Lunch and Learn About Heart Valve Disease - Osceola Regional Medical Center
Osceola Regional Medical Center will host a lunch and learn to discuss the warning signs of heart valve disease, including shortness of breath, dizziness and fatigue. The lecture will be presented by Wade Fischer, MD and Hiep Nguyen, MD, cardiothoracic surgeons at the Heart and Vascular Institute at Osceola Regional Medical Center.
About Osceola Regional Medical Center
Osceola Regional Medical Center is a Joint Commission-accredited 404-bed tertiary hospital and a designated Level II Trauma Center. The hospital is a teaching hospital in collaboration with UCF College of Medicine and offers the highest level of heart and stroke care in Osceola County at the Heart and Vascular Institute and the Comprehensive Stroke Center, respectively. Other only-in-the-county services include: Pediatric Inpatient, Pediatric Intensive Care and the highest level of Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU Level III) in affiliation with Nemours Children’s Health System; Pediatric ER; Acute Inpatient Physical Rehabilitation; and Inpatient Behavioral Health. Osceola Regional Medical Center also provides robotic surgery in General Surgery, Spine, Orthopedic, Gynecological, Urology and Oncology. 24/7 emergency services include Accredited Chest Pain Center with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI), and two free-standing emergency rooms: Hunter’s Creek ER (South Orlando) and Millenia ER. In addition to the maternity program at the Baby Suites and nursery with Nemours, the hospital has outpatient services such as the Osceola Imaging and Breast Center, Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Center, Kissimmee Physical Therapy Center, Kissimmee Surgery Center and counseling center.
About HCA Healthcare’s North Florida Division – Orlando Market
HCA Healthcare is the nation’s leading provider of healthcare services that include approximately 184 hospitals and 124 freestanding surgery centers in 21 states and England. HCA Healthcare’s North Florida Division – Orlando Market includes four hospitals: Central Florida Regional Hospital (with Level II Trauma Center) in Sanford, Oviedo Medical Center, Osceola Regional Medical Center (with Level II Trauma Center) in Kissimmee and Poinciana Medical Center, as well as four freestanding ERs and multidisciplinary physician practices. It is slated to open UCF Lake Nona Medical Center late 2020.