Donations of Food, Goods and Services 

For the safety of our patients and team members, we are unable to accept visitors and walk-in deliveries at our hospitals with donations. Please follow the guidelines below:

Individual Donations of Food, Goods and/or Services

If you are interested in making a donation of food, homemade medical equipment, goods or services, please send details of the offer to [email protected]. Your message will be answered by a member of the hospital team as soon as possible.

Corporate Donations

To coordinate a donation on behalf of your organization, whether it be hygiene products, personal protection equipment (PPE), or other medical gear, or food, please send details of your donation to [email protected]. Your message will be answered by a member of the hospital team as soon as possible.

Orlando Health Hospital Visitation Guidelines

Additional Information for Patients & Visitors

 

Orlando Health’s COVID-19 Preparedness

First and foremost, we want you to know that Orlando Health is prepared to care for COVID-19 cases and to protect the safety of our patients, visitors, team members and the communities we serve. Our experts in infectious diseases and emergency management are well informed about COVID-19 and are prepared to respond quickly and appropriately. We also stay in contact with public health agencies at the national, state and local levels as well as with our medical partners to ensure proper protocols are in place for patient and staff safety.

 

Orlando Health is currently doing several activities that aid us in keeping our patients and communities safe from COVID-19. These include:

 

  1. Experts from across the healthcare system have convened since January 2020 as part of our ongoing efforts to prepare, prevent and treat emerging infectious disease threats.

  2. All Orlando Health hospitals have done emergency preparedness drills in the event a COVID-19 patient is brought to one of our facilities.

  3. As of March 13, all Orlando Health hospitals are screening visitors for symptoms of and exposure to COVID-19.

  4. There is constant internal communication to relevant stakeholders, including frontline staff, physicians and nurses, managers and leadership.

  5. An internal web page serves as a resource for team members to review guidance material about COVID-19. This site ensures that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for screening and managing potentially infected individuals are followed by all clinical and administrative staff at emergency departments and other points of entry.

  6. We’re managing placement and supply selection for hand hygiene stations throughout our facilities.