A New Kind of Residential Health Care Campus in Florida

November 19, 2015

While most health care systems today are going to great lengths to promote healthy living for patients and staff, Florida Hospital in Orlando is extending its visions beyond the confines of its medical campus, creating a comprehensive residential living arrangement right within the broader community.

FLorida_hospitalThe 1,217-bed acute-care medical facility in Orlando, a member of Adventist Health System, serves as the main hospital for the tourist-rich greater Orlando area and is also a major tertiary referral hospital for central Florida and a larger portion of the Southeast. It treats more patients annually than any other hospital in the United States.

In an effort to attract and retain the very best clinical staff to serve these extensive needs, while continuing to build on its mission of caring for the health of residents and the community, Florida Hospital has launched a 15-year comprehensive project to create an urban sustainable community.

This model, called Florida Hospital Health Village, has wellness at its core and incorporates an array of services and resources to help people incorporate good health into their normal living situations.

For more on this innovative new community, read our full article: Florida Hospital Creates Residential Wellness Community.

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Matt Humphrey

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