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Level II Trauma Center

Osceola Regional Medical Center has been approved as a Level II Trauma Center by the Florida Department of Health effective July 1, 2016. Prior to approval, Osceola Regional was designated a Provisional Status Level II Trauma Center and began accepting Level II trauma patients on May 1, 2015. For trauma patients who live in Osceola and Polk counties, every second counts. Studies show the sooner patients get to a trauma center, the better their chance for survival. For their families, there are no long distances to travel into Orlando. Patients and family can stay in their community and receive the care and support they need. We’ ve always offered advanced care in our Emergency Room. Now with exceptional trauma-trained staff, the emergency response power of EMS and our partnership with USF College of Medicine, it really is time for trauma care that is close to home.

As one of the nation’ s top research universities, USF Health combines their sophisticated trauma treatment model and research center with HCA’ s highly skilled staff and advanced technology to deliver the best trauma care possible. Learn more at

If this is an emergency call 911. If you have questions or comments about trauma, please contact us.

Conditions We Treat

Trauma is a serious injury or shock to the body. It is caused by a physical force, such as accident or violence. The injury may be complicated by psychiatric, behavioral, and social factors. This can cause the disability to be greater than just physical injuries. This condition almost always requires care from skilled healthcare professionals

Some causes of trauma include:

Resulting injuries often include:

  • Chest and abdominal trauma
  • Spinal trauma
  • Extremity trauma (leg or arm)
  • Facial trauma – including eyes, ears, nose and mouth
  • Brain and head trauma
  • Neck trauma

Our Partners

Osceola Regional Medical Center would like to thank all of the emergency responders, healthcare professionals and organizations that partner with us. Because of these partnerships, Osceola Regional is now part of an elite group of trauma care facilities dedicated to the survival of our residents:

  • Osceola County Fire Rescue
  • Kissimmee Fire Department
  • St. Cloud Fire Rescue
  • Orange County Fire Rescue
  • Orlando Fire Department
  • Reedy Creek Fire Department
  • Air Methods Air Care Team
  • Polk County Fire Rescue
  • American Ambulance of Central Florida