The Medical Center

Providing caring and professional medical services and health education to the Ocean Reef Community.

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is to provide caring and professional medical services and health education to the Ocean Reef Community.



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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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.

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

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

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

Annual Blood Drive, March 27-28: Who Will Win This Year?

The eighth-annual Sportsman’s Donor Club Challenge Blood Drive will be held Wednesday and Thursday, March 27 and 28, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day at the Medical Center. The Challenge consists of 17 organizations and clubs within Ocean Reef Club and the Key Largo Angler’s Club. Each blood donor is asked to designate…
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Bottoms Up! March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

No one likes the idea of colonoscopies. The preparation, the fasting … that “oh no, my morning coffee” thought! But consider this: excluding skin cancers, colon cancer is the third most-diagnosed cancer in the United States. It’s very curable when caught early. And March is a good time to remind yourself that it’s time to…
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Lecture Series: Treating “Untreatable” Cancer with Uniquely Personalized Gene Therapy

Learn how modern medical technology is learning to treat “untreatable” cancer with personalized gene therapy at the next Medical Center Lecture Series presentation at 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 12. This informative lecture, sponsored by the Medical Lecture Series and Healthnetwork Foundation, will be presented by Dr. Bruce Levine, Director of the University of Pennsylvania Abramson…
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Watch "Processed Food: An Experiment that Failed"

The 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 below or on his photo at left. For more information about Dr. Lustig's lecture and his background, click below.


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

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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