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Welcome to AdventHealth Palm Coast

Let Us Serve You

When health issues are standing between you and your enjoyment of life, feeling better becomes your top priority. Your best health is our top priority, too.

Find the comfort, compassion, and healing you need at AdventHealth Palm Coast, formerly Florida Hospital Flagler, in Palm Coast, FL. Our award-winning team of highly-skilled physicians, nurses, and pastoral care staff is here to provide whole-person care that addresses your physical, emotional, and spiritual needs — so you can get back to doing all the things you love. We've gathered the hospital information and patient resources you need to make your visit as stress-free as possible. Take a deep breath and know that you’re in the right place. And surrounded by people who care. 

Healing Throughout Your Whole Life

AdventHealth Palm Coast Services

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Getting Here

We serve the Flagler County community from several locations including the 99-bed main hospital campus, Town Center Surgery and the Parkway Medical Plaza. The Parkway Medical Plaza opened in 2012 providing offices for several physician practices as well as imaging, rehab, lab and Prompt Care, an AdventHealth Palm Coast Walk-In Clinic.

AdventHealth Palm Coast
60 Memorial Medical Parkway
Palm Coast, FL 32164
(386) 586 2000
Hospital Map

Town Center Surgery
21 Hospital Drive
Palm Coast, FL 32164
(386) 586 2000

Parkway Medical Plaza
120 Cypress Edge Dr.
Palm Coast, FL 32164
(386) 586 2000

Prompt Care, an AdventHealth Palm Coast Walk-in Clinic
120 Cypress Edge Dr.
Palm Coast, FL 32164
(386) 586 4280

Guest Services


Our Cornerstone Cafe is located on the first floor near the visitor's entrance and is open every day.

  • Breakfast: 7:00 am to 9:30 am
  • Lunch: 11:30 am to 2:00 pm
  • Dinner: 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm (only cold items served after 6:15 pm)

You may request a consultation with a dietitian by asking your nurse or calling extension 4572. Any visitors might also request a meal tray delivered to your room and must pay upon delivery.

Gift Shop

Our gift shop is located right inside the visitor's entrance. 

  • Monday, Tuesday and Friday - 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Wednesday and Thursday - 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
  • Saturday - closed
  • Sunday - 11:30 am to 3:30 pm

Pastoral Care

As a faith-based organization, we understand that sometimes you need spiritual healing as well as physical healing. Our pastoral care team is available 24/7 to help you find renewed hope and peace. Whether you wish to pray, receive spiritual counsel, or simply talk to someone, our chaplains are happy to help. We can also connect you to a spiritual advisor from your own religious community. Simply dial 0 on any hospital phone, and the operator will put you in touch with a member of our pastoral care team. If you’re calling from outside the hospital, reach out to (386) 586 4208.

A quiet chapel can make all the difference when you or your loved one is going through a difficult time. With our chapel open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, you’ll always have access to a peaceful haven, whether you want to pray, contemplate, or just enjoy the stillness.

You’ll find our chapels on the first floor of the main entrance by the café, across from the Guest Services Desk. 

You can also contact one of our chaplains directly:

  • Chaplain Eddie Goncalves, MDiv. - 60 Memorial Medical Pkwy., Palm Coast, FL 32164, (386) 586 4208
  • Chaplain Ney Ramirez, MDiv. - (386) 586 4208
  • Hospice Chaplain CecilEarl A. Glanville, MDiv., MA, BA - (386) 586 1500
  • Hospice Chaplain Daniel Camarata, MDIV. - (386) 586 1500


Complimentary Wi-Fi is available while at the hospital campus for all patients, visitors and guests.

Support Groups

Sharing time and information with others in a support group setting is valuable in helping you cope with and understand your situation. Connect with one of our many support groups to find the strength and friendship that will help you rise above the health challenges you’re currently facing. 

Bereavement Support Group

Grief can be very isolating. And after the loss of your loved one, you may feel especially alone. We would like to extend our deepest sympathies and invite you to be a part of our Bereavement Support Group. This six-week program is hosted by AdventHealth Hospice Care and is offered at various times and locations to meet your needs. Free individual counseling is also provided as needed. For registration and more information, call 386-586 1500.

Cancer – Breast Cancer Support Group

This group provides opportunities for emotional support and sharing of information for women and men with breast cancer. Members include the newly diagnosed, those in treatment, and survivors. Scheduled professional speakers provide education on breast cancer related topics. For more information, contact Deborah Duvall, LCSW, Oncology Social Worker, at Call386-586-2065.

Cancer – Head and Neck Cancer Support Group

Support for People with Oral, Head and Neck Cancer is a patient-directed self-help group where members discuss coping strategies, experiences, and hope. The group provides opportunities for awareness, information, and encouragement to newly diagnosed survivors, family members, and friends in a non-threatening forum. For more information, contact Amy or Lewis Beilman at Call386-864-7895; Deborah Duvall, LCSW, Oncology Social Worker, at Call386-586-2065; or email [email protected].

Cancer – Look Good, Feel Better

This class teaches female cancer patients beauty techniques to help restore their appearance and self-image during chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Meets the last Monday of every other month in Classroom D at AdventHealth Palm Coast. Registration required. To register, call the American Cancer Society at 800-277 2345.

Cancer – Lung Cancer Support Group

If you’ve been diagnosed with lung cancer, you might have physical needs and emotional concerns distinct from other cancer patients. The Comprehensive Cancer Center is here to provide a safe and open environment to share your experiences and struggles. We will connect you with local and national resources to aid during your time of need. Our lung cancer support group is the only one of its kind in Volusia and Flagler counties. For more information, call Call386-231-4000.

Cancer – Prostate Cancer Support Group

Designed for men diagnosed with prostate cancer, the Man-to-Man support group provides a comfortable setting for discussion, education, and support throughout the treatment and recovery process. For more information, call us at 386-586 2065.

Cardiopulmonary – Better Breathers/Young at Heart

Cardiac and pulmonary support group for patients and family members recovering or diagnosed with heart or respiratory illness. For more information, call Lisa Wilkinson at 386-586 4480.

Ostomy Support Group

Ostomy support group for ostomates and caregivers. Our members include ileostomies, continent ileostomies, colostomies and urostomies, and anything in between. This group will provide emotional support, where we can share the trials and tribulations of having an ostomy as well as success stories to keep us ostomates moving forward. Expert guest speakers may include surgeons; wound, ostomy and continence nurses; nutritionists; and product representatives. For more information, call Call386-405-9536 or email [email protected].

Parkinson’s Disease Support Group

Parkinson’s disease - learn the signs, how it progresses, and how to treat it. We provide group exercise and movement facilitation led by a physical therapist and guest presenters instructing in tai chi and yoga, speech therapy Q&A, oral motor and voice exercises led by a speech therapist, and expert guest speakers that may include pharmacists, neurologists, nutritionists, mental health professionals, surgeons, patients, and caregiver training. For more information, call Call386-586-4420.

Smoking Cessation – Quit Smoking Now!

Join AdventHealth for a free, six-week program designed to meet the needs of smokers who want to quit. Participants are encouraged to get support by attending as many programs as they want, and can attend over and over until they are confident about being smoke-free. Participants are provided a book and other helpful tools along the way to make the process easier. The program, which was designed by an ex-smoker and is led by a trained facilitator, will guide participants through the many issues related to quitting smoking, including coping with anger, sleep problems and cravings, managing stress, how physical activity and healthy food choices make quitting smoking easier, how to prevent relapse, and what to do when friends and family smoke around you. Registration is required. To register and hear our list of upcoming meeting dates, call 877-784 8486.

Stroke Support Group

The stroke support group is a community organization for stroke survivors and their family members, friends, and others. It helps people learn more about stroke, share their experiences and become inspired to move forward. A stroke can be very isolating. By meeting regularly, members help one another face and overcome common challenges by sharing experiences and encouraging one another. The stroke support group can be a place for survivors and caregivers to make friends, socialize, gain realistic feedback, help others, and find meaning in life. For more information, call Linda Jarosz at Call386-586-3866 or email [email protected].

Total Joint Replacement

AdventHealth Palm Coast offers a free class for those considering joint replacement in the future. Participants will learn about: total hip, knee and shoulder replacement surgery, post-anesthesia care, their stay on the orthopedic unit, post-discharge expectations, and exercises they’ll need to perform both before and after surgery. For more information, call Janet Bellows, Orthopedic Coordinator, at Call386-586-4420.

Hospital Visiting Hours

When you're in the hospital, visitors make your day. We know that you heal best when you're surrounded by friends and family, so we allow them to visit anytime that's convenient for you, 24/7. Please note that if you are in the ICU, visitors are not allowed for the hour between 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm daily.

What to Bring

It helps to know what to bring for your hospital visit—and what to leave at home. We’ve compiled a helpful list to make your visit easier and less stressful:

  • Bring a list of prescriptions, but allow us to dispense all of your medications.
  • Bring any referrals or tests from your physician to streamline your care.
  • Bring photo ID and your insurance card.
  • Don’t bring any valuables, leave your possessions with loved ones for safekeeping.
  • Don’t worry about toiletries. If you stay overnight, we can provide you with necessities, sleepwear and slippers.
Pastoral Care

A hospital stay can be an unexpected, anxious and a lonely time, not only for loved ones, but family and friends as well. AdventHealth Palm Coast knows that your spiritual care is also an important part of the healing process. That’s why members of the Department of Pastoral Care are available to you and your loved ones during your time in the hospital, providing you with spiritual care and support.

Contact a Chaplain

Patients, their family members or friends can request a visit from a chaplain, and we are also available to assist clergy or other pastors coming to visit their congregants.

AdventHealth Palm Coast
Chaplain's office: Call386-586-4208

Concentrate on Healing

With Details Made Easier

We want you to spend your energy healing, not worrying about the details surrounding a trip to the hospital. That's why we've provided easy patient resources links at the right to help make things like refilling prescriptions, providing insurance information, and scheduling follow-up appointments more convenient. 

A hospital stay can bring many visits and services from multiple medical providers. We know it’s hard to plan ahead for an emergency hospital visit, but if you have a scheduled health care service that requires a hospital stay, we recommend contacting your anticipated health care practitioners within the hospital to confirm they participate with your insurance provider. You can also get information about billing practices and an estimate for your upcoming services ahead of time. This will help you avoid any unexpected challenges and fees.