Orlando Health Benefits

3.6
161 Ratings

Which benefits does Orlando Health provide?

Current and former employees report that Orlando Health provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.

Insurance, Health & WellnessFinancial & RetirementFamily & ParentingVacation & Time OffPerks & DiscountsProfessional Support

Insurance, Health & Wellness

Health Insurance
4.0
42 Ratings
3.6
8 Ratings
4.2
6 Ratings
3.6
5 Ratings
2.3
3 Ratings
2.5
2 Ratings
3.0
1 Rating

Financial & Retirement

4.1
14 Ratings
3.8
8 Ratings

Family & Parenting

3.3
4 Ratings
5.0
1 Rating
1.0
1 Rating

Vacation & Time Off

4.0
22 Ratings
3.2
5 Ratings
2.7
3 Ratings
1.0
1 Rating

Perks & Discounts

3.8
4 Ratings
1.0
1 Rating
5.0
1 Rating
1.0
1 Rating

Professional Support

3.4
5 Ratings
4.3
4 Ratings

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  • Health Insurance(42 comments)

    Best: It's inexpensive. Worst: Out of pocket can add up if you choose providers who are not employed by Orlando Health.

  • Vacation & Paid Time Off(22 comments)

    Allow cash out at regular intervals

  • 401K Plan(14 comments)

    Typical 401 k plan offered

Aug 4, 2022
5.0
Current Talent Acquisition in Orlando, FL, Florida

The comprehensive benefit package and incentives are stellar. I can take care of myself and my family. Medical dental, vision, gym membership, Team Member discounts to so many different companies and vendors from buying scrubs to soccer games, to sitters, nannies & housekeepers.

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Jul 12, 2022
4.0
Current Employee

Best: Free college degrees, scholarship opportunities for family members, solid retirement plan, cost efficient health benefits. Worst: Silos

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Jun 24, 2022
4.0
Current Employee

Advanced practice providers (e.g. doctors) and Bayfront Health employees have different benefits. The benefits are inexpensive. Orlando Health offers medical (FSA, HSA,, in-network, out of network), dental, vision, accident, critical illness, basic life (they pay 1 x salary), STD, LTD. They also offer IVF or adoption coverage, with a $5000 lifetime maximum. You accrue PTO with each pay period. Your accrual amount depends on your years of service. You must use PTO if you want to take off on a holiday, even if your department is closed.. Additional benefits: 401k/403B matching, student loan repayment ($100 a month), direct payment for education to certain institutions, tuition reimbursement, career coaching, gym discounts. Must use PTO and/or have STD for paid maternity leave.

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Jun 22, 2022
5.0
Current Employee

Pre-paid full tuition benefit to Valencia, Sem State and others

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Jun 21, 2022
5.0
Current Employee

Orlando Health has great education benefits!

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Jun 16, 2022
5.0
Former Employee

They really take care of their employees

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Jun 16, 2022
4.0
Former Patient Account Representative in Orlando, FL, Florida

Ok Benefit Package. Health Insurance is pricey with a restricted market

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Jun 3, 2022
4.0
Former Employee

Good benefits and insurance for employees

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Jun 2, 2022
4.0
Former Patient Access Representative in Orlando, FL, Florida

Best: Being seen asap Worst: cost !!!!

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May 22, 2022
5.0
Current Financial Counselor in Orlando, FL, Florida

Great benefits for vision dental and health

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