Health and Rehabilitative Grants

Child Care Coordination at Florida HospitalChild Care Coordination at Florida Hospital

$59,659 to Guardian Care, Inc. to replace the nurse call system in the south wing of the facility.

Howard Phillips Center for Children & FamilesHoward Phillips Center for Children and Families
$124,404 to Quest Inc. to fund an electronic clinical and practice management database system.

$1,255,000 to Orlando Health Foundation for "Eagles for Arnie" at the 2015 Arnold Palmer Invitational Presented by MasterCard PGA Tour at Bay Hill and a four year commitment thereafter. "Eagles for Arnie" is a $5,000 pledge for every Eagle made during the tournament. The $255,000 from 2015 is designated to the Howard Phillips Center for Children and Families (Repair of exterior stairs: $3,914; Matching event gift: $50,000; HVAC work: $201,086).  The program began in 2013.  The inaugural year earned $180,000 for the Howard Phillips Center for Children and Families, the hospital purchased seventy-two convertible benches to provide extra seating in patient rooms during the day and a comfortable bed for parents to use at night to stay in the room with their hospitalized child.  With the $185,000 from 2014, the hospital used the $135,000 "Eagles for Arnie" dollars toward the operating costs of Teen Express, a program of the Howard Phillips Center For Children and Families, which provides a mobile medical home for low-income teens, and $50,000 as a challenge grant to encourage increased giving by individuals to the Howard Phillips Center.  The total "Eagles for Arnie" granted and pledged is: $1,620,000.  More information about Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children

Arnold Palmer Hospital Hybrid-Cath LabArnold Palmer Hospital Hybrid-Cath Lab

$595,302 to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Florida in two separate grants to refurbish the Ronald McDonald House on the campus of the Arnold Palmer Medical Center and to assist in the construction of Orlando's third Ronald McDonald House on the campus of Nemours Children's Hospital.

$2,000,000 to Orlando Health to establish a Hybrid Catheterization Lab at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, a facility combining the traditional diagnostic functions of a catheterization lab with the surgical functions of an operating room which eliminates the need for a patient to undergo two separate procedures. More information about the Arnold Palmer Hospital Hybrid-Cath Lab

$250,000 for Health Care Center for the Homeless to support the construction costs of their new Ivey Lane community Health Center.

$2,110,000 to Florida Hospital Foundation in three separate grants for expansion of their Center for Child Development, supporting new services such as educational advocacy, care coordination and outreach support; for a challenge grant to be matched by contributions from physicians to purchase state-of-the-art equipment for a new women’s health center at Winter Park Hospital; and to benefit The Florida Hospital Cardiovascular Institure's Cardiothoracic Care Unit.


Grants featured are those for $15,000 or more made as of June 2017.
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