Orlando Health is one of Florida's most comprehensive private, not-for-profit healthcare networks, and is based in Orlando, FL. Our facilities, advanced medical treatments and procedures, and highly qualified staff have distinguished Orlando Health as a healthcare leader for nearly two million Central Florida residents and 4,500 international visitors annually.
Orlando Health is a 1,780-bed family of facilities, comprised of:
|Orlando Regional Medical Center |
Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC) is an 808-bed hospital in downtown Orlando specializing in trauma, cardiovascular services, orthopedics, neurosciences, and internal medicine as well as minimally invasive bariatric surgery. ORMC is one of the state's six major teaching hospitals and Orlando Health's flagship medical center. ORMC is home to Central Florida's only Level One Trauma Center. Our leading edge technology and expertise allow us to provide comprehensive care to the most critically-ill or -injured patients throughout our community.
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|Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children |
Arnold Palmer Hospital is a 158-bed pediatric hospital dedicated to the care of children. The hospital features nationally ranked Cardiology, Cardiac Surgery and Orthopedics programs, among many pediatric specialties.Our Pediatric Emergency Department & Trauma Center is part of the area’s only Level 1 Trauma Center.Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children is also the only children’s hospital in Central Florida to rank as one of “America’s Best Children’s Hospitals” in U.S. News & World Report.
|Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies |
Winnie Palmer Hospital is a 285-bed hospital facility dedicated to the unique needs of women and babies. Our 11-story hospital provides complete women’s care from obstetrics and high-risk births to gynecological services and is one of the largest birthing centers in the United States. Winnie Palmer Hospital is also home to one of the largest Level III (highest level) Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU) in the nation. The 112-bed NICU offers specialized care for high-risk critically ill newborns.
|MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando |
MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando is the first and largest affiliate of the world-renowned University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, which is located in Houston, Texas. MD Anderson - Orlando offers specialized cancer treatment through a multidisciplinary approach, which means each patient benefits from the expertise of a team of professionals including medical, radiation and surgical oncologists, pathologists, radiologists, nuclear medicine doctors, advanced practice nurses and other support staff.
|Dr. P. Phillips Hospital |
Dr. P. Phillips Hospital is a full-service medical/surgical facility serving the residents of southwest Orange County and Orlando's growing tourist population. With 237 acute care beds, Dr. Phillips Hospital offers signature programs such as 24-hour emergency services; surgical services, including robotic and minimally invasive surgery, neurosurgery, vascular surgery and orthopedics; cardiovascular care, diagnostic imaging services, an accredited Chest Pain Center and a designated Stroke Center.
|South Seminole Hospital |
South Seminole Hospital is a 206-bed, full-service medical/surgical community hospital located in Longwood, Florida, and is dedicated to offering quality healthcare services and programs to meet the needs of the Seminole County community. The hospital serves as one of Orlando Health’s three AirCare Team helicopter bases, allowing critical patients to be transferred to ORMC’s Level I Trauma Center. South Seminole Hospital is also home to Orlando Health Behavioral Healthcare, an 80-bed psychiatric hospital.
| ||South Lake Hospital |
South Lake Hospital, in partnership with Orlando Health, is a not-for-profit, 122-bed community hospital. The hospital campus is a 180-acre health, wellness and education campus that includes the hospital, the Centre for Women’s Health, the National Training Center, an outpatient surgery center and an endoscopy center. South Lake Hospital has been serving its community’s healthcare needs for more than 60 years. For more information on South Lake Hospital, please visit southlakehospital.com.
| ||Health Central Hospital |
Serving West Orange County for 60 years, Health Central Hospital is a full-service acute care facility that offers convenient on-site and local access to over 500 doctors of all specialties. Health Central is a state-recognized Primary Stroke Center, provides diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterization, and offers state-of-the art diagnostic imaging services. Health Central Hospital is dedicated to providing safe, quality healthcare services in an atmosphere of caring.
| ||Orlando Health Foundation |
As Central Florida's only community-owned hospital system, Orlando Health reinvests all available revenues into programs, equipment, facilities, and medical staff. The Orlando Health Foundation works to secure essential philanthropic support for the expansion of our hospitals and programs.
| ||Cancer Research Institute |
Clinical research has been and continues to be a priority at MD Anderson - Orlando and clinical trials conducted at MD Anderson - Orlando are offered by the parent institution in Houston and by national cooperative research groups. Basic and translational research has now become a priority and is conducted at the Cancer Research Institute of MD Anderson - Orlando.
| ||Graduate Medical Education |
Orlando Health is committed to medical education as part of our core mission. We are the institutional sponsor of 7 residency and 14 fellowship programs. Our Hospitals serve as a substantial training site for medical students from University of Central Florida, Florida State University, University of Florida and University of South Florida as well as other schools throughout the United States.
| ||Orlando Health Visiting Nurse Association |
The Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) provides patients with quality, cost effective home healthcare services. VNA works directly with the patient's Physician to develop an individualized treatment plan to help achieve the home care goals.
Orlando Health is Central Florida’s fifth largest employer with over 14,000 employees and more than 2,000 affiliated physicians. Orlando Health possesses the area’s only Level One Trauma Centers for adults and pediatrics, specialty hospitals dedicated to children, women and babies and is a statutory teaching hospital system.
Orlando Health is a community-based family of facilities dedicated to serving the needs of our region. Since 1918, we have been committed to providing the best quality healthcare for our region and citizens. Our commitment to serving the Central Florida area is long-established and we are constantly investing time, energy, and resources to provide the best possible healthcare for our community. We are also dedicated to reaching out to the community, and to put our resources into local organizations and groups that help to make a difference in the health and quality of life in Central Florida. Working together as a team, Orlando Health takes a leadership role in improving the health of the community while maintaining financial stability.
Orlando Health Highlights:
- One of Florida's most comprehensive private, not for profit healthcare networks
- Nine facilities: Five leading community hospitals, three nationally-recognized specialty hospitals and one world-class cancer center
- Central Florida's fifth largest employer
- Central Florida's only statutory teaching hospital offering graduate medical education
- A healthcare leader for nearly two million residents and thousands of international visitors annually
- Hospitals: 8
- Number of beds: 1,788
- Team members: 14,310
- Physicians: 2,206
- Medical Education
- Faculty: 88
- Residents: 194
- Residency programs: 8
- Fellowship programs: 12
- Total admissions: (with newborns) 107,405
- Total births: 14,705
- Total surgeries: 62,154
- Total outpatient visits: 631,764
- Total emergency visits: 290,275
- Total trauma cases: 4,786
Orlando Health is a not-for-profit family of facilities dedicated to the health of the communities we serve.
All of our facilities provide high quality healthcare regardless of your ability to pay. And because the health of the community is our top priority, you benefit from the presence of top healthcare professionals who live and work in your community and provide high quality care.
See the difference:
|Not-for-profit hospitals ||For-profit (investor owned) hospitals |
|Money and assets stay in the community ||Money and assets owned by investors all over the globe |
|Volunteer board of directors serve without pay and balance financial decisions on community concerns and social responsibility ||Decisions made by individuals who are more focused on profits than the well-being of the community |
|No private person or corporation makes a profit ||Stockholders gain profits and can live anywhere |
|All income above expenses is used to improve the health of the community ||Profits often are not kept within the community |
|Consistently perform better when it comes to delivering high-quality care for the most common medical conditions1 ||Can make decisions that undermine quality healthcare in favor of bottom line. |
1 Harvard Medical School Office of Public Relations. "Not-for-Profit Hospitals, More Nurses, and Greater Availability of Technology Means Better Care for Patients: Federal and Military Hospitals Also Receive Top Quality Grade." 11 December 2006