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Contact The Health Center of Pensacola 8475 University Pkw  474-1252 Email: JeanLaCoste@cox.net

The Health Center of Pensacola accepts Medicare, Medicaid, private pay and private insurance, as well as:

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The Health Center of Pensacola provides quality, professional rehabilitation treatment and long-term care to patients of the Pensacola area. Our highly attentive staff of caretakers are experienced and recognized in our area as leaders in the health care industry . We are dedicated to evaluating, identifying and tending to the rehabilitation and long-term care needs of our community.

At The Health Center of Pensacola, you and your family can rely on us to provide high-quality health care services in the most kindhearted and considerate manner possible. Our patients and their families can rest assured we will give the personal level of treatment care each individual deserves and needs.

We encourage you to browse our site for more information about our rehabilitation services and long-term care programs. Please feel free to contact any of our administrative staff at The Health Center of Pensacola directly at 850-474-1252 with any questions or concerns. We look forward to meeting you and building a long-lasting relationship! In the meantime, please feel free to ask questions or leave comments on our contact page.

The Health Center Receives Five Star Rating!

According to US News.com, The Health Center of Pensacola received five stars, the highest overall rating, from the federal government's Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. At The Health Center of Pensacola we strive to maintain the highest levels of excellence in the health and rehabilitative care field. We wish to thank the staff, administration, patients and their families for helping us to acheive this notable recognition.

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