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Wound Care Clinics and Ostomy Nurses

OAGO does not offer medical advice. If you are having a medical problem always call your physician or surgeon first!

The majority of stoma-related issues are taken care of by specialized ostomy nurses or wound care clinics. Generally, if a patient has an issue of concern, within for the first six months of surgery, he or she should try to make an appointment at the clinic associated with the hospital that treated them. Most stoma clinics and nurses will still require a doctor’s referral.  We are extremely fortunate to have not one, but two ostomy/wound care clinics in the Orlando Area. We also have a mobile unit that is tremendously helpful for elderly, bedridden, or wheelchair-bound patients. Their primary phone numbers are listed below.

Florida Hospital (South)
Outpatient Ostomy Clinic

601 East Rollins Street
Orlando, Florida 32803

407-609-3341

Orlando Health Wound Center
/Ostomy Clinic

55 West Gore Street
Orlando 32806

321-841-5469

Central Florida Wound
and Skin Consultants

  (Mobile Unit)

407-359-6426

407-421-6265

 

*WE DO NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE; WE DO SHARE INFORMATION AND EXPERIENCE!

uoaa logoThe Ostomy Association of Greater Orlando, Inc. is an IRS 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit corporation with “umbrella” status under our parent company, United Ostomy Associations of America, Inc. We are an all -volunteer support group dedicated to assisting people who have or will have intestinal or urinary tract diversions.