Baldwin Park ER, a department of Oviedo Medical Center, has opened its doors to the public. The $9.7 million, 10,358-sq.-ft., the freestanding emergency department is expected to serve more than 10,000 residents in Orange County and surrounding areas each year.
Employing 40 staff members and four emergency medical physicians, the ER operates as a full-service emergency room providing 24/7 emergency care 365 days a year for both pediatric and adult patients. All nurses at the facility are certified in advanced cardiac life support and pediatric advanced life support, including Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS).
The new facility offers comprehensive emergency services, including a dedicated trauma room, full hospital lab, 12 private patient care rooms, and diagnostic imaging services such as X-ray, CT scan and ultrasound.
“We thank the Winter Park and Orange County communities for their support in helping us bring high-quality, convenient emergency services to the area,” said KC Donahey, CEO of Oviedo Medical Center. “This facility will help provide faster and more effective emergency care to thousands of residents in the surrounding area.”
Baldwin Park ER is located at the corner of Hanging Moss and N. Semoran Blvd. This location allows for easy access to major roadways, including S.R. 408. For more information, visit www.baldwinparkER.com.
Oviedo Medical Center, the 64-bed acute care hospital, provides a full range of healthcare services to east Seminole County and surrounding communities. Services include medical and surgical inpatient units, intensive care, medical cardiology, telemetry, cardiac catheterization, inpatient and outpatient surgery, women’s services including labor and delivery, cardiopulmonary services, comprehensive diagnostic imaging and 24/7 emergency care. Oviedo Medical Center is designed with the patient in mind – providing personalized care, all private rooms and the newest medical technology available. Oviedo Medical Center is located at the intersection of Red Bug Lake Road and State Road 426, adjacent to State Road 417 (Central Florida GreeneWay).