About ProHealth Family Physicians

Mission Statement

It is our mission to improve the health of those we serve with a commitment to excellence in all that we do. Our goal is to offer quality, family focused care that set community standards, exceed patient's expectations and are provided in a caring and convenient manner. We recognize the value of every person and are guided by our dedication to excellence and leadership. The commitment of our staff, providers, volunteers, students, and community partners to our mission permits us to maintain a quality of presence and tradition of caring, which are the hallmarks of ProHealth Family Physicians.

 

Core Values

  • We believe that successful lasting relationships result from open communications, integrity and fairness.
  • We believe that family, in its many forms, is the most important institution in human development.
  • We believe that the pursuit of excellence requires openness and willingness to change.
  • We believe that all people are intrinsically created equal.
  • We believe that each person is responsible for the choices they make.

About ProHealth

About ProHealth Family Physicians

ProHealth Family Physicians has been providing state-of-the-art primary healthcare services to central Florida patients of all ages for over a quarter century. Our board-certified physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and professional staff continually strive to provide a compassionate, cooperative healthcare experience which is centred on each patient’s unique needs and goals. Founded in 1988, ProHealth is wholly physician-owned placing patients first, not stock holders, corporations, or hospitals. Like you, we live in central Florida and want the best for our community.

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Member Of FPT ACO

ProHealth is a proud member of the Florida Physicians Trust Accountable Care Organization (FPT ACO). FPT ACO is an affiliation of physician practices recognized by the US government and dedicated to reducing the rising cost of healthcare through commitment to improved communication across specialties, reduced duplication of services, and appropriate use of medical technologies and services.