Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute Downtown Complex

Experience innovation in motion at the first and only orthopedic hospital of its kind in the Southeast. The Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute downtown complex delivers an all-in-one experience in orthopedic care with world-renowned specialists, advance imaging including faster MRIs, smart-room technology and more – at one convenient location.

Full-Service Orthopedic Hospital

From the latest advancements in robotic-assisted surgery to personalized amenities for an enhanced patient experience, it's all here, built with you in mind.

Specialty Hospital | 1st Floor

Patient Ambassador Services

Personalized Care and Attention

All surgery patients receive personalized care by a dedicated patient ambassador from the moment of arrival through discharge.

  • Pre-Admission: Prior to your surgery date, your dedicated ambassador will coordinate your nonclinical needs. From arranging lodging for a loved one to ensuring your language services needs are available and placing your preferred meal order with our food and nutrition team in preparation for your departure, we are here to make your stay as smooth and stress-free as possible.
  • Arrival: Remember to use our complimentary valet service, and expect door-to-door attention from the front door to your preoperative patient smart room.
  • Admission: While you're in surgery, your family can remain in your room to enjoy the comfort and amenities. Video conferencing capability is available if anything needs to be discussed with your surgeon or care team. We can also provide guidance with online services, including the Orlando Health MyChart patient portal.
  • Discharge: Post-surgery, we coordinate your transportation needs and provide a to-go meal.

The Educational OR Showroom

Powered by Stryker

Our interactive showroom gives you an unprecedented look inside the OR, with equipment provided by one of the world's leading medical technology companies, Stryker.

Engage with 3D acrylic displays and learn about the 10 most-performed orthopedic procedures and equipment used for each, including:

  • Implants: CinchLock SS and CinchLock Flex Knotless Anchor System Labral Repair
  • ProCinch: ACL Repair
  • Ozark View Cervical Plate System: Cervical Fixation
  • Perform RSA: Reverse Shoulder Replacement
  • AIR+: Meniscus Repair
  • VariAx 2 Distal Radius: Distal Radius Fracture Repair
  • Omega Knotless Anchor System: Rotator Cuff Repair
  • Inbone Total Ankle System: Foot Implant Solutions
  • Triathlon Tritanium: Cementless Total Knee Replacement
  • Accolade II, Trident II and MDM: Total Hip Replacement

Specialty Hospital | 2nd Floor

Sterile Processing

The Heart of the Hospital

Known as "the heart of the hospital," our Sterile Processing Department enables superior patient safety and care through meticulous cleaning, disinfecting and sterilizing of surgical instruments.

The 12,000-square-foot area is stocked with the best technology in sterilization equipment, including dedicated elevators, a cart washer, pass-through sterilization and computers at every workstation.

  • Decontamination: The process begins when a cart filled with used instruments and containers leaves the OR on a dedicated elevator and arrives in the decontamination area for cleaning and disinfection. Here, they undergo a meticulous cleaning process, which may involve manual scrubbing and the use of mechanical or ultrasonic cleaners.
  • Prep and Pack: Once the items are decontaminated, the instruments are prepped, packed and loaded into one of five pass-through steam sterilizers of V-Pro peroxide plasma sterilizers.
  • Sterile Storage: When the process is complete, the instruments are placed in sterile storage and returned to the OR on a dedicated elevator.

Specialty Hospital | 3rd Floor

Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU)

Wake Without Worry

Before and after orthopedic surgery, patients are cared for in our 44-bed PACU by a team of highly trained critical care nurses specifically trained to meet the needs of orthopedic and spine patients.

Our nursing team is skilled in providing personalized attention to patients after receiving anesthesia. As part of your care, you can expect our nurses to:

  • Monitor your vital signs
  • Examine your surgical site
  • Check and maintain intravenous fluids
  • Provide any required care until discharge

Operating Room

10 State-of-the-Art Spaces

Ten technologically advanced operating rooms were designed specifically for orthopedic surgery, with sterility, efficiency and open space in mind.

Complete with video integration, the use of robotics and enhanced air filtration, each intraoperative experience can be optimized for success.

  • Efficiency: unique features, such as sliding entry doors, pass-through windows and intuitive floor plans, help minimize traffic and increase patient safety.
  • Sterility: A CLEANSUITE Operating Room Ceiling System directs airborne particles and contaminants away from the patient and staff while encompassing the room in HEPA-filtered air.
  • Technology: Advanced equipment allows the surgical team to better control instruments and view high-quality images of the procedure on magnified monitors. This technology also allows us to live stream surgeries to share across Orlando Health and around the world.

Specialty Hospital | 5th Floor

Smart Patient Room

Technology and Comfort Combine

Enjoy an enhanced patient experience with customization options, interactive entertainment and seamless communication with your care team.

  • Patient Customization: Make the room more to your liking with the ability to self-control your lighting, window shades, temperature and other comforts.
  • Infotainment and Communication: Interactive smart TVs allow you to choose your own entertainment, play games, get on-demand education about your health condition and order room service. This also enables seamless communication.
  • Digital White Boards: Interact with everything digitally, from viewing your individualized care plans and medication schedule to your X-ray images.

Specialty Hospital | 7th Floor

Education and Research

Set Up to Succeed

The largest Bioskills lab dedicated to our orthopedic residents and fellows that foster a fail-free learning environment.

The Journal of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons ranks Orlando Health's orthopedic residency fourth in the United States.

  • Safe Training: Our Bioskills lab allows residents and fellows to train in a safe, OR-like environment. Ten stations host up to 60 clinical learners at one time. For safety, we only utilize American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB)-certified tissue and the tools and instruments from our ORs empower students to succeed in their training.
  • Education On-Demand: With video integration, we can share the training sessions with attendees in our 116-person stadium-seated auditorium and stream surgeries live for international training. There is an additional meeting space that seats up to 45 classroom-style.
  • Technology: A 3D printer allows our learners to create prototypes for testing, patient application and potential new medical devices.

Bioskills Lab

Our Bioskills Lab is an innovative and advanced learning environment with state-of-the-art equipment, dedicated to providing medical professionals with hands-on surgical training.

As the largest dedicated resident lab space among the nation's orthopedic hospitals, our bioskills lab allows learners to simulate real-life surgical procedures, using anatomical specimens, medical simulators and synthetic models to advance their skills and knowledge. Within the lab space itself, every surgical specialty can be performed in a realistic operating room environment.

Medical Pavilion

No matter where you are on your journey, our medical pavilion provides the care you need. Meet with your doctor, get diagnostic imaging and lab work, have surgery, pick up prescriptions or do rehab — all in one location.

Medical Pavilion | 1st Floor

Orlando Health Imaging Center

Advanced Technology and Precision

Our team of fellowship-trained musculoskeletal radiologists and orthopedic doctors bring extensive expertise to the treatment of diseases and injuries of the joints, bones, muscles and spine. For both adult and pediatric patients, our team performs a comprehensive and detailed analysis of imaging studies to chart the best course of treatment.

  • Enhanced Patient Experience: From the moment you arrive for your appointment, you’ll be able to customize the parts of your experience, including setting room lights to your desired brightness. A unique patient display uses augmented reality, making the space feel larger to calm any feelings of anxiety or claustrophobia.
  • Decreased Scan Times: Using AI-powered image reconstruction technology, Deep Resolve software radically shortens scan times, delivering sharper scans, faster than ever before. Scans using traditional MRI technology can take up to 45 minutes — ours often take less than 10 minutes.

Medical Pavilion | 5th Floor

Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute Outpatient Rehabilitation

The Nation’s Fastest Results and Progress

Whether you’ve suffered an injury or you’re recovering from surgery, rehabilitation services — physical and occupational therapy — play an important role in restoring and maximizing your function and mobility. Our board-certified specialists deliver the nation's fastest results and higher levels of progress. They’ll work closely with your physician to design a personalized plan combining education, individualized exercise and a full range of therapies. Our goal is to help you get back to work and your favorite activities.

  • State-of-the-Art Therapy Gym: Our rehabilitation gym is stocked with the most advanced equipment, including an AlterG® antigravity treadmill and motion-analysis cameras.
  • Certified Specialists: Our team includes specialists certified in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis, a reliable assessment process for musculoskeletal problems, Titleist® Performance Institute-certified specialists who evaluate a golfer’s body and dry needling specialists to treat pain and movement issues associated with myofascial trigger points.