ER Wait Times in Osceola County Hospitals

Average wait times at hospital in Osceola County show the time patients can expect to spend. Actual wait times will depend on many factors, such as severity of the injury, time of day, and staffing. Patients are quickly evaluated as part of a triage process, so the most severe cases can be treated first. Depending on the hospital, this initial wait can run from a few minutes to over an hour. The times below also include wait times for initial treatment, since there can be many delays after the triage process. Choose an ER with a shorter wait time to get seen more quickly.

HospitalCity
Total Wait Times
Osceola Regional Medical CenterKissimmee 1h 20m
St Cloud Regional Medical CenterSaint Cloud 3h 38m

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These are the average time from entering the ER to being admitted to the hospital by a doctor. In a busy ER, patients will be seen by a triage nurse first. Then the wait time will vary by severity, and how busy the ER is at the time of day. Patients with less serious problems could have substantially longer waits.

There is a 138 minute wait difference between the fastest ER in Osceola and the slowest.


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Apr 14, 2016, 2:11 PM
: "Excellent! Admitted right away, very clean, staff was really nice to us and very good treatment. The pillow was excellent for sensory issues. I recommend Palm Bay hospital, it is A+++++" - Theresa

Mar 09, 2016, 6:20 PM
Blake Medical Center: "Please stay as far away from Blake Medical Center as possible." - Janet

Feb 23, 2016, 1:19 PM
Palm Bay Hospital: "The ER doctor diagnosed my sister with pneumonia but when she said she can't afford the medication the doctor pretty much said tough luck. The same doctor said the numbness in my hand was do to a pinched nerve in my elbow and sent me home with no tests done at all. Turns out I have a neck injury and need surgery. They don't take the time to properly care for patients. The physicians assistants name is Stephanie." - Mallory

Jan 30, 2016, 9:28 AM
Palms Of Pasadena Hospital: "BEWARE OF UNETHICAL BILLING PRACTICES!\r\nI am a Registered Nurse of 19 years. I work for the Federal Government taking care of our Nations Heros. I was admitted for an infection in my knee. I was placed in a room and received treatment for 6 days as an inpatient. After discharge I was given a bill for $10,000 for a private room that Blue Cross Blue Shield would not cover. I was NEVER informed of any additional charge, I NEVER requested a private room, I NEVER signed anything approving this additional charge nor EVER made aware of it. To add insult to injury, they ONLY had private rooms available. Furthermore, due to my resistant infection, a private room would have been medically necessary. I will NEVER go to this hospital again, nor will they get $10, 000 out of me. They threatened ruin my credit which I have worked very hard to restore after a divorce. " - Scott

Dec 25, 2015, 9:28 PM
West Florida Hospital: "West Florida ER Pensacola,don't go unless want to die. Venomous snakebite,sent away no treatment, almost died due to their stupid nitwits . Falsifying medical records to cover atrocious behavior " - bob

Dec 24, 2015, 5:46 AM
Aventura Hospital And Medical Center: "last week december 20 2015 i was with a freind in emergency room from 9.30 am to 7 pm for cp . the pt was seen immediatly per tech and a nurse was place on monitor and oxygen and seen per a PA. time pass the nurse for this pt came around 1.30 minute later wrote her name on the bord and wrote the name of the charge rn and did not look at the pt and left . we never see the nurse after . I am a er nurse i worke for hca and i still working for a other facility . the nurse never came back to see the pt never took the bp on the pt i did never offer anything to the pt and ask him if he was ok .the monitor was on but the bp monitor was not attach to the monitor she never new the bp on is pt the pt came in er that morning with bp elevated . the only person came to see the pt was Sarah Rojas the volonter . she feed him and give him a pillow and media . pt was admit around 2 pm we never had any result and the PA JOELLE never give the result to the pt . i have to request the result . i don know but i dont treat my pt that way i am a er nurse and i go to see my pt all the time they get all the result and i take v/s every 2 hr and more . this is very poor care i will not sent pt to your hospital if i am not with them . poor care and poor communication . the floor took care of my freind much better and cvl was better . the md cardiologist was perfect . \r\n" - helene

Dec 19, 2015, 2:00 PM
Mease Countryside Hospital: "I was brought by ambulance to Mease Countryside ER. I suffer from an anxiety/depression disorder that most times is controlled by medication. I became very ill and weak and had tremors so bad I couldn't dial my cell phone. I used my landline to call 911. The EMT's were very efficient and recognized my distress right away. I got to the ER and a nurse took some blood for testing. Then another nurse came in and discussed my condition. After about an hour the Doctor came in, talked to me for five minutes and left never to be seen again. A nurse came in about 45 minutes later and gave me a 1mg injection of Ativan. After a period of time she came back with my discharge papers! The first injection did nothing and I was still suffering. After I complained that I wasn't any better than when I first arrived she went away. About 10 minutes later she came back with another 1mg injection of ativan and my discharge papers. I hadn't improved at all and here I was being sent home without any further treatment even though I still felt terrible. I complained to the nurse again and all she would do is keep shoving the discharge papers in my face. I realized that the ER was done with me and no matter what my symptoms sent me home.\r\nI will never use Mease Countryside ER again. They were so uncaring and so uneducated about my condition. I left the ER feeling almost like I first felt after arriving by ambulance.\r\nI start with a new physician soon as my insurance has changed. She is registered at Mease Countryside. I am not looking forward to ever spending a minute there again. They are so "busy" with patients I felt like cattle. I hope this gets posted somewhere that they can see this complaint. I know it won't do much good but at least in other ERs I have had to go to over a 15 year period, they are the worst I have ever had to use." - Timothy

Nov 29, 2015, 9:04 AM
St Joseph's Hospital: "St Joe's South was the best hospital I have ever been to. They saved my life after two extremely complicated surgeries and sepsis/SIRS. If the staff wasn't so attentive I would be dead not to be dramatic but it's true. Nurses there actually cared and the Doctors. They gave their personal numbers and stayed in touch while I was on life support and stayed positive even though the death rate for my diagnosis is 72%. I am extremely grateful and if I ever fall ill again I won't go anywhere but St Josephs South." - Amy

Nov 22, 2015, 4:09 AM
Jackson Memorial Hospital: "Jackson is bankrupt because no-one pays. Patients abuse the system. They are barely open financially. The staff there are the best in the world but will not tolerate getting screwed anymore. " - andrei

Nov 18, 2015, 9:43 PM
Jackson Hospital: "Took cousin to er at Jackson, Marianna Fl in congestive heart failure. She was given meds and sent home. We took her to another hospital for better care and they admitted her. Whats with Jackson hospital, rumor is, they wont admit!!! Dont they even want the money?????" - Freida



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