John Dimino, manager of the outpatient, acute care, and neonatal
rehabilitation services at Arnold Palmer Medical Center, has been named
the Administrator of Allied Health Services at Dr. P. Phillips Hospital.
John began his clinical career in 1998 and transitioned into
management in 2000. Since then he has led healthcare teams in for-profit and
not-for-profit organizations serving both pediatric and adult patient
During the past nine years at Arnold Palmer Medical Center, John has
partnered with physicians to impact growth and innovation through the launch of
specialty clinics and programs. He served on the board of directors for Orlando
Health-sponsored organizations and was the site captain for the Allied Health
Excellence Awards and the Heart Walk. In 2014, John was the
recipient of the Orlando Health Excellence in Allied Health Leadership award for
APMC. He has served as chair and co-chair of the corporate Rehabilitation
Council and completed Orlando Health’s Advanced Leader Program in 2016.
John earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the
University of Central Florida, and is a certified and licensed speech
pathologist. John assumes his new role as Administrator of Allied
Health Services on January 16.