About Adventist University
At Adventist University, healthcare is more than a career
Almost 100 years ago, Florida Hospital began to train nurses so that healthcare could be made available to all. In 1992, Florida Hospital College opened to continue and expand that effort. In August of 2012, Florida Hospital College changed its name to Adventist University of Health Sciences. Today the university specializes in allied health and nursing education based on this overarching belief: healthcare is more than a career, it’s a ministry.
The university, located near downtown Orlando, is built on a solid foundation of educational experience, deeply rooted traditions, and a strong commitment to quality and excellence. Our vision is that each student will experience nurture, excellence, spirituality, and stewardship while learning the skills to provide the best possible patient care.
Adventist University of Health Sciences is Florida Hospital’s University, a member of the Adventist Health System. With more than 2,000 beds in Central Florida, Florida Hospital is the largest of more than 350 Adventist healthcare facilities around the world.
For more “About Us” please visit the University’s complete website at http://www.adu.edu/about.