Osceola Regional Medical Center is a 404-bed hospital, located in Kissimmee, Florida offering a range of clinical services. Osceola Regional Medical Center is dedicated to shaping the future of healthcare in our culturally diverse community. We are committed to continually enhancing the standard of healthcare and wellness through safe, accessible, consistent, and compassionate care.
The Emergency Department has undergone a recent refurbishment and has 36 main ED beds. There are approx. 80,000 patient visits per year including approx. 18,000 pediatric visits. The entire unit is networked to a sophisticated central monitoring and lifesaving system (LifeNet Bluetooth Technology) in sync with local EMS responders. There are separate entrances for ambulances and walk-in patients. A medical screening triage system quickly assesses the needs of each patient upon arrival and directs patients requiring urgent and non-urgent care to the appropriate Rapid Treatment area.
Osceola Regional is a Level II Trauma center, since May 2016.
There is a dedicated Pediatric Emergency Department with 10 beds. The Pediatric ED staffs board certified pediatric ER doctors and specialty trained nurses in pediatric emergency care and pediatric advanced life support. It also features a separate pediatric area and treatment room, minimization of pain via utilization of a variety of numbing agents and diversionary techniques and Broselow™ Pediatric System to ensure quick, safe and proper dosing and administration of drugs.
Osceola Regional is a Behavioral Health Receiving facility and within the Emergency Department there is a 6 bed Behavioral Intake facility. The adult inpatient center offers a multidisciplinary approach providing compassionate psychiatric and mental health care in a safe, private and healing environment.
There is 24 hour OBGYN coverage and an onsite Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Known for its Cardiac and Vascular Institute, Osceola Regional is a Certified Chest Pain Center with 24 hour PCI. Osceola Regional is also a Comprehensive Stroke Center, accredited by the AHCA.
The hospital’s oncology program has received accreditation by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer with commendations and Joint Commission disease specific certification in breast, colorectal and lung cancer.
The Joint Commission has also recognized Osceola Regional as a top performer in key quality measures for the past 2 years and in 2014 Leapfrog Hospital Safety gave Osceola Regional an ‘A ‘grade rating.
Osceola Regional is a teaching hospital with residencies also in Internal Medicine, OBGYN, Neurology, General Surgery, Psychiatry, Anesthesia, and a Transitional year.