Healthcare at a Glance in Orlando, FL
Orlando is one of the most visited cities in the United States. Residents and tourists have two large healthcare systems to choose from for their care, Advent Health Orlando and Orlando Health. Orlando Health is a 3,200-bed healthcare system that includes 15 hospitals. Orlando Health locations include an adult level one trauma center, Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, Winnie Palmer hospital for Women and Babies, rehabilitation centers, and cancer centers. Advent Health Orlando is a 1,705-bed academic medical center, ranked as the #1 hospital in the greater Orlando area by U.S. News and includes Advent Health for Children, ranked #1 for newborn care in Florida by U.S. News. Advent Health Orlando also carries a Leapfrog Grade A for safety. Veterans can get care at the Orlando VA Medical Center, which is one of 7 VA medical centers in Florida. The VA includes 134 inpatient beds, as well as a large multispecialty outpatient clinic. If you are underinsured or uninsured, Shepherd’s Hope is a free primary care and speciality care clinic for uninsured adults and children serving Central Florida. The only medical school in the greater Orlando area is UCF College of Medicine.