LARGO – The Florida Health Care Association named Michael Broady, executive director for Regal Palms of Largo, its 2013 Assisted Living Facility Administrator of the Year Aug. 6.
Broady has been working in senior living management for more than 20 years.
According to the association, Broady has an exemplary survey record and has implemented many quality improvement programs in partnership with his facility’s clinical staff, including the adoption of a program to reduce the facility’s hospital readmissions. His commitment to quality drives the staff, at the Regal Palms of Largo, which was the first assisted living facility in Florida to achieve both the bronze and silver National Quality Award from American Health Care Association.
A past president of the association and a Walter M. Johnson Jr. Circle of Excellence Award recipient, Broady is actively involved on Florida Health Care Association’s Florida Center for Assisted Living Committee and is an advocate for assisted living communities. In his newest role, he will represent Florida’s assisted living communities on a national stage with the National Center for Assisted Living.
The Administrator of the Year is selected based on his or her qualities of leadership and demonstrated service to the Florida Health Care Association, along with his or her significant and measurable achievements in overall facility administration, workforce innovation, survey record and survey compliance in turn-around facilities and implementation of quality improvement programs.
The Regal Palms is at 300 Lake Ave. NE in Largo. Call 437-1350 or visit www.regalalf.com.