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Children’s Advocacy Center Receives $1 Million Grant for Services to Young Sexual Abuse Victims
Central Florida Runners and Walkers Show Support for Miracle Babies 15th Annual Miracle Miles 15K, 5K presented by Panera Bread® Raises Funding for Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Winnie Palmer Hospital
Winnie Palmer Hospital Delivers 100,000th Baby Born on September 19, 2013, baby boy Hridaya Raj is the 100,000th baby born at Winnie Palmer Hospital.
$1 Million Commitment to Help Central Florida's Miracle Babies JetBlue Airways, Golf Channel, and Bay Hill Clue & Lodge raise $1 million for Winnie Palmer Hospital
Patient uses physical therapy to overcome paraplegia, stand up with his bride during wedding ceremony
Arnold Palmer Medical Center Achieves Magnet® Designation Arnold Palmer Medical Center achieved Magnet® designation, the “gold standard” for nursing’s contribution to quality patient care, safety, research, and service excellence.
Clinical Trial at MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando Makes Radiation Treatment Easier and More Convenient for Breast Cancer Patients MD Anderson – Orlando is the only site in Florida offering this clinical trial which is available to breast cancer patients who have undergone a lumpectomy.
UF Health Neurosurgery — Orlando Health reflects new partnership Orlando Health and the University of Florida department of neurosurgery have partnered to expand the neurosurgery program at Orlando Health with the opening of a specialized practice.
Orlando Regional Medical Center Receives Atrial Fibrillation Certification
Orlando Regional Medical Center Receives National Recognition for Cardiac Care
Arnold Palmer Hospital Among Best Children’s Hospitals by U.S. News and World Report
ORMC’s Air Care Team soars to new heights, transports 28,000th patient
Cardiovascular Surgeons join Orlando Health Heart Institute Drs. Jeffrey Bott and Mark Sand add advanced surgical options to cardiac care services at Orlando Health
50 Percent Fewer Late Pre-Term Babies Admitted into NICU after Reduction in Early Elective Deliveries New guidelines to reduce early elective deliveries result in healthcare cost savings
Orlando Health hospitals awarded an “A” for patient safety by Leap Frog Grade underscores Orlando Health’s commitment to quality care


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