Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Orlando Health
1,214 followers -
Based in Orlando, we are one of Florida's most comprehensive not-for-profit healthcare networks.
Based in Orlando, we are one of Florida's most comprehensive not-for-profit healthcare networks.

1,214 followers
About
Orlando Health's posts

Post has attachment
A woman's level of stress can impact whether or not a dormant diagnosis of HPV comes up as positive during her annual pap smear. Ricardo Lopez, MD, explains how this can happen.

Post has attachment
Appropriate pain control during a hospital stay can lead to the prevention of opioid addiction and chronic pain. Amanda Giancarelli, PharmD, explains.

Post has attachment
As many as 1 in 100 Americans go to the Emergency Room for the medicines they take– and the elderly and children are particularly susceptible. Josef Thundiyil, MD, explains the risks of over-the-counter medications here.

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
The Cancer Center was honored to partner with Melissa Etheridge​ and the Libby's Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation​ for the Pink Ribbon Garden Project. The garden, located at Lake Druid Park, serves to grow healthy, organic food for women who have survived breast cancer. See more from +News 13​.

Post has attachment
Despite a vasectomy, NFL star Antonio Cromartie is expecting his 14th child. Jamin Brahmbhatt, MD, describes the procedure to the +Daily Mail and discusses how this might have happened.

Have you ever wondered how medical flight teams train and respond to all situations? Karen Thurmond, RN, Chief Flight Nurse, explains how the Orlando Health Air Care Team prepares to care for Floridians after injuries. http://bit.ly/2qMaRCh 

Post has attachment
Despite a vasectomy, NFL star Antonio Cromartie is expecting his 14th child. Jamin Brahmbhatt, MD, describes the procedure and discusses how this might have happened with the Daily Mail.

Post has attachment
Has excessive exercise caused you to lose your period? Christine Greves, MD, of Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies, discusses this condition with SELF.

Post has attachment
Orlando Sentinel details the announcement of our opening of a free-standing emergency department in Lake Mary in late fall 2018. Read more about the new project here.
Wait while more posts are being loaded