Heading to the ER? Let us know! Our quick On My Way check-in lets us know to expect you, which may save time. You’re not scheduling or reserving a time, as patients with the highest needs are seen first.

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When You Need It The Most

At AdventHealth Orlando, formerly Florida Hospital Orlando, we have built one of the largest comprehensive emergency rooms in the United States designed to maximize quality and efficiency of care. Our 62,000-square-foot facility is capable of treating 90,000 emergency cases a year — including thoracic and general surgery, orthopedics, neurology and neurosurgery, cardiology, pediatrics and internal medicine. Plus, an integrated medical-imaging center reduces the time it takes to perform vital MRI, CT and PET scans.

We have highly skilled clinicians and specific ER protocols in place, around the clock, to rapidly treat severe heart attack and stroke symptoms. And, we have built strategic partnerships with Emergency Medical Services (EMS) teams, which allow for life-saving emergency medical treatments to be administered to patients before they even arrive at our emergency room. We’re also home to Central Florida’s first Code STEMI rapid response program that can actually stop a heart attack in progress.

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AdventHealth Orlando VR Experience

Get an inside look at our state-of-the-art AdventHealth Orlando facility, as well as some local sights and landmarks in The City Beautiful.

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A Young Life Saved with Expert Emergency Care

After passing out suddenly in his home, Chris Cooper was rushed to AdventHealth East Orlando’s Emergency Department where his heart was restarted 11 times. He was then airlifted to AdventHealth Orlando, where it was discovered that he had blood clots in his lungs. He then spent 21 days in a coma and on the ECMO unit with a special pump that served as an artificial lung. After extensive rehabilitation and an expert team by his side along his journey, Chris is now living an active, healthy life.

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