Orlando Health made it official on Tuesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony for its newest 12,000 sq. ft. free-standing Orlando Health Emergency Room – Reunion Village, located at the Four Corners area near the I-4 corridor at 8011 Osceola – Polk Line Road in Davenport near Reunion and ChampionsGate.
It’s Orlando Health’s seventh free-standing ER Central Florida since 2018 and has 11 treatment rooms, X-ray and CT scanning and is staffed with board-certified emergency room physicians, registered nurses and other clinicians.
“If you come to this free-standing emergency department with a situation that requires a hospital stay, to best meet your needs we will admit you to the new Orlando Health Horizon West Hospital which is a short 15-minute drive up the 429 from us,” said Brian Wetzl, vice president of Orlando Health.
In attendance at the ribbon cutting were Orlando Health CEO David Strong, Horizon West Hospital President Brian Wetzel, and Osceola County Commissioner Peggy Choudhry.
The free-standing ER at Reunion Village will officially open to patients on May 2.