Orlando General Hospital


A Tradition of Excellence and Healing

Orlando Health was founded in 1918 on the heels of World War I and in the midst of a deadly flu pandemic. Orange General Hospital, as it was known then, was supported financially by community members and a dedicated group of doctors. This former 50-bed hospital, lit by candles and oil lamps, has evolved into a healthcare system that’s nationally recognized for meeting the highest standards of quality and compassionate care. 

With more than 3,200 beds in hospital and emergency room settings, Orlando Health serves the southeastern United States at locations from the Atlantic to Gulf coasts. More than 4,000 physicians in 100+ medical specialties have privileges across the Orlando Health system, which employs 25,000+ team members.