Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center
Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC) is the 808-bed flagship hospital of Orlando Health and is one of the largest tertiary facilities in the region. For more than 100 years, ORMC has been serving the Central Florida community and providing the most advanced care available for all surgical, medical, rehabilitative and emergency needs served by a highly qualified team of physicians, nurses and clinical staff as well as the very latest in technology and diagnostic imaging capabilities. ORMC is home to the area’s only Level One Trauma Center, serving 18 counties and is a comprehensive stroke center, regional burn center, and STEMI receiving center. It has a 96 bed ED and provides care for more than 107,000 ED patients each year.
Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center has been recognized by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care (SCPC) with Chest Pain Accreditation with PCI (percutaneous coronary intervention), Heart Failure Accreditation and Atrial Fibrillation Certification. In addition, ORMC is one of only two hospitals in Florida, and the only one in Central Florida to receive the designation of Full Atrial Fibrillation with Electrophysiology Services (EPS) Accreditation from the SCPC.
Consistently recognized as a Best Regional Hospital by US News & World Report and within the top 10 in the state of Florida, ORMC has been rated as high performing in all four cardiovascular procedures and conditions, including: Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), heart bypass surgery, heart failure and aortic valve surgery.
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Orlando Health Heart & Vascular Institute
Orlando Health Heart & Vascular Institute (OHHVI) is located on the main Orlando Health campus, directly across from Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Made up of a team of renowned cardiovascular professionals collaborating to create better patient outcomes, the programs and services are integrated enabling multidisciplinary care designed to meet the patient’s cardiac needs. OHHVI is comprised of a multitude of cardiac outpatient clinics and services including:
- General Outpatient Cardiology Clinic
- Arrhythmia Clinic
- Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) Clinic
- Coumadin Clinic
- Structural Heart/Valve Clinic
- Vein Clinic
- Cardiac Catheterization
- Cardiac Device Implantation
- Coronary Intervention (PCI)
- Carotid Doppler Ultrasound
- Electrophysiology Studies
- Holter & Cardiac Event Monitoring
- Nuclear Medicine
- Peripheral Vascular Studies
- Tilt Table Testing
The Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery Group earned the highest quality rating from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons for: CABG, AVR, and combined CABG and AVR.
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Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children
Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children is a 158-bed pediatric facility, located on the downtown main Orlando Health campus, offering expert and comprehensive health care for children. It encompasses a wide range of pediatric subspecialties and is a major referral center for families across Florida.
Fellows have the opportunity to rotate on an elective congenital cardiology rotation. Not only is this elective chosen by all fellows, but is noted as one of the favorite rotations at Orlando Health. During the congenital rotation fellows are exposed to advanced imaging including TEE and MRI, interventional cardiology, cardiac critical care, and the adult congenital clinic. Given the prevalence and growing number of adult congenital patients, this rotation gives our fellows exposure which aids in board preparation, but most importantly, provides experience in managing the needs of these patients in the real-world setting.
Orlando Health Arnold Palmer has been recognized as a “Best Children’s Hospital” by U.S. News and World Report for the last 11 years with high rankings designations in multiple subspecialty areas, including cardiology, pulmonology and orthopedics.
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Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies
Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies is dedicated exclusively to the unique healthcare needs of women and babies, with labor and delivery rooms, postpartum and high-risk antepartum units, and full gynecology and reproductive services. Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital specializes in high-risk births and is home to one of the largest NICUs in the nation and is the second-busiest labor and delivery center in the U.S., delivering over 14,000 babies each year. Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital was designated as a “Best Children’s Hospital” in neonatology by US News & World Report in 2020-21.
Fellows are often consulted on adult cardiology cases to help assist with a multitude of pathologies in both acute and chronic settings.
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Orlando VA Healthcare System
Orlando VA Medical Center, serving more than 110,000 Veterans in Central Florida, is one of seven medical centers that make up the VA Sunshine Healthcare Network (VISN 8). Established as a medical center in October 2006, the Orlando VA Medical Center is recognized as one of the Top 100 Companies in Central Florida for working families. The Orlando VA Medical Center includes a 120-bed Community Living Center in Lake Nona, a 60-bed Residential Rehabilitation Program (Domiciliary) in Lake Nona and a 56-bed Residential Rehabilitation Program (Domiciliary) located at Lake Baldwin, Outpatient Clinics in Lake Baldwin, Viera and Daytona Beach and four Community Based Outpatient Clinics located in Clermont, Kissimmee, Tavares, and Deltona. The new Orlando VA Medical Center is part of a 650-acre health and life sciences park known as the Lake Nona Medical City. The 65-acre medical campus has 134-inpatient beds and provides acute care, complex specialty care, advanced diagnostic services, a large multispecialty outpatient clinic, and administrative and support services.
Outpatient Training and Continuity Clinic
Outpatient Training and Continuity Clinic
Each fellow participates in an on-going continuity clinic which provides the opportunity to develop long-term relationships with patients and further the understanding of the longitudinal nature of cardiovascular diseases. Each fellow does one half-day of cardiology clinic per week with the option of additional outpatient experiences in various subspecialties as an elective and as part of the heart failure rotation.