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Features & benefits that help you feel whole.

AdventHealth on Demand brings easy-to-access care options to you to ensure you are well-covered and well-cared for as an AdventHealth CastCare℠ member.
 

As an AdventHealth CastCare℠ member, you receive expert award-winning AdventHealth services where and when they fit your schedule, from primary care doctor visits to urgent care needs, everywhere you are.

  • In your home
  • On your phone or tablet
  • At one of our convenient locations

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Our Expert Nurses work with you and your Primary Care Physician to ensure you are on the best path to a happy, whole life. Our Care Managers will:

  • Help you develop your personalized care plan to make managing your health easier
  • Support you in managing your chronic conditions, such as diabetes or asthma, by connecting you with tools, education, and resources to help you improve your health
  • Work with a Nurse Provider to assist you in setting goals to better manage your medications, lose weight, stop smoking or develop an exercise plan

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Our team of experts is ready to help guide you along your health care journey.

If you have questions about AdventHealth Physician Network, contact the Member Experience Center exclusively for Disney employees and Cast Members.

You’re just a phone call or online chat away from the answers you need:

  • Coordinate your health care needs across the AdventHealth Physician Network with your Primary Care Physician and other doctors as appropriate.
     
  • Find the right AdventHealth Physician Network Primary Care Physician and other specialists as needed.
     
  • Schedule or request appointments with AdventHealth Physician Network doctors.
     
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Call (855) 747-7476 to speak with a representative or chat online with the Member Experience Team at Account.AdventHealth.com.

The AdventHealth app is your patient portal providing access to your health information 24/7/365, putting your health care in your own hands.

  • View Lab Results
  • Pay Bills
  • Message Your Care Team
  • Schedule Appointments
  • Urgent Care Video Visits
  • Access Health Records

Search for the AdventHealth app on the Apple App Store or Google Play today to download it to your smartphone or tablet!

AdventHealth Physician Network's telehealth solution allows you to have a virtual, urgent-care visit with a doctor online from your phone or tablet, wherever you are, available 24/7, with $0 copay.

  • Conjunctivitis/pink eye
  • Coughs, colds, bronchitis and flu
  • Lower back pain
  • Seasonal allergies
  • Sinus and upper respiratory infections
  • Skin conditions
  • Urinary tract infections

Access Video Visit through the AdventHealth app or download here:

One Network For Life

One Network for Life

 

#1 HOSPITAL IN GREATER ORLANDO

When it comes to your health care, you want to know you’ve chosen the right place.

AdventHealth Orlando hospital network is the only hospital that has been ranked number one in Greater Orlando
for the last 12 years in a row by U.S. News and World Report has also named us best in Orlando
for digestive care, cancer, diabetes, women’s care, neurosurgery and orthopedics. 

Orlando’s #1 Hospital

AdventHealth Orlando is recognized as the #1 hospital in Greater Orlando by U.S. News and World Report.

National Leader in Newborn Care

For the fifth year in a row, AdventHealth for Children is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a national leader in newborn care.

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With the start of a new year comes a brand-new opportunity to make your health a priority. Whether you’ve written down a resolution to be healthier or want to be proactive earlier in the year, a great first step is to schedule a health screening. Some screenings may be gender specific. Overall, consider this as a helpful list of general health screenings to guide you in staying on top of your health this year.

9 Ways a Morning Walk Can Boost Your Body, Mind and Spirit

While getting a brisk walk in at other times of the day is always beneficial, a morning walk carries some real advantages. We’re here to highlight some of the ways starting your morning with a walk can jumpstart your day and enrich your life in body, mind and spirit. Who knows? You might be inspired to start your New Year with a fresh exercise routine that will last a lifetime.

Cardiac Arrest vs. Heart Attack: Know the Signs to Save a Life

One of the leading causes of death in the United States, cardiac arrest can happen at any age and to either gender. What makes cardiac arrest so dangerous is the sudden and drastic nature of its effects. With only about an 8% survival rate for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest when treated by emergency services, quick medical attention is clearly required to survive. Cardiac arrest is often confused as the same thing as a heart attack, but the two have key differences. Being able to identify cardiac arrest risk factors and early signs in yourself and your loved ones could help you save a life.

7 Tips for Staying Active During the Holidays

Staying healthy during the holidays is always a challenge. Between tempting treats and last-minute shopping trips, your weekly meal prep and workout schedule tend to get tossed to the wayside. Here are seven motivational tips on how to incorporate fitness into your holiday for optimal health in body, mind and spirit.

6 Ways to Overcome Holiday Health Pitfalls

The holidays bring abundant gifts, many of which are intangible. Love. Generosity. Faith. Family. But unfortunately, for many of us, poor health is also on that list. Although it’s an incredibly special time of year, it's still important to keep track of your physical, emotional and spiritual health.

10 Ways to Take Care of Your Heart During the Holidays

Not only are the holidays a time to catch up with loved ones, but they’re also a time when we usually indulge in our favorite comfort foods and snacks. With factors like holiday stress and overindulgence, the average person gains about five pounds during the holiday season, which can put a lot of strain on the body, particularly the heart. When the holidays roll around this year — typically a time when you might go for that extra slice of pie or skip your daily exercise — consider taking some healthy steps for your heart to lower your risk of heart disease and heart attack.

Get Moving: 10 Extra Minutes of Exercise Saves Lives

Have you ever been told to take the stairs instead of the elevator or park a little further from the grocery store to get some light exercise in? Researchers have recently calculated new numbers showing that even short bursts of physical activity can dramatically improve your physical health. If every U.S. adult ages 40 to 85 increased their exercise by just 10 minutes per day, the number of deaths would decrease by 6.9%, with more than 110,000 lives saved each year.

Know Your Risk: High Blood Pressure With Diabetes

If you’re one of the 34 million Americans who have diabetes, you know how overwhelming it is to keep track of your numbers. But be sure to keep a close eye on your blood pressure since about 60% of diabetes patients have high blood pressure, too. When you have both conditions, your chance of getting heart disease is even higher. Learning how to reduce your risk of high blood pressure will help you live a healthier life and lower your chances of getting heart disease. We’re here to walk you through the risks of having high blood pressure with diabetes, along with tips on how to maintain healthy blood pressure.
 

Your Legal Protection
From Balance Billing

When you get emergency care or are treated by an out-of-network provider at an in-network hospital or ambulatory surgical center, you're protected from surprise billing -- also known as balance billing. Learn more about your rights and the federal No Surprises Act.

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