AdventHealth Fish Memorial
CARING FOR OUR COMMUNITY
AdventHealth Fish Memorial is a comprehensive, full service, 175-bed acute care community hospital located in Orange City, Florida. It is part of the Adventist Health System, the largest Protestant, not-for-profit hospital system in America. The hospital is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
The facility began as Fish Memorial in 1952, in DeLand, Florida. In 1994, the hospital was renamed Volusia Medical Center and relocated to Orange City to serve the growing
population of southwest Volusia County. In 1996, the Adventist Health System purchased Volusia Medical Center and in 1998, renamed the facility AdventHealth Fish Memorial to honor the hospital’s benefactor, Judge Bert Fish. In 2003, AdventHealth Fish Memorial expanded and in 2007 Fish Imaging opened on the hospital campus. In 2015, Deltona Health Park opened as part of our continued promise to provide quality health care to the residents of Southwest Volusia County and Fish Imaging relocated to Deltona Health Park. In 2017, Wellness and Rehab Care opened in a new location on the hospital campus.