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Ohme Entin is the chief operating officer of Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center.  She is responsible for driving operational performance and executing strategic initiatives for the 808-bed hospital in downtown Orlando, which is Orlando Health’s flagship medical center and home to the area’s only Level One Trauma Center.

She formerly served as president of Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital, where she was responsible for leading the strategic and operational direction for the 84-bed, acute-care hospital, and before that as chief operating officer of Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital.

Ohme has extensive experience in managing healthcare facilities, including leadership roles at Bayshore Medical Center in Pasadena, Texas, and The Woman’s Hospital of Texas in Houston. During her career, she has achieved success in emergency services, operations and facility construction.

A native of New Jersey, Ohme holds a master’s degree in health administration from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond and a bachelor’s degree in public health from Rutgers University in New Jersey. She is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.