Assistant Vice President, Orlando Health; Chief Operating Officer, Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital
As chief operating officer of Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital, Antwan Williams is responsible for the operations of the hospital and providing oversight for the development of high-quality and cost-effective programs and services to meet the needs of patients, physicians and team members.
Antwan rejoined the organization after two years serving as vice president of operations at Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital and the Downriver market in Wyandotte, Michigan. In his previous time with Orlando Health, he was administrator for allied health and support services for Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies. Earlier, he held leadership positions at Geisinger Health in Pennsylvania, directing the system’s emergency medicine operations.
Antwan earned a bachelor’s degree from Florida State University in Tallahassee and a master’s degree in health services administration from the University of Central Florida in Orlando. He also completed a global leadership and executive management program at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Antwan is co-founder of the Advancement League, an organization for top rising healthcare leaders, and is a past board member of the Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber and the Orlando Science Center.