Location Profile

Daytona Beach, Florida

Facility Type
Acute Care - General
Facility Location
Daytona Beach, Florida
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Daytona Beach, Florida. For more than 60 years, the provider has offered quality compassionate care in the area and acts as the sole provider for several types of specialty care. State-of-the-art equipment for diagnostics and treatment is available at the facility. Services include stroke care, pediatrics, surgery, trauma, emergency, and cancer.

Community Overview

Daytona Beach is a gorgeous spot on the Florida coast. Miles of hard-packed sandy beaches and a bustling boardwalk offer fun for people of all ages. Outside of the beach, the city has a thriving arts and cultural scene, good schools, and exciting events. A lively city year-round, Daytona Beach is fun for families and visitors. The city offers events throughout the year and is home to over 60 art, music, and cultural events.

To learn more about Daytona Beach, visit the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


Daytona Beach's public schools are run by Volusia County Schools, a district with 45 elementary schools, 12 middle schools, and 9 high schools. Of these, 6 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, and 2 high schools are located in Daytona Beach. The district also features several charter schools, with specialized education for STEM subjects and the arts. Volusia County School has an overall rank of a "B" for its excellence in academics. The student-teacher ratio is 16 to 1 and is lower than the national average. Over 50% of the district's students are proficient in math and reading. Seabreeze High, located in Daytona Beach is among the top 200 high schools in Florida, and the top 4,000 schools in the country, as ranked by U.S. News and World Report's Best U.S. High Schools. There are also 14 private schools located in Daytona Beach.

Click here to read more about public schools in Daytona Beach.
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Getting around Daytona Beach to these and anywhere else in the city is easy thanks to the public transit system, Votran. Votran travels through the Daytona Beach area and throughout Volusia County.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

Daytona Beach has great shopping districts with specialty shopping, plus all of the big-box stores you need for general merchandise. Charming shoppers since 1870, The Riverfront Shops of Daytona Beach is located downtown and offers an array of 60 shops, restaurants, and attractions, many of them locally-owned. Over on the shore, there's a cluster of family-friendly shops known as Ocean Walk Shoppes for beachwear, sunglasses, and everything else you need for fun in the sun. Volusia Mall is the spot for indoor shopping at department stores like Macy's, Dillard's, and JCPenney. Daytona Beach is great for bargain lovers too, as the city has a Tanger Outlets mall with more than 50 brand-name discount stores. Browse for good deals from names like Tommy Bahama, Sketchers, Old Navy, and GAP at this open-air shopping center.

Packed with museums, galleries, and arts, Daytona Beach delivers entertainment for all. The Halifax Historical Museum offers exhibits on area racing heritage, early pioneer life, Victorian households, the Civil War, and famous entertainers. Part of the Museum of Arts and Sciences, The Cici & Hyatt Brown Museum of Art features the largest collection of Florida art in the world with 2,600 Florida-themed paintings. The Lowell and Nancy Lohman Family Planetarium is located on the grounds as well and will let you take a look at the galaxy. That's not all, as the complex also includes a separate children's museum packed with interactive exhibits, and the Root Museum, a family museum with one of the largest Coca-Cola memorabilia collections in the country. The Southeast Museum of Photography is Florida's only photography museum and features work by professional and youth photographers.

There's always a great day or night when you step out to see Daytona's theaters and music venues. The Cinematique Theater is a full-time arthouse cinema and performing space, offering screenings, improv comedy, live music, and other events. For year-round entertainment, there's the Daytona Playhouse, a theater offering comedies, dramas, and family-friendly shows.  May through September, you can head down to the water for a concert at the Daytona Bandshell. In addition to several ticketed concerts, the bandshell presents free concerts all summer long.

Daytona Beach is a great beach for families, and has 23 miles of white-sand beaches. It's perfect for enjoying that amazing Florida sunshine while you dig for shells, wade in the water, swim, or just relax. You can also have fun on the water by parasailing, taking a boat tour, or a river cruise. Snorkel in the water to see some of the local sea life or stand up on a paddleboat for a unique view of the water. Beachfront parks Andy Romance and Frank Rendon Park offer great views, a playground, and picnic facilities. There's also Daytona Lagoon, a premier waterpark and entertainment center. At Daytona Lagoon you can plunge on a waterslide, float around in a lazy river, race go-karts, and play in the arcade. For more pulse-pounding fun, head to the Daytona International Speedway to see a NASCAR race. Home of the Daytona 500 and numerous other races, the Speedway is fun for kids and adults. Multiple events with races big and small are often at the track. An hour away is Orlando, Florida, home of popular theme parks like Walt Disney World and Universal Studios.

Daytona Beach is a diverse city and features a medium-sized Filippino population. In addition to the Faavco/Filipino American Association of Volusia County, Daytona Beach has Filipino restaurants and stores to visit. Chibugan Sari Sari store features prepared Filipino dishes as well as Filipino groceries. Other stores in the area for Asian groceries include International Asian Market and Oriental Grocery. Nearby Orlando/Kissimmee, Florida, an hour away, has even more Filipino restaurants to visit.

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Crime Rate

Crime in Daytona Beach has decreased by 22% over the last year and should continue to fall. The Daytona Beach Police Department vigilantly protects the residents and visitors of the area, with 250 full-time officers and 50 part-time officers dedicated to patrolling.

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