- 1 Who owns Lakeland Regional Medical Center?
- 2 Is Lakeland Regional health for profit?
- 3 How many employees does Lakeland Regional Health have?
- 4 What is the largest hospital in Florida?
- 5 Is Orlando Health a public hospital?
- 6 How big is Lakeland Regional?
- 7 Is Lakeland Regional Health a good place to work?
Who owns Lakeland Regional Medical Center?
Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center is a Level II Trauma Center providing initial trauma care, regardless of the injury, with physician subspecialists promptly available.
Is Lakeland Regional health for profit?
As a not-for-profit healthcare organization, Lakeland Regional Health is committed to providing effective, safe, timely, efficient and equitable care, regardless of a patient’s ability to pay for services.
How many employees does Lakeland Regional Health have?
The health system employs more than 5,400 full- time and part-time team members.
What is the largest hospital in Florida?
UF Health Shands Hospital (Gainesville, Fla.): 1,095 beds.
Is Orlando Health a public hospital?
Orlando Health is a private, not-for-profit network of community and specialty hospitals based in Orlando, Florida.
How big is Lakeland Regional?
Founded in 1916 as Morrell Memorial Hospital, our 864-bed, comprehensive tertiary referral hospital operates a Level II Trauma Center, a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and one the nation’s busiest single-site Emergency Departments.
Is Lakeland Regional Health a good place to work?
Lakeland Regional Health is a nationally recognized health system serving a wonderful community in central Florida, and besides receiving the Gallup Great Workplace Award, the Forbes Best Employer Award, the Becker’s Great Place to Work, it has just been awarded the 2018 Best Hospital Workplace in Florida.