Orlando Health home-delivery pharmacy As part of its mission to improve the health and quality of life of the individuals and communities we serve, Orlando Health is pleased to provide a free home-delivery pharmacy. The program allows you to receive your prescriptions at no additional cost, delivered to wherever you normally receive your mail. By participating in this program, you will help support our mission – to help your neighbor and your community. For more information, call 407.203.7433 or toll-free at 866.559.2104.
Orlando Health Heart Institute "I Believe in my Heart"
Orlando Health Heart Institute - New TAVR procedure means new hope for patients
Published on Sep 21, 2012
A new approach to replacing heart valves is giving new hope to patients once considered 'too sick' for surgery. Doctors at the Heart Valve Center at the Orlando Health Heart Institute
recently began using the first artificial heart valve approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, to replace a narrowed heart valve by going through a leg artery instead of a
traditional open heart surgery.
The procedure, transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), is designed for high-risk patients living with severe chest pain, congestive heart failure
(including shortness of breath, fatigue, and edema) and other symptoms of aortic stenosis — an age-related heart disease developed when calcium deposits cause the aortic valve to narrow,
forcing the heart to work harder to pump enough blood through the smaller opening.
Electrophysiciology (EP) & Arrhythmia Center at Orlando Health Heart Institute
Published on Oct 10, 2013
Learn about arrhythmia and meet the team of the Electrophysiciology (EP) & Arrhythmia Center at the Orlando Health Heart Institute. Get an overview of the treatments offered and see what makes patient care at our Heart Institute so special.
Orlando Health Heart Institute | Heart Valve Center
Published on Aug 14, 2013
Heart Institute cardiologists, surgeons and other specialists in heart valve disease work together to determine the most appropriate treatment for your condition. The Valve Center's specialized treatment team evaluates patients, performs diagnostic tests and determines diagnosis all in the same facility.
They then discuss these results with you within a few days of your initial exam.
OHC DOWNTOWN OFFICE HAS RELOCATED
ORLANDO HEALTH HEART INSTITUTE
1222 S. Orange Avenue Orlando, Florida 32806 407-650-1300
**PARKING GARAGE IS LOCATED ON THE LEFT
SIDE OF THE BUILDING OFF UNDERWOOD STREET
Then turn right onto Underwood St from Orange
Ave; enter into the
1stentrance of the parking garage located on the right.
Travel up the ramp to the 2nd
floor. The 2nd
floor has assigned parking for Handicap and Coumadin
Also located on the 2
floor is the bridge connecting the parking garage to
the Orlando Health Heart Institute. If there is no
parking available on the 2nd
floor, continue up each level. Once parked,
please note the color and the number of your
If you are parked in Level 3 or above, you will
take the elevators to the 2
floor to access the bridge into the Orlando Health
Heart Institute. Once you have crossed the bridge,
take the main elevators to the 3rd
floor. You do not need to pay for parking. Patient
drop off is located on the side of the building off
Underwood Street before the parking garage. Please
contact our office at 407-650-1300 prior to your
appointment if you need wheelchair assistance or
additional driving instructions.
Orlando Health Heart Institute Opens
Orlando Health is starting something new in patient care for the
community. The organization’s newest medical facility, named the
Orlando Health Heart Institute, has opened. As part of a new
approach to patient care the institute brings together doctors
surgeons and clinical staff to provide advanced diagnostic services,
the latest surgical and non-surgical treatment options,
comprehensive education and innovative research.
“The Heart Institute reflects Orlando Health’s vision of creating a
new model of care,” says Sherrie Sitarik, president and CEO, Orlando
Health. “While the Heart Institute will be integrated throughout
Orlando Health’s seven hospitals, many of the services will be
provided in the new facility designed around patients and their
The new patient experience includes greater accessibility to
clinical experts, more coordinated and collaborated care, advanced
diagnostics and more timely results in a centralized downtown campus
Inside the Orlando Health Heart Institute patients will find
Mid-Florida Cardiology Specialists and Orlando Heart Center,
now affiliates of Orlando Health, Orlando Health Cardiovascular and
Thoracic Surgery, The Heart Center at Arnold Palmer Hospital,
vascular surgery practices, advanced imaging and an accredited
cardiac rehabilitation program.
While the heart of the institute is cardiac care, with 150,000
square feet of space, the new building will provide a new model of
care for patients in other clinical areas and services as well. The
medical facility includes Level I Orthopedics, Outpatient
Rehabilitation, specialty multidisciplinary clinics, including
diabetes, Pharmacy, Guest Services, Patient Financial Services and
Cardiac Rehabilitation was the first department to move into the new
building. During the next couple of months various services and
departments will be transferred to the new building, located on the
downtown campus, at 1222 South Orange Avenue – across from MD
Anderson Cancer Center Orlando.
Orlando Heart Center, an Affiliate of Orlando Health September
We are pleased to announce
Orlando Heart Center’s affiliation with Orlando Health effective
September 1, 2011. We will continue to provide you with the same
exceptional services you have come to expect from us.
Founded in 1968 as one of
Central Florida’s first cardiology practices, Orlando Heart Center
has played an integral role in the development, growth and expansion
of Orlando Health’s Cardiovascular program over the past 43 years.
We have been leaders in the community and have remained on the
cutting edge of technological advances.We will continue to do so in our collaboration with Orlando
We have had a long history
of working closely together to provide outstanding cardiovascular
services to the region. This partnership will allow us to take our
practice and Orlando Health’s Cardiovascular program to a new level
– bringing great opportunity for new programs, services and quality
initiatives for the benefit of all cardiovascular patients. In
addition, OHC will participate in a larger number of insurance
Under this new
partnership, OHC will continue to offer our patients the same full
range of preventive, diagnostic and treatment services. OHC will
also continue to see patients at our four existing offices, with all
existing phone numbers, contact information and scheduling
procedures remaining unchanged for patients.We will continue to provide patient services at Orlando
Regional Medical Center, Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, Lucerne Pavilion,
and Health Central Hospital.
Our diagnostic testing
services will still be provided at the same office locations but
will be billed as outpatient hospital procedures. Our staff members
caring for you in these areas and the services rendered will remain
the same. However, services provided in diagnostic testing areas
will be billed by Orlando Health as an outpatient hospital based
test, while office visits will be billed by Orlando Health Physician
Group. For more detail regarding billing information click
visit the Patient Information - Billing
page or contact our billing office directly at 407-650-1304.
Thank you for entrusting your care to Orlando Heart
Center.We look forward to
continuing to serve you and your family.
1222 South Orange Avenue, MP804 Orlando, FL 32806
Stonerock Circle Orlando, FL 32819
Colonial Drive, Suite 484 Ocoee, FL 34761
100 North Dean Road,
Orlando, FL 32825
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