Orlando Health announced Monday that it is ending its relationship with the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston and teaming up with the University of Florida Health instead.
A statement by the health care provider says the new partnership will allow Orlando Health to better respond to market needs.
Patients can expect continue to receive their cancer care with the same Orlando Health physicians, oncologists, surgeons and staff.
"By connecting our university's research and treatment expertise with the exceptional health care organization that is Orlando Health, we bolster our capacity to improve patient care and outcomes," said UF President Bernie Machen.
The hospital officially becomes the UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health on January 31.