Coming Soon: Emergency Room and Medical Pavilion - Osceola
To serve the growing communities of Osceola County, Orlando Health is planning a free-standing emergency room and medical pavilion to be built at the northwest corner of Orange Avenue and Osceola Parkway near Kissimmee. The facility will be built on property that is part of Tupperware Brands’ Osceola Corporate Center.
Phase one of the 13-acre project will include a three-story 60,000-square-foot emergency department and medical pavilion. Provided as a service of Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, the emergency department on the first floor will include at least 22 treatment rooms, an imaging department and laboratory services. The site will also include ambulance bays and a helipad that will provide air transport for patients needing more specialized levels of care. The second and third floors of the medical pavilion will feature primary care and specialty physician practices.
Phase two of the healthcare campus could include additional medical offices, surgery centers, and other health and wellness concepts. Stay tuned for updates.
Groundbreaking for phase one is slated for fall 2017 with an opening date in late 2018.
Other Planned ER/Medical Pavilions
The Osceola complex is one of five new Orlando Health emergency room/medical pavilion projects under way in Central Florida. The others will be located in:
Orlando Health Emergency Room and Medical Pavilion – Lake Mary
Location: 30-acre campus at the northwest corner of Manderley Run and Rinehart Road.
Orlando Health Emergency Room and Medical Pavilion – Blue Cedar
Location: 20-acre campus near the junction of U.S. Highway 27 and the Florida Turnpike, in Lake County.
Orlando Health Emergency Room and Medical Pavilion – Four Corners
Location: West of Champions Gate in Lake County, on U.S. Highway 27, just north of Highway 192.
Orlando Health Emergency Room and Medical Pavilion – Osceola
Location: 13-acre campus at Orange Avenue and Osceola Parkway, Kissimmee.