Palm Healthcare Pavilion 


Mollie Wilmot Center

Palm Healthcare Pavilion
5205 Greenwood Ave.
West Palm Beach, FL 33407

Palm Healthcare Pavilion is the beautiful, yellow building on Greenwood Ave. located on the northeast side of the St. Mary’s Medical Center Campus. From I-95: Exit at 45th Street. Travel East to Greenwood Ave. and turn left. The Pavilion is ½ mile north on the left hand side of the road.




In November 2005, Palm Healthcare Foundation received a generous bequest from the late Mollie Wilmot. Her gift was the impetus behind Palm Healthcare Pavilion. Our trustees envisioned a place where healthcare professionals and families would come together to collaborate, foster healing, practice cutting edge care, empower and educate.

Today the trustee vision that began in 2005 is now a reality. The Pavilion empowers people to live beyond their diagnosis of diabetes, helps special needs children thrive, inspires caregiver confidence, and improves patient care.

Here are a few of the highlights regarding the pavilion's impact in the community:

  • Collectively, nearly 50,000 children and their families have benefitted from services provided at the Palm Healthcare Pavilion;
  • The foundation provides free rent to several nonprofit healthcare providers: National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Volunteer Nurse Corps, Boystown South Florida, and Florida Atlantic University’s Health Professionals Simulation Center;
  • 3,500 health professionals have received training at the FAU Simulation Center.


Programs located at Palm Healthcare Pavilion

NAMI of Palm Beach County

NAMI/PBC is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization dedicated to providing education, support and advocacy to empower individuals living with mental illness and their families-- with a goal to eliminate the stigma associated with brain illness.

NAMI/PBC offers support groups and a series of FREE educational programs (Peer-to-Peer and Family-to-Family).  Monthly educational meetings presented by professionals from the community on best practice/evidence-based treatments, cutting-edge education techniques and other topics of interest to the mental health community are also free and open to the public.

Call 561-588-3477 for more information or visit  for a comprehensive list of resources and program offerings for patients, families and mental health professionals. 

Boys Town South Florida

Father Flanagan’s Boys Town South Florida (Boys Town) provides an array of assessment and therapeutic services for children, adolescents, and their families. Boys Town operates a family-centered, solution-oriented clinic offering a range of specialized services that includes family, group and individual therapy, psychological assessments, parent training and education. Clinicians and interns will develop and implement treatment plans for youth with difficult problems through behavior modification rather than chemical intervention for common problems such as attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, anger management, bedtime and sleep disorders, out-of-control behaviors, learning challenges and depression.

Call 561-366-9400 or visit for more information.  

Conference Center/Healthy Kitchen  

Palm Healthcare Pavilion Conference Center/Healthy Kitchen  is available for your organization's group meetings/events.  For information on amenities provided and procedure for reserving space at the Pavilion, please click on link:


Any questions can be directed to: Lynette Baijnath at (561) 837-2274 or

Health Professions Simulation Center

The Health Professions Simulation Center provides an interactive, realistic setting where healthcare professionals learn to treat patients in the safest, most effective ways. By practicing on lifelike mannequins with realistic human responses, the Simulation Center is reducing preventable medical errors and enhancing expertise.  Participants in this “living classroom” strengthen skills, reduce response time and improve quality of care.  Please contact David Sandau at Florida Atlantic University's  Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine to register for classes. To visit their website, click here.