• Counseling Services

    To meet with a counselor while receiving outpatient treatment, please call 321.841.1869 to schedule a free consultation. If you are admitted to the hospital for treatment, please ask your nurse or physician for a referral to a counselor.

  • Family Planning

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  • Financial Resources

    Learn more about Orlando Health Patient Financial Resources.

  • Florida Driving Laws

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  • Genetic Testing

    Genetic testing is clinically available for most hereditary forms of cancer and usually involves a blood draw. Testing is offered to at-risk individuals, but only after the benefits, risks and limitations of each test are carefully considered. Individuals who undergo testing and are found to have a positive test result are at an increased risk for developing cancer. However, it is important to note that a positive test result does not necessarily mean that an individual will develop cancer.

  • Living Will and Advance Directives

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  • Marijuana as an Anti-Cancer Treatment

    At present, Florida does not allow the distribution of marijuana for medical purposes.

  • Medical Records

    Your records are available to you at any time through the Orlando Health Patient Portal. You may also choose to contact the Medical Records office directly. More information available at

  • Neuropsychology

    Learn more about our clinical neuropsychology services.

  • Nutrition Specialist

    Learn more about our clinical nutrition services.

  • Palliative Care

    Palliative care is focused on addressing comfort needs of patients with terminal illnesses. At the Cancer Center there are two palliative care physicians with whom you can meet at any time to discuss pain, diet and nutrition, and any resources you may require in your home to ensure you are comfortable and safe. Additionally, there is an inpatient hospice unit at Orlando Health that is staffed and overseen by Cornerstone Hospice. More information about this special unit can be found by watching the video provided by Cornerstone.

  • Patient and Family Support

    Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center is proud to offer many services to patient’s and loved ones free of charge. The Cancer Support Community is an international non-profit dedicated to providing support, education, and hope to people affected by cancer for over 30 years. Our brain and spine tumor support group meets on the first Wednesday of every month on the fourth floor of the Cancer Center. The group meets at 6:00pm and food is often provided at no charge. An entire overview of the services offered, including high tea, mediation, healing arts and yoga can be found here For any questions or to contact the Cancer Support Community team, please call 321.841.5056 or email [email protected]

  • Weekly Brain and Spine Tumor Conference

    An important factor in excellent care is creating a multidisciplinary team where experts from different fields come together to discuss patient care. Every week on Thursday mornings a conference is held called the Brain and Spine Multidisciplinary Conference. Neurosurgeons, neuropathologists, neuroradiologists, neuro-oncologists and neuroradiation oncologists sit together and patient’s cases are presented. MRI’s are reviewed as a team and often the actual slides showing the patient’s tumor cells are projected onto a screen as well. The best plan of care is developed by integrating recommendations from each sub-specialty. If your case is being presented we encourage you to call our clinic at 321.841.7218 to discuss the treatment recommendations.