Orlando Health asking for help identifying patient at ORMC

Orlando Health officials say they’re looking for anyone who may be able to help identify a patient who’s been at Orlando Regional Medical Center for weeks.


The patient is described as a Hispanic man in his late 20s to mid 30s. He was admitted into the hospital at around 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 9 from a parking garage on West Robinson Street downtown.

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The man is 5 feet 9 inches tall with brown eyes, black hair and weighs 150 pounds.

He’s described as having a long, thin nose with freckles across his forehead, a full facial beard, and a mustache. He has no tattoos, piercings or other recognizable scars.

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When admitted into the hospital, he was wearing size 36, whitewashed Evolution blue jeans, a gray “Nirvana” t-shirt with a yellow smiley face on it, and New Balance tennis shoes.

Orlando Health is asking anyone who thinks they recognize the man’s description to call the ORMC Chaplain at (321) 841-2983

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