AdventHealth Donation Aims to Help End Local Homelessness

Under its new name of AdventHealth, the former Florida Hospital has made a commitment to donate up to $500,000 this year to help end homelessness in Central Florida. The gift includes $100,000 plus up to $400,000 to match other donations to the Central Florida Foundation’s Homeless Impact Fund.

AdventHealth, which is headquartered in Altamonte Springs, launched its rebranding with new marketing materials and an “Acts of Wholeness” campaign. The company has almost 50 hospitals and more than 80,000 employees in 12 states.

“This is an historic and transformational time for our organization and the communities we serve,” said Daryl Tol, president and CEO of AdventHealth’s Central Florida Division, quoted in Orlando Medical News. “We’re building on our rich legacy and stepping into the future with a new name and renewed dedication to caring for the whole person — body, mind and spirit. We are the only national healthcare company based in Florida, and with our hub in Orlando, we will continue to spotlight our world-class physicians, clinical excellence, and growing commitment to research and innovation.”

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