At Orlando Regional Medical Center, we care for you throughout your surgery experience, in either an inpatient or outpatient surgical setting. Our skilled physicians, nurses and other caregivers, equipped with leading-edge technology, work together as a team to deliver the best care in Central Florida. ORMC's surgical team performs a full spectrum of surgical services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our surgeons and staff are trained to treat any kind of surgical emergency from a Level One Trauma to an elective surgical procedure.
Over the past few years, ORMC has made a conscious effort to better serve the Central Florida community through earlier adoption of leading-edge technology. Our surgeons are leaders in using surgical innovations that offer greater precision, faster healing and less pain - from minimally invasive surgeries that use tiny incisions, to image-guided technologies that enhance precision for selective procedures.
ORMC is equipped with two Endo Suite Operating rooms that are designed to create the optimal operating environment for the surgeon, staff and patient. These rooms include a ceiling mounted suspension system that provides increased efficiencies and ergonomics with powered equipment, inlight surgical camera, and flat panel monitors with hi resolution display capabilities and centralized controls. It is the most advanced minimally invasive suite available, incorporating voice activation, image management solutions and the ability to add high-level connectivity.
Orlando Regional Medical Center is also proud to offer the da Vinci Robotic Surgical System. Robotic surgery is the latest advancement for minimally invasive incisions, less blood loss, and shorter recovery periods. For patients needing prostate or gynecological treatment, the da Vinci® may be an alternative to traditional surgery. Procedures performed with the da Vinci system eliminate the need for large abdominal incisions. Instead, a smaller incision is made, and a laparoscope (a thin, flexible telescope) is inserted into the abdomen to transmit images to a nearby computer screen where they are greatly enlarged for surgeons to more easily navigate. Without complications, a patient usually can be discharged within 24 hours after surgery and typically can return to regular activities within a week.
Areas of specialty include:
- Cardiovascular and Cardiothoracic Surgery
- Colon and Rectal Surgery
- Emergency Surgery
- General Surgery
- Laser Surgery
- Minimally Invasive and Laparoscopic
- Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
- Otolaryngology (Ear Nose and Throat Surgery)
- Plastic Surgery
- Surgical Oncology
- Thoracic Surgery
- Weight Loss Surgery (Bariatric)
Surgery Faculty Practice
A faculty practice offers many advantages for patients. Faculty physicians are held to the highest standards in order to qualify to teach other doctors. They are also supported by a system offering constant information on the latest research in medical care, testing and surgical techniques.
- Pre-operative consultation and work-up
- Post operative follow-up
- Minor surgical procedures (may require local anesthesia) i.e. skin biopsy, mass biopsy, incision and drainage of wounds and cyst,sigmoidoscopy, anoscopy, wound debridement, care of stasis ulcers, suture / staple removal, needle aspirations
- Dressing changes
- Coordination of tests and procedures
- Follow-up on test and procedure results
- Pre-operative instructions
- Patient education
Office Hours & Location
Monday thru Friday 8:00 to 4:30
77 West Underwood St 2nd floor
Orlando, Florida 32806
Languages offered – Spanish
Insurance Plans Accepted
- Accountable Health Plans
- Beech Street/Capp Care
- Cigna HealthCare
- Citrus Healthcare
- First Health/CCN/Coventry Healthcare-a.k.a. Southcare PPO
- GreatWest Healthcare of Florida
- MultiPlan, Inc.
- Physician United Plan
- United Healthcare of FL
Affiliations and Achievements
- Orlando Health Surgery Residency Program
- Florida State University Medical School
- University of Florida Medical School
Patient Education & FAQ's
After Burn Care
To schedule appointment for burn care after you leave the Emergency Department:
- Notify Your Doctor - If the Emergency Room doctor has seen you, you need to let your own doctor or clinic know about your burn .You should also call your insurance company to let them know of your ED visit and of your injury. All Burn patients should have follow up arranged with a Burn Surgeon.
- If you are feeling worse, such as an increase in pain, swelling or redness, call your doctor, or if no response, return to the Emergency Department!
- Continue treatment and medications as recommended by the Emergency Department until your doctor appointment.
- To make appointments with the Outpatient Burn & Surgery Practice, call 407.649.6884 between 8:00 am and 4:30 PM Monday through Fridays.
For more frequently asked questions regarding procedures, medications or diagnosis please visit Orlando Health Resources.