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FHA stands ready to work with our state lawmakers to find long-term solutions to increase access and quality, while reducing costs to our state's health care system.

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Florida faces an overall shortage of 59,000 nurses by 2035.

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FHA is hosting this year's annual meeting on October 9-11, 2024 at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes.

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FHA works with hospital leaders across the state to offer professional development opportunities

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  • 200 Hospital & Health Care System Members

The Florida Hospital Association is the leading voice for health care in the state of Florida.

  • 321 Hospitals in Florida
  • 322,229 Full-Time and Part-Time Employees
  • $28.28 Billion in Employee Wages, Salaries and Benefits
  • 11 Million Patients a Year
  • $1.6 Billion in Charity Care Provided
The Florida Hospital Association provides its members with the necessary leadership and effective advocacy to address these challenges and help build and sustain a world-class health system for all Floridians.

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This past session, the Florida Legislature displayed leadership to streamline processes and support timely access to high-quality treatment. We are incredibly grateful for the state’s leadership and all the behavioral health providers who strive to p

Economic Impact Report

Florida hospitals had an annual economic output contribution of $177.8 billion in 2021, and they directly employed more than 322,000 Floridians with a total payroll of more than $28 billion.

As the state’s largest hospital association, the Florida Hospital Association provides a unified voice for Florida’s hospital community, advocating on behalf of its members to maintain and improve access to affordable, quality health care for all Floridians.



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