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.

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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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Bioidentical Hormones and Hormone Replacement Therapy

The long-term World Health Initiative brought new light to the subject of hormone replacement therapy. Bioidentical hormones are increasing in popularity as a result.

Flu Season: The Peak is Here

The peak of flu season begins in December and goes through February. It’s important to know how the flu can be transmitted and how it can affect adults and children differently.

Dermatologist Dr. Deborah Longwill joins Visiting Specialists

The Medical Center welcomes new Visiting Specialist Dr. Deborah Longwill, a dermatologist who has served the South Florida community for more than 25 years and has spearheaded several advances in her field.

Lung Cancer Awareness Month: Screenings Available

The United States Preventative Services Task Force has begun recommending annual CT lung cancer screenings for high-risk patients. The Medical Center offers these screenings.

Making Decisions in a Medical Emergency

When in doubt whether chest pain or dizziness is an emergency, it’s easy to become confused about what to do or who to call. It’s important to refrain from self-diagnosing or interpreting a potentially serious symptom by thinking, “I’ll just wait and see what happens.” Driving yourself or someone else to the Medical Center can waste precious treatment time and create a dangerous driving situation.

Join Us for the 2018 Lecture Series

Want to find out how to preserve your vision? Learn the secrets of wine and chocolate? Or discover how marijuana's status is changing in society? Learn the answers to these topics and more at the 2018 Lecture Series. The Medical Center hosts a series of informative and entertaining lectures by leading members of the healthcare community during the winter and spring of each season. To read about this season's lectures, click here or call 305-367-2600. We look forward to seeing you this season!

Watch "Processed Food: An Experiment that Failed"

Dr. Robert LustigThe Medical Center was proud to welcome renowned Neuroendocrinologist and Pediatric Professor Dr. Robert Lustig to its 2017 Lecture Series. Dr. Lustig's lecture, entitled "Processed Food: An Experiment that Failed," was a highly informative and entertaining look at what's happened to the American diet over the last 50 years. Watch Dr. Lustig draw correlations between American eating habits and chronic diseases like obesity and Type-2 Diabetes by clicking here or on his photo at left. For more information about Dr. Lustig's lecture and his background, click here.

A New and Improved Medical Center!

Expansion Project ribbon-cutting ceremonyThe Medical Center at Ocean Reef held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Jan. 9, 2017, to mark the beginning of a new era in its history: The completion of a year-long, $6.5 million renovation and expansion project that greatly expanded the Center's treatment and technological capabilities. To read more about the project and view a timeline of photos as work progressed, please visit the MCOR Expansion Project page.

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 If You Have an Emergency, Call 911

Life-Threatening Emergencies: Call 911
After-hours medical care:
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Office Hours In-Season (October 1 to May 31)
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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Visit our Premier Sponsor

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Are those little aches becoming a pain in the neck? Click here to learn about our Physical Therapy department.


 

The Medical Center at Ocean Reef
50 Barracuda Lane
Key Largo, FL  33037

Main Phone: 305-367-2600
Fax Number: 305-367-4573
General email: admin@mcor.org