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Prevention and Wellness
Orlando Health is invested in guiding our patients — as well as our team members and the community — toward optimal health and well-being. Enhancement in services such as coordinated care, health screenings and lifestyle counseling can benefit all, from children to adults, and lead to improved detection, management and even prevention of many diseases and chronic illnesses.
Three major causes of death in the U.S. — obesity, heart disease and lung cancer — are largely preventable, with modifiable risk factors. Our prevention and wellness care focuses on identifying personal risk factors for developing these and other diseases, and providing the assistance needed to make lifestyle choices that will reduce or prevent those risks or help manage existing conditions.
Primary and Specialty Care
Orlando Health’s primary care physicians are making primary care, priority care. With 24 locations throughout Central Florida offering same-day appointments and preventive and wellness services, patients have easy access to the comprehensive care they need and deserve.
And, if the need for specialty care arises, our primary care patients are already backed by the strength of Orlando Health — with access to more than 500 fully integrated employed physicians representing more than 40 specialties, including cardiology, gastroenterology, oncology, neurology, orthopedics and surgical care. With practices located throughout Orlando and Central Florida, this multi-specialty organization is designed to facilitate a clinically integrated delivery of care based on best practices and evidence-based medicine, ensuring the best care available for our patients.
Orlando Health’s service line approach to care is a true patient-centered approach to the delivery of healthcare. Structured to align with the way our patients experience healthcare within Orlando Health, service line care coordinates the patient’s journey, based on their individual healthcare needs. By coordinating critical functions across the care continuum, we create value for the patient and support our goals of improved access, care continuity and optimal clinical outcomes.
Diagnostic and Outpatient Care
Orlando Health offers timely, cost-effective and high quality diagnostic care delivered by licensed physicians and certified technologists committed to providing excellent patient care. Utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, we administer tests to aid in detection, diagnoses and treatment therapies that will result in the best possible outcomes for our patients.
Diagnostic services include pathology and laboratory medicine, radiology and diagnostic imaging, and nuclear medicine, with an array of invasive and noninvasive testing, such as angiography, bone density scan, CT scan, mammography, MRI, ultrasound and X-ray.
In addition to diagnostic services, we provide a comprehensive range of outpatient medical services in an environment that offers more convenience and less stress for our patients and families. Outpatient services include advanced catheterization, surgical and endoscopic procedures, neurodiagnostics, cardiology, wound care, and rehabilitation therapy. Featuring state-of-the-art facilities and highly skilled medical teams, our outpatient centers bring the highest quality healthcare to our patients throughout Central Florida.
Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children
A place of hope and healing, Arnold Palmer Hospital is dedicated exclusively to the healthcare needs of children, offering expertise in a wide range of pediatric specialties.
Orlando Health Cancer Institute
Orlando Health has joined forces with University of Florida Health to provide the most effective cancer care for our communities. The establishment of the Cancer Center brings the most experienced cancer doctors together with top cancer researchers to provide unique treatments tailored to each patient’s needs.
Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital
Dr. P. Phillips Hospital is a comprehensive community hospital offering a wide range of specialized programs and services for our patients in southwest Orange County.
Orlando Health - Health Central Hospital
Serving our patients in west Orange County, Health Central Hospital is a full-service acute care community hospital providing access to a wide range of specialty care.
Orlando Health Horizon West Hospital
This six-story, 214,000-square-foot facility features a 120 patient bed capacity and seamlessly integrates with the 78,000-square-foot emergency department and medical pavilion that have been open on the campus since 2018. This new hospital brings together comprehensive health services, personalized care, and state-of-the-art treatments in a convenient, one-stop facility for residents of Winter Garden and surrounding areas.
Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center
One of the largest tertiary facilities in the region, ORMC is Orlando Health’s flagship facility and home to the area’s only Level One Trauma Center. ORMC offers the most advanced care available for medical, surgical, rehabilitative and emergency care needs.
Orlando Health South Lake Hospital
Orlando Health South Lake Hospital is a community hospital offering a full continuum of care close to home for residents of South Lake County.
Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital
Serving Seminole County, South Seminole Hospital is a full-service community hospital offering advanced medical procedures as well as a focus on prevention, wellness and community outreach services.
Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital
Situated in the heart of St. Cloud, Florida, Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital (formerly St. Cloud Regional Medical Center) has served the residents of the surrounding Osceola County communities for more than 50 years. As a community hospital, Orlando Health St. Cloud provides quality, compassionate healthcare in a friendly, comfortable setting and convenient location.
Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies
Winnie Palmer Hospital is designed to meet the unique health needs of women and babies. A leader in obstetrics and neonatal intensive care as well as comprehensive healthcare for women throughout all stages of life, the hospital provides a wide range of obstetric and gynecologic services.
Orlando Health’s transitional care embodies the continuum of care needed to help our patients recover fully after an illness or injury. By coordinating continued care after a patient’s hospital discharge, we can improve health outcomes, increase efficiency of care, and reduce hospital readmissions and the cost of healthcare services. Through the collaborative efforts of our physicians, clinicians, social workers and entire healthcare team, patients will experience the caring road to recovery that Orlando Health offers, including rehabilitation services, home care, telemedicine monitoring, a home-delivery pharmacy program, and many other innovative programs.