Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, Florida, United States of America
The Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC) is a tertiary hospital located in the downtown area of Orlando, Florida. It consists of 808 beds and a level I trauma center. Apart from being the front-runner of the Orlando Health system, the Orlando Regional Medical Center also serves as the definitive medical care facility for the nearby Kennedy Space Center launch site, providing joint-training exercises a couple of times annually. The private hospital was a product of the design of the HKS, Inc., who provided the architectural service, and the structural engineer Walter P. Moore.
The Clermont Historic Village Museum is another must-see site in the area. It is located in the nearby town of Clermont and consists of the iconic Quonset Hut and Train Depot, which were acquired together with the village property back in 1996. The South Lake County Historical Society, who oversees and operates the museum, was created shortly after the property acquisition. Meanwhile, if you're exploring Bay Lake, make sure to visit Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park, a zoological theme park within Walt Disney World Resort. The Animal Kingdom is complete with rainforests, jungles, and savannas that will provide visitors with an unforgettable wildlife experience.
If you are traveling with family, best to stay at the three-star Aloft Orlando Downtown, where a fitness center, outdoor pool, limo car service, and spacious guestrooms are provided. Those preferring to stay near ORMC can check out the Hampton Inn & Suites Orlando/Downtown South - Medical Center. Aside from being a mere six-minute walk away from the hospital, it also features an outdoor pool and a business center.