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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 4-6, 2023 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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Column: A Healthy Florida Needs Healthy Florida Hospitals

Just three weeks into the legislative session, the Florida Senate already passed two bills in the large omnibus “Live Healthy” health care package.

2023 State Advocacy Agenda

FHA is pleased to present you with its 2023 State Legislative Priorities focusing on workforce development, preserving health care funding, increasing access to behavioral health, holding payers accountable and eliminating over-regulation.

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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