Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center Announces New Freestanding ER for Four Corners Community
DAVENPORT, FL (March 28, 2017) – Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center has purchased land on the northwest corner of US 192 and CR 545 for a freestanding emergency department. The ER will serve the communities of the Four Corners area of Osceola, Orange, Polk, and Lake Counties.
A freestanding ER offers a convenient, local healthcare access point to the region. “Heart of Florida has served the Four Corners community for several years. We are pleased to expand services to Four Corners with a freestanding emergency department to better serve the healthcare needs of residents choosing to live and visit this growing area,” said Ann Barnhart, CEO of Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center.
The Four Corners ER will feature around-the-clock emergency care, on-site radiology and laboratory services, board certified emergency physicians and the skilled clinical staff of Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center.
As an extension of Heart of Florida, the ER at Four Corners will also be part of a fully-integrated system to support patients needing care beyond an emergency room visit. The freestanding ER is projected to open in early 2018.
About Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center
Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, a 193-bed acute care facility located in Davenport, Fla., believes in providing quality, compassionate health care to the communities it serves. Heart of Florida is an accredited hospital by the Joint Commission and an accredited Chest Pain Center by the Society for Cardiovascular Patient Care. These distinctions mean that Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center puts quality health care front and center. To learn more about inpatient or outpatient services, community education, or to find a physician, call (866) 997-DOCS. Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center is owned in part by physicians.