good luck with the move!
i work at orlando regional, and i can tell you what i know about their new rn's and hiring and stuff:
bonuses are given to experienced rns who go to work in certain critical shortage areas - usually acute care areas. new grads do not receive bonuses - relocation assistance, i'm not sure about, but i don't think so. again, those are perks that are extended to experienced rns.
orhs has an awesome, awesome new grad nurse orientation/training program. as long as you have your seating pass letter to take the n-clex, you're hire-able as a grad nurse (once you pass, your badge changes from "gn" to "rn"). even if you haven't gotten the letter yet, they can and usually do hire you on as a adv clinical tech until you get your letter. the new grad program is really cool - about 12 weeks long, not counting your floor orientation - and it makes for a really nice transition into your new career, plus you get to be with other gn's and there's a community there.
the hospital also has tuition reimbursement, scholarships
, lots of continuing education opportunities, and a bunch of other stuff that my fried brain cannot remember. it's a great place to work - pm me if you have any other questions.
and, the most important of all: the recruitment office is the best place to start to find out all this stuff. the # is 321-841-8625, and ask to speak with a nurse recruiter. there are several and they are all very cool people and love to talk with new grads.
hope this helps!