Severe abdominal pain, broken bones, stroke, or heart attack. When the unexpected happens, you need a team you can depend on for safe, skilled, and compassionate healing. That’s where we come in. At AdventHealth Daytona Beach, formerly Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, our emergency room is here seven days a week, 24 hours a day, ready to help provide healing and relief in an emergency.
As a designated Primary Stroke Center and Accredited Chest Pain Center, you can rely on us to give fast, expert care in case of a stroke or heart attack. With highly trained physicians, nurses, and neurosurgeons on call 24/7 to serve Volusia County, we’ll provide highly specialized care. And with a separate pediatric Emergency Room, you can be sure we’ll do everything in our power to make your child comfortable and healthy. If your condition is less severe, but you still need the caring support of medical experts, visit one of our local CentraCare urgent care centers in the Daytona Beach area. When you need it most, you’ll find whole-person support here in our network of care.
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- Expert Emergency Care When You Need It Most
Urgent Care or ER: How to Identify an Emergency
In an emergency, feeling shaky and uncertain is natural. When you’re dealing with sudden pain or trauma, it can be hard to think clearly. Luckily, help isn’t far away.
If you experience symptoms of a life-threatening medical condition, like chest pain, difficulty breathing, severe bleeding, or weakness on one side of the body, call 911 without hesitation to be taken to the closest emergency room. Common emergency conditions include (but are not limited to):
- Complicated Fractures
- Deep Wounds
- Extreme Difficulty Breathing
- Major Head Injury
- Severe Allergic Reactions
- Severe Burns
- Suspected Heart Attack
- Suspected Stroke
- Vomiting or Coughing Up Blood
Delivering expert, supportive care throughout the Daytona Beach area, we’re close by and always ready to step in. Whatever your emergency, you can trust we have a plan to help.
What to Expect When You Visit the ER
We know you have a lot of questions. We’ll answer each and every one of them as best we can, because we want you to feel confident in the care you receive. We’ll have a few questions of our own as well. First, we’ll ask for basic information like your medical history and the reason for your visit. Then, after we take your vital signs, our specialized care team will decide on the best way to care for you.
Using a process called triage, we carefully prioritize your care. In certain cases, this might mean treating a later-arriving patient who is experiencing a heart attack or stroke before someone with a less serious condition. In emergency situations, every second counts, so count on us for speedy specialized care. We are always striving to keep emergency room wait times as short as possible, so you can get the help you need in a timely manner.
To help minimize your stress in case of a medical emergency, you may want to consider keeping certain information with you at all times, perhaps on a card kept in your wallet or purse. Helpful information to put on the card includes:
- Contact Info of Your Primary Care Physician
- List of Medications
- Drug Allergies
- Advance Directives (like power of attorney, health care proxy, or do-not-resuscitate orders)
The more we know, the more safely and quickly we can treat you. For more information or to take one of our heart health risk assessment quizzes, visit here.
- Urgent Care for Urgent Needs
When you need care for minor injuries and illnesses, but can’t get to your regular doctor, our local CentraCare urgent care centers in the Daytona Beach area are here to serve you. With a dedicated team of experts and the latest imaging technology, it's our goal to deliver faster, safer healing and whole-person support.
Our CentraCare urgent care centers allow you to get the care you need for minor ailments, including:
- Allergic Reactions and Hives
- Cold, Flu, and Common Illnesses
- Headaches and Migraines
- Disease Management
- Minor Cuts (Onsite Stitches Available)
- Sprains, Strains, and Fractures
- Stomach and Digestive Conditions
Your care comes first. At our CentraCare urgent care centers, you never need an appointment and we accept most major insurance plans, so you don’t have to worry about your care leading to financial stress. Part of our commitment to your whole-person wellness is helping you prevent future health concerns. That’s why we offer flu shots, X-rays, EKGs, and physical exams. We’re here to help you be proactive about your wellness.
- Video Visits: World-Class Care With Just One Click
When you’re not feeling your best, it can be hard to get out of bed to go to the doctor. With our Video Visit services, you don’t have to. Visit one of our doctors or nurse practitioners virtually on your smartphone, tablet, or computer and receive the expert advice and support you need. Video Visit services can help you move beyond a range of minor illness and injuries, including:
- Conjunctivitis/Pink Eye
- Cough, Colds, Bronchitis, and Flu
- Lower Back Pain
- Seasonal Allergies
- Sinus and Upper Respiratory Infections
- Skin Conditions
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 am to 8 pm | Saturday and Sunday, 8 am to 5 pm. No appointment needed.
How It Works
- Download the app on iTunes or GooglePlay.
- Create an account.
- Tap the "Request Visit" link in your app and get started.
The care you need is just a click away. Get started today.
- After Your ER, Urgent Care, or Video Visit
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.
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