center. In 2016, the Marion County Hospital District entered into an operating lease of Munroe Regional Medical Center and with Florida Hospital (now known as Advent Health).
The Marion County Hospital District’s Chief Executive Officer, Curt Bromund, administers the Hospital District’s affairs, including the wind-down of Munroe Regional Health System, Inc., a 501(c)(3), tax exempt, hospital corporation which formerly operated Munroe Regional Medical Center. The wind-down of MRHS, Inc. is expected to take several years to complete.
The Marion County Hospital District is responsible for prudently investing the lease proceeds on behalf of the citizens of Marion County, Florida. MCHD uses a portion of the earnings from the lease proceeds to fund public health projects dedicated to improving the health and well-being of Marion County residents.
Improved Health of Marion County Citizens
Create Specific Initiatives Which Will Impact Prioritized Health Concerns And Promote Healthier Lifestyles of Marion County Citizens
WE WILL be committed to the highest level of ethical standards in discharging our public responsibilities.
WE WILL accomplish our mission by prudently managing the resources entrusted to us by the public we serve.
WE WILL strive to maintain quality of care in all that we do for the public.
WE WILL conduct our business in an open, accountable and legal manner to ensure public trust and to encourage public participation.
Targeted Health Concerns
Mental Health/Opioids, Oral Health, Diabetes, Obesity, Tobacco Cessation
(Sources for target areas include: 2015 Community Health Needs Assessment, Robert Woods Johnson County Health Rankings, and WellFlorida Council)