Orlando Regional Healthcare (ORH) is one of Florida’s most comprehensive medical systems, offering a complete range of services. Opened in 1918 as Orange General Hospital, ORH grew from a 50-bed hospital to more than 1,500 beds, including the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children & Women and the world-class M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando. Today, ORH includes nine hospitals and is one of Florida’s largest non-profit organizations. The system includes:
- Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children & Women
- Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies
- M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando
- Orlando Regional Medical Center
- Orlando Regional Lucerne Hospital
- The Dr. P. Phillips Hospital
- Orlando Regional South Seminole Hospital
- Orlando Regional St. Cloud Hospital
- South Lake Hospital
- Orlando Regional Healthcare Foundation
- Health Research Institute
- Graduate Medical Education
- Orlando Regional Visiting Nurse Association
ORH provides care in every specialty, from oncology, to maternal to acute care. The 1,780-bed system’s facilities vary in size; the largest is 581 beds and the smallest has a few dozen. No matter what work environment a nurse is looking for, ORH has it.
U.S. News & World Report ranked Orlando Regional Healthcare as one of the nation’s best hospitals, Fortune magazine recognized Orlando Regional as one of the Top 100 Companies to Work for in America and the Herman Group named Orlando Regional Healthcare as an “Employer of Choice."
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