The Orlando Health Medical Group supports the Orlando Health Hospital System, a not-for-profit healthcare organization and community-based network of physician practices, hospitals and outpatient care centers throughout Central Florida. The system includes an extensive network of physicians representing more than 100 specialties and primary care; 10 wholly-owned hospitals; 4,200 physicians, multiple skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers; and multiple outpatient care centers offering urgent care, same-day surgery, and laboratory, imaging and rehabilitation services.
The Orlando Health Medical Group physicians play a key role in delivering a complete continuum of care for nearly 3 million Central Florida residents. At Orlando Health, we value collaboration and shared purpose, providing our physicians and team members with the resources to develop successful careers. We offer generous opportunities as we work together to provide extraordinary care to our community.
Our award-winning system includes the following hospitals:
- Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center
- Bayfront Health St. Petersburg
- Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital
- Orlando Health – Health Central Hospital
- Orlando Health Horizon West Hospital
- Orlando Health South Lake Hospital
- Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital
- Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital
- Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children
- Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies
The healthcare system encompasses award-winning hospitals, stand-alone emergency departments, behavioral health care, skilled nursing facilities, rehabilitation services and urgent care locations. Our network of primary care physicians and specialists extends from the Atlantic to Gulf coasts and spans more than a dozen counties.
Orlando Health is nationally recognized for its pediatric and adult trauma programs as well as its high-performing community hospitals and specialty hospitals. Each year, we welcome more than 20,000 babies across the system and care for the most fragile in one of the nation’s largest neonatal intensive care units.
The most-advanced care is offered through our specialty institutes that connect clinical excellence, education and research programs in our core services. With a robust graduate medical education program that hosts more than 350 residents and fellows each academic year, Orlando Health continues its pioneering research that includes therapies for end-stage breast cancer, identifying biomarkers to detect traumatic brain injury and offering first-in-the-world expanded access for an experimental advanced melanoma treatment.
Last year, the healthcare system provided more than $782 million in total value to the communities it serves in the form of charity care, community benefit programs and services, and community building activities.