Adventist Health System
Florida Hospital is a part of the Adventist Health System. Established in 1973, the Adventist Health System is one of the largest Protestant healthcare systems in the United States operating 37 hospitals within 9 states and Puerto Rico, totaling more than 6,000 licensed beds. The Seventh-day Adventist Church opened its first healthcare center in Battle Creek, Michigan in 1866.
Although separated by geography and as unique as the varied communities we serve, Adventist Health System organizations will always be united in our efforts to improve every aspect of life.
Florida Hospital is Adventist Health System's flagship hospital. Established in 1908, Florida Hospital now provides more than 1,800 beds on seven campuses surrounding the Orlando metro area and is recognized for the quality of its cancer care, neurosciences, orthopedics, kidney disease, limb replantation, sports medicine, rehabilitation, and women's medicine programs. There are a total of 17 Florida Hospital campuses throughout central Florida.