Community Stewardship

Leon Medical Centers have become one of the most prestigious healthcare institutions in Florida and serves as a model for organizations locally, as well as nationally. Through a unique integrated model that offers a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to medical care, Leon Medical Centers is able to improve the health and lives of patients.

The León family’s continued commitment to serving their community is evident in Leon Medical Centers’ outstanding corporate citizenship and the level of support they offer to charitable organizations and important causes throughout South Florida.

American Diabetes Association Education Recognition

Leon Medical Centers, earned the prestigious American Diabetes Association (ADA) Education Recognition Certificate for its high-quality diabetes self-management education program.

The ADA Education Recognition is a voluntary process, which assures that approved education programs have met the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education Programs. Programs that achieve Recognition status have a staff of knowledgeable health professionals who can provide comprehensive information about diabetes management for participants.

The American Diabetes Association Certification reinforces Leon Medical Centers’ commitment to continually enhance care to patients by providing a level of care that meets the highest national standards.


Leon Medical Centers  partners with League Against Cancer each year to host a walkathon to raise funds to benefit the League.  LMC employees raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the League through a series of fundraising activities such as food and bake sales, jewelry sales and raffles.
“For more than 43 years I have been dedicated to serving the healthcare needs of the Medicare population, most of whom are over the age of 65 and have always maintained that our society is best judged by how it cares for its elders. I am wholeheartedly committed to improving the lives of our seniors. This new center will provide greater opportunities to improve healthcare delivery for the aging population,”  - Benjamin Leon Jr.
Leon Medical Centers is an affiliate of Florida International University’s College of Medicine, which allows FIU medical students to do rotations at Leon Medical Centers.

In addition through a generous gift to The Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine ,the Benjamín León, Jr. Family Center for Geriatric Research and Education and the Leon Medical Centers Eminent Scholars Chair in Geriatrics was created to focus on health issues that affect the culturally-diverse elderly population in South Florida. As the United States population continues to grow older as a whole, the research conducted in this center will gain increased relevance beyond South Florida.