About Us
About Us

The Health Central Hospital team is committed to treating patients as they would treat their own family, with courtesy, respect and empathy. This is demonstrated by the readily apparent sense of caring, dedication to the community they serve and emphasis on providing the highest quality healthcare services. From Health Central Hospital's fresh approach toward educating the community about its services to the new user-friendly website, the organization is evolving to meet the needs of the growing community. At Health Central Hospital, we believe that our "healthcare begins with caring" mission extends beyond exceeding expectations in healthcare: we are committed to enriching our community.

Health Central Hospital owns Health Central Hospital Park, our long term care and rehabilitation facility, Express Care, our urgent care walk-in clinic, and a state-of-the-art Wound Healing Center and Hyperbaric Medicine Center.

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 Community Health Needs Assessment

At Orlando Health we have a long - established tradition of assessing the health needs of Central Floridians. This is done in order to provide residents with the opportunity to attain optimal health outcomes. In 2013, our hospitals along with fellow healthcare organizations conducted the first ever multi-hospital, public health department joint community health needs assessment. In support of building a healthier community, the assessment helps: increase understanding regarding the health of Central Floridians; build capacity through partnership development and collaboration; and strengthen the role of the healthcare organizations as they work side by side within Central Florida to address community health needs.  

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Our History

The West Orange Healthcare District (the “District”) was created by an act of the Florida legislature in 1949 and opened its doors in 1952 as West Orange Memorial Hospital in Winter Garden, Florida. The original hospital served the then-rural community’s surgical, maternity and general healthcare needs.

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