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Adventist Health System

, Winter Park Florida USA  
 
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Name Adventist Health System
Address 111 North Orlando Avenue
 
Town Winter Park
State Florida
Country USA
Post Code 32789
Phone 407 647 4400
Fax 407 975 1469
Email websupport@ahss.org.
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About Adventist Health System

Adventist Health System is a not-for-profit healthcare organization that emphasizes Christ at the center of care. Founded in 1973 to support and strengthen Seventh-day Adventist healthcare organizations in the Southern and Southwestern regions of the United States, Adventist Health System has quickly grown to become the largest not-for-profit Protestant healthcare provider in the nation.

Today, Adventist Health System supports 37 hospitals and employs 50,000 individuals. Adventist Health System hospitals comprise of 6,600 plus licensed beds, providing care for 4 million patients each year in inpatient, outpatient and emergency room visits.

In order to best meet the needs of the local communities we serve, Adventist Health System facilities operate independently in hiring employees and delivering care and services. While each entity is unique, they remain united in one mission—to extend the healing ministry of Christ to every patient. Our mission depends not only on our commitment to Christian ideals but on our efforts to provide nothing less than extraordinary compassionate care.

Adventist Health System’s flagship, Florida Hospital, is one of the largest healthcare providers in America and a national leader in cardiac care. Established in 1908, Florida Hospital now includes almost 2,200 beds on seven campuses.

** A Promise Kept for Generations **

Medical pioneers of the Seventh-day Adventist Church established an innovative healthcare program in Battle Creek, Michigan in 1866, looking to the healing ministry of Christ for inspiration.

** The Strength Behind the Compassion **

Part of this worldwide network, Adventist Health System was founded in 1973 to support and strengthen Seventh-day Adventist healthcare organizations in the Southern and Southwestern regions of the United States. It quickly became the largest not-for-profit Protestant healthcare provider in the nation.

Today, Adventist Health System organizations provide 37 hospitals totaling more than 6,000 licensed beds, care for nearly 4 million patients each year in inpatient, outpatient and emergency room visits, and employ almost 43,000 members of their communities in full and part-time positions.

** A Continuum of Care **

Many Adventist Health System hospitals offer home health and other services to meet community needs. Seventeen extended-care centers provide more than 2,000 beds for patients who need long-term medical or rehabilitation services. Adventist Care Centers, Adventist Health System's long-term care connection, contracts with 16 of these facilities. As recognized leaders in the delivery of skilled care, these sites provide specialized services including respiratory therapy, cardiac care and others.

** Local Control, Corporate Support **

To best meet the exact needs of their communities, every Adventist Health System entity operates independently in hiring employees and delivering care and services. The corporate office reinforces these efforts by sharing management and clinical expertise, providing access to a greater number of managed care plans, and making available a wide range of additional resources and services.

** The Uncommon Pursuit of Common Goals **

Although separated by geography and as unique as the varied communities we serve, Adventist Health System organizations will always be united in our efforts to improve every aspect of life.

Adventist Health System's flagship, Florida Hospital, is one of the largest healthcare providers in America and a national leader in cardiac care. Established in 1908, Florida Hospital now provides more than 1,800 beds on seven campuses and is recognized for the quality of its cancer care, neurosciences, orthopedics, kidney disease, limb replantation, sports medicine, rehabilitation, and women's medicine programs.

The pursuit of excellence and promise of compassion that formed the foundation of Seventh-day Adventist healthcare continue today in the largest hospitals and the smallest clinics.

** Lives Change When Mission is Put to Work **

When Seventh-day Adventist healthcare began, philosophy was translated into life-saving and life-enhancing service when mission was put into action. Today, our mission of extending the healing ministry of Christ depends not only on our commitment to Christian ideals but on our efforts to provide nothing less than extraordinary compassionate care.

OUR VALUES

Adventist Health System employees draw motivation and direction from six strongly held principles. These principles guide the manner in which we treat each other and those we serve.

CHRISTIAN MISSION

We exist to serve the needs of our communities in harmony with Christ's healing ministry and incorporate Christian values at every level of service.

FOCUS ON COMMUNITY WELLNESS

We commit time, talent and financial support to educate our neighbors in the principles of illness prevention and healthful living.

QUALITY AND SERVICE EXCELLENCE

We strive to meet or exceed both the service standards of the health care industry and the expectations of the patients we serve and measure our success through continuous surveying of patient satisfaction.

HIGH ETHICAL STANDARDS

We conduct our business with integrity, honesty and fairness. As responsible stewards, we use our financial resources wisely by choosing business practices which are cost-effective, productive and result in a fair return on investment.

COMPASSION

We are sensitive to the needs of the individuals and families we serve and meet their needs with kindness and empathy.

CULTURAL DIVERSITY

We value the diversity of our patients, employees, business colleagues and visitors and treat them with kindness and respect regardless of their background, race, religion or culture.
 
History Of Adventist Health System

** A TRADITION OF GOOD HEALTH **

As Seventh-day Adventist Christians, we believe a wholesome lifestyle contributes to good physical health and enhances a person's mental and spiritual potential. Recognizing the importance of whole-person health and the relationship of physical well-being with emotional and spiritual well-being, the founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church opened a new kind of health center in Battle Creek, Michigan in 1866

During a time when many medical treatments were as harmful as the diseases they were supposed to cure, the new revolutionary healthcare center not only treated disease, but also taught people how to prevent disease through good nutrition, exercise and sanitation. It was a place where each person was valued as a creation of God and where caregivers created a positive healing environment by providing extraordinary patient care.

Within years, the institution and its famous physician and health educator, John Harvey Kellogg, M.D., gained international recognition. Clientele included the likes of J.C. Penney, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Amelia Earhart, Lowell Thomas, William Jennings Bryan, Dale Carnegie, C.W. Post and John D. Rockefeller.

Around the world, the church operates more than 500 healthcare facilities dedicated to helping people achieve physical, mental and spiritual wholeness. These include approximately 160 hospitals in addition to nursing homes, dispensaries, and clinics.

Today, Adventist Health System, is one of the largest Protestant not-for-profit healthcare systems in the United States and remains true to its Adventist heritage by providing quality whole-person care.
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