Extra Safety Measures for Your Protection
We’re employing the following safety measures and protocols to ensure you and your loved ones feel confident, protected and safe in our facilities.
Universal Mask Use
Even in a pandemic, you can feel safe. We’re stocked with safety supplies, have no shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) and masks are required for all at our facilities.
Have peace of mind that everyone you come into contact with has their temperature checked before being allowed in. Every entrance. Every facility. Everyone entering.
Feel confident you’re doing the right thing to keep yourself and others safe. With limited visitation, new waiting room protocols and more, you can safely practice social distancing.
Take comfort knowing your safety is our priority. COVID-19-positive and symptomatic patients are carefully quarantined away from patients and visitors.
Feel relieved by the extraordinary measures being taken, including limiting the number of visitors — and making sure those allowed are screened for symptoms before being allowed to enter.
Find Help, Fast
When should you seek emergency room care? Visit the nearest emergency room if you or a loved one has:
- Chest Pain
- Persistent Diarrhea
- Head or Neck Injury
- Labored Breathing
- Numbness or Drooping (Face or Body)
- Severe Abdominal Pain
- Severe Vomiting or Vomiting Blood
- Sudden Confusion
- Uncontrolled Bleeding
- Unusual Behavior
For minor bumps, burns, sprains, strains, colds, and coughs that don't require emergency-level attention, visit one of our Centra Care Urgent Care centers all over Central Florida for quick, non-emergency care.
If this is a life-threatening emergency, please dial 911.
Any Emergency. Anytime.
Specialized Emergency Room Care
At AdventHealth Lake Mary ER, formerly Florida Hospital Lake Mary ER, our emergency room physicians, critical care nurses, chest pain experts and stroke specialists are here for you twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Rest easy knowing that if you or your loved one ever needs an emergency room in Lake Mary, you’ll be in good hands.
With some emergencies, you may need to stay longer so we can keep a close eye on your progress. The overnight observation unit at AdventHealth Lake Mary ER lets us watch, listen, and care for you closely — without moving you to another facility. You may spend up to 23 hours in the observation unit where your doctors and nurses will focus on helping you heal.
Benefits of Our Hospital Family
Being part of AdventHealth's connected network of care has important advantages. You have access to the same high level of care offered at other AdventHealth hospitals. And if you do need further treatment, we can quickly transport you to nearby AdventHealth Altamonte Springs. You’re surrounded by a greater system of skilled experts practicing efficient, reliable and Christ-centered care.
Hopefully, your trip to the emergency room will be the only medical attention you'll need for a while. If your injury or condition requires further treatment, however, our care navigators will help connect you with follow-up care wherever you live. As part of our mission to provide whole-person care, we're here to not only heal your body. We want to help ease your mind and minister to your spirit, as well.
There When You Need It
You’re more than your illness or injury. You have emotions, ambitions, and loved ones who care. We’ll be with you and your family every step of the way to your recovery. If that path leads to being admitted, you’ll find all the services you need in one connected system:
- General and Robotic Surgery
- Neuro and Spine
- Women's Health
Emergency Care Nearby
A hospital department of AdventHealth Orlando
Formerly known as Florida Hospital Lake Mary ER