Rollins Center for Health Innovation

The Center for Health Innovation (CHI) at the Hamilton Holt School was recently opened to promote healthcare issues and practices within the Central Florida community. Led by Executive Director Chet Evans, the CHI focuses on the development of new undergraduate and graduate degrees in healthcare management for area medical organizations. In particular, the Lake Nona Medical City, projected to employ 30,000 workers by 2030, has an ongoing demand for healthcare professionals and administrators. The CHI also serves as the connection between the Hamilton Holt School and the local community for health-innovation programs via workshops, lunch lectures and health fairs. 

Degree Programs

Rollins College offers several programs in the health field, including:

Rollins Health Forum Series

To help illustrate the healthcare needs of the community and how we may begin offering solutions, the CHI is offering a series of free lectures on topics that affect central Florida and the nation. These events are open to the public and presented in collaboration with the Winter Park Health Foundation who provided funding support.

Upcoming events:

Past events: