Who We Are
Our Mission is to provide caring and professional medical services and health education to the Ocean Reef Community.

Our Vision is to optimize access to quality, on-site healthcare. We will minimize the need to leave Ocean Reef for non-life-threatening medical services through the following initiatives:

  • Maintaining competent medical staffing sufficient to provide timely and efficient care,
  • Providing visiting medical personnel in needed specialties,
  • Providing a Private Medicine program, and
  • Providing community health education.
When off-site medical care is required, we will:
  • Facilitate and add value to the off-site medical services, and
  • Provide collaboration and partnership with leading specialty providers.

 

 

Put your mind at ease. MCOR is ACR Accredited.
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We're also Florida's first SERF-certified healthcare facility.

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MCOR News

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Fast, First-Rate Care for Stroke Patients
When stroke patients require a higher level of care, the Medical Center is readier than ever – thanks to state-of-the-art coordination with South Florida's only certified Comprehensive Stroke Center.
Ladies: Follow Your Heart!
It’s Ladies Night Out at the Medical Center! Join us Wednesday, Jan. 28, when Dr. Abbe Rosenbaum will be presenting all you need to know about cardiovascular disease in women.
Medical Lecture Series: The Global Burden of Mental Illness
Join us for our first presentation in this season's Lecture Series at 5 p.m. Tuesday, January 13, at the Cultural Center Theatre. Dr. Paul E. Keck will present “The Global Burden of Mental Illness” and the effect it has on public health and treatment advances over the past 30 years. He will be focusing on depression and bipolar disorder as examples of exciting advances in genetics and treatment research.
Emerging Diseases: What You Need to Know
The past decade has seen the emergence of several novel viruses and tropical diseases that have taken hold in the United States. If you experience any unusual symptoms after you travel, tell your physician where you have traveled in the event you have been exposed to a travel-related disease.
Understanding Influenza
Annual immunization against influenza is the best way to reduce the risk of getting or spreading the flu. It's not too late to get your flu shot, and it’s available at The Medical Center.
 

2015 Medical Center Lecture Series

The 2015 season is under way! Click here for details about the next lecture and general information about the Lecture Series.




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 Life-Threatening Emergencies: Call 911
After-hours medical care:
Call 305-367-2600 and press option 1

 

Office Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m Saturday

For your convenience, the Laboratory opens at 7:30 a.m. Monday through Friday during the months of November through May.

Off-Season (June 1 to September 30):
Center closes at 4 p.m., Monday-Saturday
Physical Therapy hours 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday

The Medical Center at Ocean Reef is a grateful recipient of the generosity provided by All Charities Gala. The All Charities Gala was established to enhance philanthropy throughout the Ocean Reef Community. To learn more, click on the logo above.


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