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Your Community Of Care Centers & Clinics

Whole-person care extends well beyond the hospital walls. That’s why our connected network offers world-class, compassionate care at every level, for any need, right here in the greater Orlando area.

Care & Support For The Whole Community

Children’s Heart Center

You’d trade places if you could — in a heartbeat. When your child’s heart condition breaks yours, know that the The Children’s Heart Center at Florida Hospital for Children is there to help. We’ve partnered with Johns Hopkins Children's Heart Surgery Program, one of the nation’s leading pediatric congenital heart surgery programs, to help bring the very best in children’s open-heart surgery to Central Florida. Our team is ready with the most effective cardiac treatments and tools, including a cutting-edge hybrid catheterization lab made for our youngest patients. Our cardiac team can even detect most infant heart conditions during pregnancy, allowing for treatment right after birth — and all the way through adulthood.

Trina Hidalgo Heart Care Center

There’s hope even for those who can’t afford heart care. The Trina Hidalgo Heart Care Center, the only clinic of its kind in Central Florida, offers free care if you’re uninsured. Supported by private donations and the Florida Hospital Foundation, the center provides consistent, caring treatment for heart patients and coordinates additional assistance, like transportation to appointments. Because no one should have to choose between medical care and affording all of life’s other necessities.

Heart Success Center

Your goal is to stay out of the hospital. Our goal is to help you accomplish that. The mission of Florida Hospital’s Heart Success Center is to keep heart failure patients at home and in the community, instead of in the hospital. A multidisciplinary team — including pharmacists, dietitians, social workers, advanced registered nurse practitioners (ARNPs), transitional registered nurses, and palliative care providers — will work with your primary care doctor or cardiologist to supplement your care plan for success.

Some of the additional assistance includes:

  • Medication education and management
  • Personalized meal plans
  • Transportation to and from appointments
  • Support for both you and your family with regular phone calls and visits
Wandas Heart

Care & Support When You Need It Most

“It’s amazing. It’s a godsend. I am just so grateful.”

- Wanda Forbes

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