Bleeding and clotting disorders require unique and specialized care. We work closely with you to provide an individualized treatment plan based on your child’s needs.
For pediatric cancer survivors who are two years or more off therapy, our Follow-up After Cancer Treatment (FACT) Program provides support to help keep your child healthy and cancer-free.
Many pediatric cancer survivors wish to start families and have children of their own one day. But some cancer treatments can affect a child's fertility (ability to have future children). This is why it is important to think about your child's fertility before cancer treatment starts.
Our partnership with the Orlando Health Cancer Institute means we offer children all the services of a top-rated cancer center at a trusted pediatric hospital.
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Program is a comprehensive team dedicated to the care of patients diagnosed with brain and spinal cord tumors.
Proton treatment for children is now available at the Orlando Health Cancer Institute Proton Therapy Center.
Our Sickle Cell Disease Program is the largest of its kind in Central Florida, providing diagnosis, treatment and long-term health management for children, adolescents and young adults up to 21 years of age with sickle cell disease of all types.
Information will update every 5 minutes. ER Wait Times are approximate and provided for informational purposes only. Estimated Wait Times as of: Wednesday, December 6, 2023 11:43 AM