Friday, April 07, 2006

Orlando health

Orlando and Orange County Health
Sunshine makes people feel healthier and improves your outlook on everything. After living in Florida for 10 years, I can tell you that it’s great to wake up to a warm climate and sunshine almost year round. It makes for a positive outlook on life. What’s your mood when it’s cold, drizzling and cloudy out? Orlando’s mild weather and great lifestyle makes staying health much easier.

Orlando Regional Healthcare is one of Florida's most comprehensive private, not-for-profit healthcare networks. Their facilities, advanced medical treatments and procedures, and highly qualified staff distinguish Orlando Regional as a healthcare leader for two million Central Florida residents and 6,000 international visitors annually.
Statistics for Orange County. As of 2004, there are:
• 77 assisted living facilities
• 13 major hospitals
• 5 adult day care centers
• 109 health care clinics

The 1,572-bed system includes:
• * Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children & Women
• * M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando
• * Orlando Regional Medical Center
• * Orlando Regional Lucerne Hospital
• * Orlando Regional Sand Lake Hospital
• * Orlando Regional South Seminole Hospital
• * Orlando Regional St. Cloud Hospital
• * South Lake Hospital
• * Orlando Regional Healthcare Foundation
• * Health Research Institute
• * Graduate Medical Education
• * Orlando Regional Visiting Nurse Association

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