Langley Health Services (LHS), a Federally Qualified Community Health Center, serving the health care needs of patients in central Florida and beyond. As an accredited Patient-Centered Medical Home, our actions and services will be driven by the needs of our patients and will meet these needs wherever and whenever we can deliver appropriate services reliably, efficiently, and effectively.
LHS values our patients and staff by supporting our community and providing an expansive range of services. We seek to collaborate with progressive partners. Our services shall be available to all, without regard to pay. We strive to hire, develop, and promote professionals who resonate with our mission, vision and values.
History of Langley Health Services
Project Health, Inc. (PHI) is a not for profit, 501(c)3 organization that has operated a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), Langley Health Services (LHS), in Sumterville, Florida for over 40 years, the second site in Ocala, Florida since 2008 and, starting in 2016, sites throughout Citrus County, Florida. These sites are located in Inverness, Crystal River, and Lecanto, Florida. PHI also operates a Mobile Medical Unit (MMU) and a Mobile Dental Unit (MDU) that serve all of the service area. PHI was incorporated on December 12, 1974. PHI has been accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc. (AAAHC) and has been designated as a Primary Care Medical Home by AAAHC since 2015, with the most recent re-accreditation in 2018.
PHI is the only FQHC in Sumter County and Citrus County and has a single site in Marion County, Florida. Services provided in all counties served include Family Practice, Pediatrics, Podiatry, Behavioral Health, and Dental. Substance Use Disorder Treatment is provided in the Sumterville and Ocala locations. Diagnostic Imaging is provided in the Marion County location. Advanced Diagnostic Imaging Services and Pharmacy Services are available in Sumter County. Quest Diagnostics provides laboratory services and has a location leased in the Sumter County location, as well as multiple locations throughout the neighboring counties to allow flexibility for patients to have lab work completed.