AdventHealth Orlando is a 1432-bed, faith-based, nonprofit university medical, research and academic center located in Orlando, Florida, serving Central Florida and the Orange County region. It is the second largest hospital in Florida and the largest in Central Florida. In Florida, AdventHealth ranges from the Tampa Bay area in the west to the Daytona Beach area in the east. It includes 30 hospitals, more than 30 CentraCare urgent care centers, dozens of sports rehabilitation and imaging centers, and hundreds of doctors, ranging from primary care to a full range of specialties.
Starting next year, Florida's hospital brand will be known as AdventHealth. The change comes several months after Florida Hospital's parent company, Adventist Health System, announced that the organization and its wholly-owned hospitals and care facilities would adopt the AdventHealth name. Some of the other Adventist Health System hospital brands that changed their names include Central Texas Medical Center, ParkridgeHealth in North Carolina, Shawnee Mission Health in Kansas, Murray Medical Center in Georgia, Metroplex Health System in Texas and Gordon Hospital in Georgia. AdventHealth Orlando, the division's flagship campus, functions as a community hospital and as a major tertiary referral hospital for the region, much of the Southeast, the Caribbean and Latin America.
Florida Hospital recently launched a secret project called Fulcrum to create internal disorders and end the old model of healthcare. The Central Florida-based healthcare chain, which has nearly 50 hospital campuses and more than 80,000 employees, including seven hospitals around Tampa Bay, announced the name change Tuesday.