Pasco Economic Development Council (Pasco EDC) was created in 1987 to foster the economic vitality and business development opportunities of Pasco County, Florida. The Pasco EDC is committed to positive growth to make Pasco County a great place to live and work. You won't find a more supportive county in which to do business.
Mission Statement: The Pasco Economic Development Council will lead Pasco County in the creation of a sustainable and diversified economy.
Morton Plant North Bay Hospital (BayCare)
PHONE: (727) 842-8468
Purchased by Morton Plant Mease in 1999, Morton Plant North Bay Hospital is West Pasco County’s only not-for-profit community hospital. Since assuming ownership, we have demonstrated our ongoing commitment to the community we serve by investing more than $100 million to expand and develop programs, services and technologies. For example:
Their commitment to improving the health of our community goes beyond the four walls of their new buildings, they have also expanded key services to provide the latest care for you and your family. Their service improvements include:
Their mission has always been to improve the health of all they serve through community-owned health care services that set the standard for high-quality, compassionate care. You can be assured that they stand behind this mission and can expect their commitment to improving the health of all of West Pasco for many more years to come.
Pasco EDC Board of Directors is responsible for governing the organization and providing leadership implementing our stategic plan. Our governance structure enables the private and public sectors to collectively leverage knowledge, passion, influence and relationships for the purpose of achieving goals.
Saint Leo University
PHONE: (352) 588-5200
One of the top-ranked universities in Florida, Saint Leo is a Catholic, liberal arts school serving learners of all faiths.
Established in 1889 by the Order of Saint Benedict of Florida, the university seeks balanced growth in mind, body and spirit for all members of our community. Saint Leo has grown from a peaceful campus in the rolling hills of Central Florida to an institution of international consequence—ranked one of the best regional universities in the South by U.S. News & World Report
The Tampa-area campus remains committed as ever to student-centered liberal arts education, and is strengthened by the global reach of the regionally accredited online programs and Education Centers in seven states across the U.S., including on many military bases.
Their determination to make higher education more accessible to all has made Saint Leo a world leader in redefining the 21st century university. Saint Leo now serves nearly 16,000 students from all 50 states and 61 countries—ranking us among the five largest Catholic higher education institutions in the United States.
Named one of the top universities in the South by U.S. News & World Report, Saint Leo is also one of the nation's 10 leading providers of higher education to the U.S. military.