Orlando Health to launch at-home hospital services next year

Orlando Health to launch at-home hospital services next year

Orlando Health, one of Florida’s largest healthcare providers, announced this week that it will begin offering at-home hospital care in 2023. Orlando Health has received authority from the state Agency for Health Care Administration to administer acute hospital-level care in adult patients’ homes. This service will be provided to persons who meet specific clinical requirements. According to the provider, conditions that can be treated in a home-based program include cellulitis, COPD, asthma, UTI, heart failure, COVID-19, pneumonia, and gastroenteritis. “Hospital Care at Home introduces another option for Orlando Health patients to receive high-quality care in an environment that best facilitates their recovery,” said Jamal Hakim, MD, chief operating officer of Orlando Health. “Patients with certain acute conditions can be treated in the comfort of their home with the same level of care and monitoring they would receive within the walls of our hospitals.”


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