Our Training Facilities and Units

Orlando Health, headquartered in Orlando, FL, was founded more than 100 years ago and is one of Florida's most comprehensive private, not-for-profit healthcare networks. Orlando Health is a distinguished healthcare leader, serving nearly 2 million Central Florida residents and over 5,000 international visitors annually. We care for over 142,000 inpatient admissions and more than 3.9 million outpatient visits each year. Orlando Health is a $8.1 billion not-for-profit health care organization and a community-based network of physician practices, hospitals, and outpatient care centers throughout Central Florida.

Orlando Health has multiple inpatient facilities, including Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital, Orlando Health - Health Central Hospital, Orlando Health Horizon West Hospital, Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies, Orlando Health South Lake Hospital, Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital and Bayfront Health St. Petersburg. Nearly 4,500 physicians representing more than 100 medical specialties and subspecialties have privileges across the Orlando Health System, which employs over 25,000 members. Areas of clinical excellence are orthopedics, heart and vascular, cancer care, neurosciences, surgery, pediatric specialties, neonatology, women's health and trauma. Orlando Health, together with Bayfront Health, sponsors a total of 40 training programs: 10 residency and 19 fellowship programs that are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and 11 non-ACGME accredited fellowship programs and six independent pharmacy residency programs.  Additionally, medical students from universities across the country and many from within Florida, including Florida State University, University of Florida and University of South Florida, come to Orlando Health to complete their medical education and training.

Orlando Health ORMC

Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC) is an 808-bed flagship hospital located in downtown Orlando and one of the largest tertiary facilities in the region. It is 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 central Florida’s only Level One Trauma Center, serving 18 counties and is a comprehensive stroke center with advanced neurointerventional capabilities, regional burn center, and STEMI receiving center. Additional subspeciality care includes, but is not limited to the Orlando Health Cancer Institute, the Center for Digestive Health with world renowned interventional gastroenterologists, the Orlando Health Heart and Vascular Institute and a rapidly growing ECMO program, the Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute and the Orlando Health Neuroscience Institute.

Take a virtual tour of Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center

Winnie Palmer

Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies was built in 2006 and is 350-bed state-of-the-art facility providing high quality care in women’s health. Its emergency room sees over 34,000 visits per year and the hospital prides itself in being one of the busiest in the nation with over 14,000 deliveries every year. Additionally, it has a designated Women’s Intensive Care Unit with 5 beds allocated for high acuity patients. This is a unique opportunity to participate in the care of critically ill patients during their peri-partum period in conjunction with the obstetrics and gynecology team.

Take a virtual tour of Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies

Orlando Regional Medical Center – Multisystem ICU

Multisystem ICU at ORMC is a 20 bed unit that cares for mostly medical patients however this unit is equipped to care for patients for surgical and neurological diseases. Fellows are responsible for the care of all patients admitted to this unit. The team includes an attending physician, fellow, residents, pharmacist, medical students, nurses, respiratory therapist, and dietician.

Orlando Regional Medical Center – Coronary Care Unit

The CCU at ORMC is a 12-bed unit that cares for patients post-MI, cardiogenic shock, cardiac arrest, and other cardiovascular diseases. Patients with ARDS and other medical diseases are commonly on this service as well. This is the second teaching service which has an attending physician, residents, pharmacists, nurses, medical students, respiratory therapists, and dieticians.

Orlando Regional Medical Center - Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit/Mechanical Circulatory Support

The CVICU cares for advanced heart failure patients, post operative cardiac surgery patients and patients on mechanical circulatory support. Fellows work directly with a cardiac intensivist managing patients that are post cardiac surgery and who are being support by various mechanical circulatory support devices which include balloon pumps, Impella devices, ECMO, RVADs and LVADs.

Orlando Regional Medical Center – Neuro-intensive Care Unit

The Neuro-ICU at ORMC is a 16-bed unit that manages patients with ischemic strokes, subarachnoid hemorrhage, intracerebral hemorrhage, status epilepticus, traumatic brain injuries, and postoperative neurosurgery patients. Fellows work with our neurointensivists, advance practice practitioners, pharmacist, nurses, and respiratory therapists.

Orlando Regional Medical Center – Trauma ICU

The Trauma/Burn ICU is a 16-bed unit that cares for admitted with various injuries, including gunshot wounds, car accidents and burns. Orlando Health Regional Medical Center is central Florida’s only Level One Trauma Center and is one of five burn centers in the state of Florida.  Multidisciplinary team is comprised of the surgical critical care attending, fellows, residents, pharmacist, nurses, dieticians, and respiratory therapist. 

Pulmonary Disease Fellowship Disease and Critical Care Medicine Program Bronchoscopy suite

Bronchoscopy suite

Orlando Health has state of the art technology and advanced biopsy techniques to diagnosis a wide variety of pathology and cancers. The Orlando Health Cancer Institute is a pioneer in robotic bronchoscopy — being among the first and few programs in the country to offer robotic technology for diagnosing cancerous lung nodules.

Pulmonary Disease Fellowship Disease and Critical Care Medicine Program Sim Lab

Simulation lab

Orlando Health's Simulation Center is accredited by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. Practice a variety of resuscitation scenarios and hone bronchoscopy skills with simulation labs. The Simulation Center is also where Fundamentals of Critical Care Support (FCCS), and other courses are taught. The fellows will be actively involved in taking these classes. 

Fellow room

The room provides a dedicated area for fellows to have their own workspace while on consults with dual screen computers and serves as a conference room for noon conference.