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Florida Hospital Kissimmee Emergency Care

Florida Hospital Kissimmee Emergency Services 

If you’re having a medical emergency, please call 911 immediately.

2450 Orange Blossom Trail (US 441)
Kissimmee, FL 34744
(407) 933-6630
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The Emergency entrance is clearly marked by signs. From Donegan Ave. you must turn on Ridgewood Avenue, just south of Hilda St.
In a medical emergency, it’s reassuring to know that Osceola County’s most advanced clinical care is just minutes away. Florida Hospital Kissimmee Emergency Services is here when you need us most, with 24-hour on-call physician coverage for emergent and trauma specialties, including general and thoracic surgery, orthopedics, neurology and neurosurgery, cardiology, pediatrics, and internal medicine. 
What sets us apart is our singular focus on delivering comprehensive emergency treatment from the moment you come through the door. Our highly skilled team, for example, can stop a heart attack in minutes. We’ve also earned the Gold Plus Award for Stroke by the American Heart Association, and are Stroke Certified for continued care, including physician follow-ups, referrals to top area specialists, and excellent community care. 
As a global pacesetter on the forefront of emergency medicine, Florida Hospital Kissimmee Emergency Services is equipped with some of the most advanced life-saving medical technology available. We also feature:
  • 18 critical care rooms
  • 2 eight-bed lean track/low acuity areas for fast treatment
  • Pediatric specific care areas
  • Pediatric waiting areas
  • Results waiting room
  • Pediatric Transport Team to quickly transfer patients to Florida Hospital for Children 
  • Results waiting room where you can wait for your results in comfort
All backed by physicians well-versed in the latest emergency medical treatments, and who practice compassionate care for mind, body and spirit. 

When should I visit the ER?

Knowing when you or someone else needs emergency attention can be critical. An emergency is defined as a serious medical condition or symptom caused by an injury or sickness, or mental illness, which arises suddenly and requires immediate care and treatment to avoid death or disability.
Get to the ER immediately if you experience:
  • Suspected stroke
  • Suspected heart attack
  • Complicated fracture
  • Poisoning
  • Deep wound
  • Vomiting/coughing up blood
  • Major head injury
  • Severe allergic reaction
  • Extreme difficulty breathing
  • Severe burn
Always be prepared for an emergency by keeping the following information on a card along with your insurance card and photo identification.
1. Name & telephone number of your Primary Care Physician
2. A list of your medications, including any drug allergies
3. Advance Directives: Living wills, Do-Not-Resuscitate orders, Power of Attorney, etc.

What to expect during your ER visit

When you first arrive at Emergency Services, you’ll be greeted by a specially-trained Registered Nurse (RN), who will ask your name, date of birth, Social Security Number (for your own personal safety), and the reason for your visit. 
The nurse will check your vital signs, including blood pressure, temperature, and heart rate, and evaluate the nature and severity of your condition. This triage process determines the order in which you’ll be seen. People with life-threatening conditions are seen immediately. Those with urgent conditions are seen ahead of non-urgent patients.
Once you’re in the exam room, you’ll be thoroughly examined by a skilled registered nurse and an ER physician, who will decide on the appropriate plant of treatment. The doctor may also send you for additional tests, such as blood tests, CT scan, ultrasound imaging or X-rays. 
Your ER physician will communicate your treatment with your primary care physician. To find a skilled primary care physician in your neighborhood, please call (407) 303-DOCS.

Urgent Vs. Emergency Care

Urgent Care offers an affordable alternative to the emergency room for urgent, non life-threatening medical attention. Centra Care is Central Florida's only urgent care service provider backed by a nationally recognized hospital system. With locations throughout Central Florida, it's likely you’ll find one close to home. 
Centra Care provides friendly, professional walk-in medical care for all kinds of urgent but non life-threatening medical conditions, including colds, flu, sore throats, ear aches, stomach aches, X-rays and broken bones, and stitches. Most major insurance plans are accepted, and appointments are never needed.