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Orlando Health Overview

Headquarters Orlando, FL
Size 10000+ Employees
Founded 1977
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Health Care
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
It's not Disney World, but for Floridians in need of health care, it is a prime destination. Orlando Health operates a network of eight hospitals housing nearly 1,800 beds in Central Florida. Orlando Health's flagship facility is the Orlando Regional ... More

Orlando Health – Why Work For Us?


  Orlando Health is a family of team members (employees), physicians and community partners. Together, we are dedicated to offering superior service and are unwavering in our commitment to provide caring, quality healthcare to thepeople of Central Florida.
  Since 1918, we have been part of the Central Florida community, growing from a single community hospital into a multi-hospital organization boasting more than 1,750 beds. Today, Orlando Health is a healthcare leader - ready and able to care for all of its 640,000 Central Florida neighbors and 4,500 international patients annually. As a community-owned organization, Orlando Health reinvests its profits into many one-of-a-kind, specialized services like Central Florida's only Level One Trauma Center and statutory teaching hospital.

Orlando Health has once again been selected as an “Employer of Choice®” by The Herman Group, industry consultants and experts on employee retention and workplace trends, and authors of the book, How to Become an Employer of Choice. Orlando Health also received the Employer of Choice designation in 2008, after successfully completing the rigorous application and evaluation process, and has earned the credential once again for a two-year period after demonstrating a dedication to team member relationships that go above and beyond normal human resources practices.

  The vision that has guided Orlando Health to its impressive status today is still at work. Joining our family of team members will enable you to become an important part of our future - a future that promises to be as vibrant as our history.


Orlando Health is one of Florida's most comprehensive private, not-for-profit healthcare organizations. Since 1918, Orlando Health has been part of the Greater Orlando community, growing from a single hospital into an award-winning community-based network of physician practices, hospitals and care centers throughout Central Florida.


Orlando Health is proud to offer the region’s only Level One Trauma Center; the area’s first heart program; specialty hospitals dedicated to children, women and babies; a major cancer center; and long-standing community hospitals. Our technology and advanced medical treatments and procedures, along with our expert staff, have distinguished Orlando Health as a healthcare leader, providing access to nearly two million Central Florida residents. We also care for more than 4,600 international patients annually.


Orlando Health is one of Central Florida’s largest employers with more than 15,000 employees and nearly 3,000 affiliated physicians supporting our philosophy of providing a continuum of care that revolves around patients’ needs. We have always been — and always will be — focused on achieving the very best outcomes for our patients.


With a total financial impact of $4.5 billion, Orlando Health is a major contributor to the financial health and the economy of Central Florida. As a leading healthcare resource, providing world-class medical care as well as training our future healthcare providers, Orlando Health will continue to foster growth and development throughout the region for generations to come.

  Prevention and Wellness

Orlando Health is invested in guiding our patients; as well as our team members and the community; toward optimal health and well-being. Enhancement in services such as coordinated care, health screenings and lifestyle counseling can benefit all, from children to adults, and lead to improved detection, management and even prevention of many diseases and chronic illnesses.


Three major causes of death in the U.S. — obesity, heart disease and lung cancer — are largely preventable, with modifiable risk factors. Our prevention and wellness care focuses on identifying personal risk factors for developing these and other diseases, and providing the assistance needed to make lifestyle choices that will reduce or prevent those risks or help manage existing conditions.

  Primary and Specialty Care

Orlando Health’s primary care physicians are making primary care, priority care. With 24 locations throughout Central Florida offering same-day appointments and preventive and wellness services, patients have easy access to the comprehensive care they need and deserve. 


And, if the need for specialty care arises, our primary care patients are already backed by the strength of Orlando Health; with access to more than 500 fully integrated employed physicians representing more than 40 specialties, including cardiology, gastroenterology, oncology, neurology, orthopedics and surgical care. With practices located throughout Orlando and Central Florida, this multispecialty organization is designed to facilitate a clinically integrated delivery of care based on best practices and evidence-based medicine, ensuring the best care available for our patients.

  Service Lines

Orlando Health's service line approach to care is a true patient-centered approach to the delivery of healthcare. Structured to align with the way our patients experience healthcare within Orlando Health, service line care coordinates the patient’s journey, based on their individual healthcare needs. By coordinating critical functions across the care continuum, we create value for the patient and support our goals of improved access, care continuity and optimal clinical outcomes.

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    Current Employee - Laboratory Assistant II in Orlando, FL
    Current Employee - Laboratory Assistant II in Orlando, FL
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    I have been working at Orlando Health full-time (More than a year)


    The supervisors are very helpful and understanding. They really want us to succeed. They always try to be flexible and do what they can to help.


    It's a very stressful setting. You have to be very good at multitasking and staying focused. You have to deal with so much at the same time, it can be overwhelming

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    RN Trauma and Burns Step Down Interview

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Orlando Health (Orlando, FL) in April 2015.


    Very nice group of people. Seemed interested in me and we friendly, chatty and made the interview fun. I was surprised they did not ask me any healthcare/medical questions, they only asked about how I would work with management and what kind of team member I would be. That was refreshing.

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