The Orlando Health network includes physician practices for virtually every medical need you may have. Learn more about the specific services at Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital below.
If you or a loved one is recovering from a serious injury, illness or surgery that requires advanced 24-hour monitoring and intensive treatment, Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU) has specially trained medical teams, and advanced equipment and technology to provide the critical care and support that’s essential. Our multidisciplinary approach includes consultations with dietary, pharmacy, physical therapy, respiratory therapy and social services, when appropriate, to meet our patients’ needs.
Dermatologists are specially trained to diagnose, treat and manage disorders of the skin, hair and nails that can cause discomfort, alter appearances or signal more serious health conditions. Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital’s team of dermatologists, physician assistants, specialized nurses and other clinicians provides the latest medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology options to address a wide range of disorders including cancer, immune issues and acne. Our advanced treatment options include:
Diabetes affects how your body turns food into energy. People with diabetes can be at greater risk for other serious health conditions such as heart disease, stroke and chronic kidney disease. Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital is dedicated to improving the health and quality of life of those living with diabetes. Our doctors, nurse educators, dietitians and other diabetes care professionals can help you manage diabetes, prediabetes, gestational diabetes, hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia. Available services include personalized assessments, blood-sugar testing, education and nutritional counseling, support groups, insulin-pump training and wound care.
With many modalities accredited by the American College of Radiology, diagnostic imaging services at Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital serve as a vital component of both inpatient and outpatient care. Same-day outpatient appointments are available for most tests through our one-call scheduling line at (321) 841-5274. With our advanced technology and highly trained team, we are able to perform and interpret a wide range of imaging tests, including:
A colonoscopy is an internal examination of the colon (large intestine) and rectum, using a thin, flexible tube with a camera called a colonoscope. The doctor uses a video monitor to look for abnormalities such as ulcers, polyps, tumors, or areas of inflammation or bleeding. If any irregularities are found, they can be biopsied or removed.
This outpatient exam is often used to screen for colon cancer or to evaluate symptoms such as abdominal pain, change in bowel habits or unexplained weight loss, among other symptoms. It can be completed in less than an hour and is performed under mild sedation to relieve any discomfort.
Colonoscopy can also be used to treat certain diseases, including removal of polyps, widening narrowed areas or blockages, or addressing bleeding from diverticula or lesions. Specialized procedures, such as laser surgery or cauterizing techniques, may also be performed during a colonoscopy.
To successfully manage ear, nose and throat (ENT) conditions, you need to take a multidisciplinary approach. And that’s what the ENT specialists provide at Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital. Advanced technologies enable our specialists to customize treatment options for children and adults that manage earaches, infections and sinus conditions, throat and voice conditions, cancers, and complex head and neck problems that affect hearing, balance, taste and speech. Our ENT physicians work closely with audiologists, neurologists and other specialists and are trained to medically or surgically manage all aspects of your treatment — whether your condition is minor or complex.
The recently expanded Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital Emergency Room (ER) serves nearly 24,000 patients a year, with wait times less than half that of the national average. Our specially trained emergency medicine team provides treatment for minor to 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.
If you or someone you know is experiencing an emergency, call 911.
Endocrine hormones control many of the body’s vital functions, including metabolism (how your body converts food to energy), mood, growth and development. When glands that produce endocrine hormones do not work properly, your body may respond through a wide variety of conditions that include bone diseases, diabetes, thyroid disorders, pituitary disorders, adrenal disorders and problems with male and female hormones. Warning signs of endocrine system problems may include excessive thirst, frequent urination, abdominal pain, unusual weight gain or loss and growth irregularities. The endocrinology specialists at Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital can help by evaluating, diagnosing and managing endocrine conditions and their causes.
Vision problems from diseases, abnormalities or injuries can greatly affect your quality of life. Let Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital’s ophthalmologists preserve, improve or manage your eye health. Our physicians specialize in the medical and surgical treatment of eye disorders, eye muscle exercises (orthoptics), and the prevention of blindness and care of the blind. We diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions including astigmatism, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, near and farsightedness, glaucoma, macular degeneration and presbyopia.
Geriatric care physicians are primary care doctors who are specially trained in the aging process. Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital’s geriatric care doctors take a multidisciplinary approach to addressing the special health needs of older adults through preventive care, screenings, treatment and proactive health education designed to enrich and improve quality of life. Our geriatric care programs include evaluations for memory disorders, driving ability, hearing loss and balance problems, and specialized care for serious health concerns such as pain, falls, memory loss, incontinence and medication side effects.
The heart care physicians at Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital focus on preventing and treating disorders of the heart and circulatory system that can lead to heart attack, stroke and other serious conditions. As a Chest Pain Center accredited by the American College of Cardiology, Orlando Health St. Cloud offers a protocol-driven approach that reduces time-to-treatment during the critical first stages of a heart attack, as well as comprehensive post-discharge care, specialist recommendations and assistance in patient lifestyle changes. Our heart care services include:
Whether transmitted through bug bites, person-to-person contact or handling contaminated food, infectious diseases are a result of your body’s exposure to bacteria, viruses and other organisms. Our multidisciplinary team of infectious disease doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other clinicians provides treatment for conditions including flu, hepatitis, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), Lyme disease, transplant-related infections, travel-related infections and tuberculosis (TB). As a part of Orlando Health, a leader in the Central Florida community in epidemiology and infection control and prevention, our team is specially trained to treat infectious diseases using the latest diagnostics, antibiotics, antivirals and other medications, as well as preventive vaccinations and immunizations.
Nephrology is a medical specialty that deals with kidney function and diseases. Treatment advances have made many kidney diseases manageable when they are diagnosed early. The nephrology specialists at Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital diagnose and treat a wide range of kidney and urological disorders, including kidney, fluid and electrolyte disorders, hypertension care and management, and kidney stones. We also provide dialysis services like acute dialysis, pre-dialysis education and dietary instruction, as well as preventive care and nutrition counseling.
Laboratory services are an integral part of Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital. Our lab offers a wide range of services in both the inpatient and outpatient setting, providing quick and accurate results to aid our healthcare teams with diagnostic and treatment options. The lab at Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission, the gold standard in laboratory accreditation, and our professional team is dedicated to ensuring excellence in service and patient care.
Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital’s multidisciplinary team of neurologists, neurosurgeons and collaborative care clinicians specializes in advanced treatment procedures and techniques for disorders that affect the body’s nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord and nerves. We provide comprehensive inpatient and outpatient care for conditions that range from headaches and sleep disorders to stroke, seizures and multiple sclerosis. Our care plans use the latest minimally invasive surgical procedures, technologies, therapies, rehabilitation programs and medications. Advanced treatment options include:
Nutritional counseling is essential for anyone interested in learning how to live a healthier life, meet special dietary requirements and manage or lower the risk of disease. Let the registered dietitians at Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital help. Our dietary experts can provide nutrition education for weight control, diabetes management, cholesterol control and pregnancy, and help you modify behaviors to develop healthier eating habits. To help prepare you for success, Orlando Health St. Cloud offers private consultations, personalized goal setting, customized nutritional plans and hands-on tips for meal planning and preparation.
At Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital, our highly trained team of nurses, therapists and other clinicians care for patients with injuries or problems affecting bones and muscles, including arthritis, back and neck pain, broken bones, joint replacements and sports injuries. Our on-site physical therapists help patients begin their recovery journey while they are here in the hospital and beyond. We also offer a “Joint Academy” for patients undergoing joint replacement surgery to make sure they know what to expect before, during and after surgery.
Palliative care focuses on the comfort and quality of life for patients in the final stages of a terminal illness. Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital’s multidisciplinary palliative care team includes doctors, nurses, therapists, pharmacists, nutritionists, chaplains and other caring professionals specially trained to provide compassionate and comforting medical, emotional and spiritual support during this difficult time. Our clinicians are here to manage physical symptoms, provide information on illness progression and what to expect, help overcome concerns, and establish individual care plans and goals that ensure the patient’s comfort and dignity.
Pharmacy is about more than dispensing a prescription. It’s about ensuring the safest and most effective use of prescribed medications to treat illness and injury. Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital’s onsite pharmacists and pharmacy technicians work closely with your prescribing doctors and caregivers to support your medication needs. Our licensed pharmacy team is trained to dispense prescribed medications, review prescriptions for accuracy, check for potential drug interactions, provide counseling on their appropriate use and address questions or concerns — all to help you achieve the best possible outcomes from your medicines.
A primary care physician (PCP) is a doctor who practices general medicine and helps coordinate all your healthcare — from routine care to hospitalizations. The PCPs at Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital are your first stop for getting checkups, screenings, non-emergency illness and injury care, and specialist referrals. While PCPs treat a wide range of illnesses and injuries, they also work closely with specialists to arrange care for more complex conditions. Types of PCPs include:
Progressive care treatment is designed for patients with less-critical conditions who do not need intensive care but require continuous monitoring and treatment. Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital's multidisciplinary team of doctors, ICU-qualified nurses and other specialized healthcare professionals provide 24-hour care and monitoring for patients who transition from the intensive care as their conditions improve, as well as those with an acute or chronic illness.
Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital’s team of licensed therapists delivers individualized, one-on-one care to treat a wide range of diagnoses and health problems for patients school-age and up. Whether aiding in recovery from a surgical procedure or improving quality of life for those with neurological, chronic or other disorders, we provide physical, occupational and speech therapy programs that target the specific needs of each patient. In addition to our on-site therapy team for hospital patients, we offer a well-equipped outpatient center, conveniently located inside the new Orlando Health Medical Pavilion - St. Cloud, 1330 Budinger Ave.
Your lungs move air in and out of your body to ensure that your body's systems function properly. But if you have a lung disease, breathing can become difficult or painful. Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital’s interdisciplinary team of pulmonology doctors, cardiologists, interventional radiologists, surgeons and other respiratory specialists can help. We diagnose and treat lung conditions, including asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, lung cancer, pneumonia, pulmonary embolisms, hypertension and sleep apnea. Our inpatient and outpatient diagnostic, preventive and breathing treatment services include:
Rheumatic disease is a condition that affects your musculoskeletal system and organs. Whether autoimmune or inflammatory, rheumatic disease can disrupt your life by causing inflammation, swelling and pain in your joints and muscles. The most common rheumatic disease is arthritis. Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital’s multidisciplinary rheumatology team of doctors, nurses and nurse practitioners, orthopedic surgeons, pain management specialists and therapists can help you regain your active life. We diagnose and provide advanced medical, surgical and therapeutic treatments for these rheumatic conditions:
Strokes happen suddenly. It’s important to know the signs and call 911 if you suspect a stroke. As a designated Primary Stroke Center, Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital stands ready to provide the stroke-specialized care you or a loved one need. The hospital meets advanced certification standards through state and national healthcare-accreditation organizations.
Having Primary Stroke Center certification means Orlando Health St. Cloud meets strict standards associated with best practices and successful outcomes. Primary Stroke Centers stabilize patients and give emergency treatments such as clot-busting therapy. Trusted national organizations such as The Joint Commission and the American Stroke Association (ASA) qualify certain hospitals to provide a more advanced level of care.
Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital offers comprehensive surgical services, ranging from routine to complex procedures that treat a wide variety of needs. Our expert surgical teams perform procedures in many general and specialty disciplines, including urology; female reproductive laparoscopy; breast, colon and rectal oncology; orthopedics; thyroid and parathyroid; vascular; and ophthalmology.
A urologist is a doctor who treats urinary tract diseases in men and women, and conditions involving the male reproductive organs. The urologists at Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital are specially trained to diagnose and treat a wide range of problems, including bladder conditions, kidney stones, incontinence, infertility, erectile dysfunction, prostate issues and cancers. If surgery is necessary, our surgeons specialize in progressive surgical techniques to treat your condition as quickly and effectively as possible.
Women have unique health concerns and often forgo care as they prioritize the health and wellness of family members and loved ones. Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital makes it possible for women to take charge of their own health. Our multidisciplinary team of women’s health specialists provides a comprehensive array of services for all ages and stages of a woman’s life. These services include preventive screenings like mammography, wellness programs, maternity care, minimally invasive procedures and rehabilitation services. Orlando Health St. Cloud is accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR) in mammography services, which represents the highest level of image quality and patient safety.
The Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Center at Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital provides customized treatment for chronic or non-healing wounds, for which conventional treatment has been unsuccessful. These types of wounds can result in severe health problems, including life-threatening infections and amputation. Our center offers hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBO) combined with inclusive on-site wound care. HBO therapy is used to treat a variety of wounds and infections by improving the body’s immune system and advancing the healing response. The HBO chamber provides 100 percent oxygen in a comfortable healing environment, allowing tissue to restore from the inside out.