Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital Emergency Services
Emergencies can’t wait, and Orlando Health's ERs are ready. Don't delay your care–we're here when you need us.
When you choose Orlando Health for your next ER visit, you’re choosing state-of-the-art medical care from Central Florida’s leader in emergency medicine and trauma care. Whether based in a hospital or freestanding pavilion, our network of ERs gives you access to the best available emergency care just minutes from your neighborhood. We're experienced and equipped to treat all members of your family — from infants and children, to teens and adults.
Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital has been serving the residents of St. Cloud and Osceola County for more than 50 years. Our specially trained emergency medicine team provides treatment for minor to major life-threatening injuries and illnesses. As an accredited Chest Pain Center from the American College of Cardiology, Orlando Health St. Cloud offers a protocol-driven approach, allowing for reduced time-to-treatment during the critical first stages of a heart attack. Whether it’s chest pain, a child’s broken arm or any other urgent medical concern, the Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital emergency room is here to serve you and your family.
For severe trauma cases or those needing a higher level of care, immediate transport by air or ambulance is available from each of our ERs to Central Florida’s only Level One Trauma Center at Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center or Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
If you, or someone you know, are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, go directly to the ER or dial 9-1-1 immediately.
The online scheduling tool is intended for conditions that are non life-or limb-threatening.
ER, Urgent Care or Primary Care Physician?
When should you go to the ER versus visiting an urgent care center or your primary care physician (PCP)? Our handy guide can help you make that decision. Fill in the form to download our free guide listing conditions that should be treated by an ER, an urgent care center or your primary care physician.