UF Health The Villages® Hospital, formerly known as The Villages® Regional Hospital and acquired by University of Florida Health in January 2020, is a 307-bed acute care hospital that has been serving residents of The Villages® as well as patients in Lake, Sumter and Marion counties since 2002.
At UF Health The Villages® Hospital, we are committed to providing the community with leading-edge patient care, clinical training and research programs. Our teams of physicians and clinical staff work together to offer specialty services, advanced technology and clinical studies — bringing world-class health care closer to you and your loved ones.
In addition to being accredited by The Joint Commission, UF Health The Villages® Hospital has been recognized for excellence in patient care and workplace health. The American College of Cardiology awarded UF Health The Villages® Hospital with its highest Chest Pain Center accreditation and U.S. News & World Report has rated several of the hospital's clinical areas as 'High Performing.' In 2019, Becker's Hospital Review named UF Health The Villages® Hospital on its list of the 150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare.