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We Financially Support The Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children & Women

Last year, more than 9,300 babies were delivered at Arnold Palmer Hospital, making it Florida’s busiest labor and delivery unit and fourth busiest in the nation. Overall, physicians and staff care for more than 49,000 children and 28,000 women each year with compassion and innovative medical services. Arnold Palmer Hospital treats children who have cancer, heart defects, respiratory and orthopedic problems - and so much more. Annual support is absolutely vital to help them meet the many needs of the most seriously ill children and their families.

As the only hospital in the Southeast - and one of only six in the nation - dedicated exclusively to serving the special needs of children and women, Arnold Palmer Hospital relies on a family-centered philosophy to create a unique child-based environment.

Specially-designed programs help children adapt to hospital life through play activities including a special outdoor fun area called Play Works, medical role-playing, interaction with other kids in play rooms, Healing Arts and Project P.L.A.Y., a pre-admission orientation program.

Arnold Palmer Hospital is truly the "hospital built for kids" and has many resources to assure the safe arrival of babies into the world. The obstetrics department is prepared to handle any type of pregnancy and delivery, and features "all-in-one" birthing rooms equipped for labor, delivery and recovery. The Women's Center at Arnold Palmer Hospital provides expert care and services, including gynecology, oncology, plastic and reconstructive surgery and rehabilitation services.

“Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children & Women was built through the generous support of those in our community. We are only able to continue our mission of serving the healthcare needs of children and families through the ongoing gifts of caring organizations and individuals. We are pleased to have such a wonderful partner as Heartbeats At Home and we are grateful for their support.”
– Chris Stowers, Director of Development at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children & Women