Lakeland Regional Health is a not-for-profit health system improving lives every day through safe and exceptional care, prevention and wellness, education and discovery. Its 849-bed Medical Center is the fifth largest hospital in the state of Florida and also operates the busiest single-site Emergency Department in the state.
A Tobacco-Free Campus
All Lakeland Regional Health facilities are tobacco-free. The use of tobacco products of any kind, including cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, cigars, pipes, chewing tobacco, etc., is not allowed on any LRH property, including parking lots and parking garages. Those wishing to use such products must completely leave LRH-owned property. These locations include not just the main hospital campus, but all other outpatient locations. Lakeland Regional Health Cancer Center has been tobacco-free since its opening.
Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center recognizes the importance of our role in contributing to the health and well-being of the community.
Learn about who we are, our commitment and our future in Vision 2020.
View our financial statistics for the year ending September 30, 2015 in the Community Benefit Report.
To view our data report as published by the Agency for Health Care Administration, click here.
Click here to learn more about the LRH Foundation.
Nursing at LRH
Nurses at LRH are educated, professional, knowledgeable, compassionate, innovative, dynamic, competent and dedicated to excellence in nursing practice. Read more.
Volunteering at Lakeland Regional Health is not only a great way to help your community, it is a great way to help yourself while performing many valuable services for our patients, families and staff. We offer volunteer opportunities at the main Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center campus and at our outlying facilities.
LRH and Florida Blood Services
To learn more about how LRH and Florida Blood Services work together, click here.