Training Locations and Facilities

Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center

Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC) is one of the largest tertiary facilities in the region and offers 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. An 808-bed hospital in downtown Orlando, it is also one of the state’s six major teaching hospitals.  ORMC is home to the area’s only Level One Trauma Center, serving 18 counties and caring for adult patients as well as pediatric patients at the neighboring Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.  A few years ago, the hospital expanded with a new North Tower, a 10-story 345,000 square-foot addition to the main hospital with an extra 192 beds. ORMC is where the Internal Medicine residents will receive a majority of their training.

Orlando Health Cancer Institute

Orlando Health Cancer Institute is a premier cancer treatment facility, providing exceptional cancer care to more than 80,000 patients since it began a little over 20 years ago. As a fully integrated statewide cancer treatment and research program affiliated with UF Health Cancer Center in Gainesville, it boasts a state Cancer Center of Excellence Award. Our residents have the opportunity to participate in the medical care of patients with hematological and oncological diseases.

Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies

Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies is dedicated to the unique needs of women and babies with labor and delivery rooms, postpartum and high-risk antepartum units, and full gynecology and reproductive services.  It specializes in high-risk births and is the second-busiest labor and delivery center in the U.S. The Internal Medicine Consultation service offers the upper-level resident a unique opportunity to participate in the care of patients during the peri-partum period.