President & CEO Message

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National Women’s Health Week is celebrated each year beginning on Mother’s Day, this year landing on May 12. It is a week to highlight and encourage women to make their health a priority. I am so grateful for the women in my life who have nurtured and poured love into me since I was a young child. I want to take the time to honor and thank them for their selfless acts of kindness. To the women we serve here at Community Health of South Florida, Inc. (CHI): You are the backbone of your families, ensuring that your children and partners are taken care of and guiding them to their appointments. This Women’s Health Week, I want to encourage you to prioritize yourself and your health. CHI offers comprehensive care, including primary care and women’s services. Make your appointment today at We would not be here without you, and we are so thankful!

This month, we celebrate another remarkable woman, Natalie Windsor, for her appointment as CHI’s Board Chair—the first woman to hold this position in CHI’s history. Windsor has dedicated 38 years to this organization, and no one is more deserving of this role. You’ll discover more about her inspiring journey in this newsletter.

In other exciting news, we had our annual Golf Tournament at the beautiful Deering Bay Yacht and Country Club on April 8. It coincided with the solar eclipse, offering golfers an exciting chance to catch the rare sight with their own eyes! By the end of the event, about $100,000 was raised to benefit children suffering from severe mental illness. I could not be prouder of the work that the CHI team has accomplished in turning this dream into a reality. Construction is now in full swing, and it is all thanks to you and your generous donations over the years. Let us continue to build towards a brighter future for these young lives and the South Florida community!

Yours Truly,




Blake Hall