Member Hospitals

The 15 members of the Florida Association of Children’s Hospitals represent some of the most cutting-edge hospitals in the state. Two are specially licensed children’s hospitals; 13 are part of large multi-hospital systems.

Serving the Most Vulnerable

Children with medically complex conditions including cancer, infectious and digestive diseases and psychiatric diagnoses utilize Medicaid coverage to access highly specialized services that are only available at FACH hospitals. In many cases, Medicaid reimbursement is far below the actual cost of care. Two out of three children hospitalized in Florida are covered by Medicaid. For these beneficiaries, FACH members:








AdventHealth for Children, Orlando |

Palmer Hospital for Children, Orlando |

Baptist Children’s Hospital, Miami |

Children’s Medical Center at Tampa General Hospital, Tampa |

Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida, Ft. Myers |

Holtz Children’s Hospital at UM/Jackson Memorial Medical Center |

Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Hollywood |

* Nemours Children’s Hospital, Orlando |

Palm Beach Children’s Hospital at St. Mary’s Medical Center |

UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital, Gainesville |

Salah Foundation Children’s Hospital at Broward Health, Ft. Lauderdale |

* Shriners Hospitals for Children, Tampa |

St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, Tampa |

The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart,

Wolfson Children’s Hospital, Jacksonville |

* Specially licensed children’s hospitals

Essential to Florida’s Children

Parents with very sick children in need of specialized services typically turn to FACH hospitals – because this care is not provided anywhere else. Although they represent less than 7% of all Florida’s hospitals, most recent data shows that annually, FACH hospitals provide: