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The full service clinic is now located within our Fleming Island multispecialty practice and is part of the Orange Park Medical Network. We treat minor illnesses and injuries, provide treatment of chronic conditions and supply a variety of work-based physicals and tests.
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Take a Virtual Tour of Orange Park Medical Center! Click the link below to explore several areas within our hospital including our ER, Patient Rooms, Operating Rooms and more.
Last updated 15 days ago
Do you have knee arthritis? Dr. Jeffrey Burnette of First Coast Orthopedics discusses treatment options including Joint Replacement surgery and tells us more about Orange Park Medical Center's preoperative Joint Camp program.
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Cardiac rehabilitation is designed to allow patients to improve their physical fitness and reduce their cardiac health risks following angioplasty, heart attack, or open heart surgery. After any of these incidents, the heart muscle may be weakened and unable to support a fully active lifestyle. With cardiac rehab, patients can gradually and effectively reincorporate activity into their lives and learn the right habits to support their heart health.
Cardiac rehab is provided under the care of a team of physicians, physical therapists, and dieticians who can assess unique patient needs and set guidelines for healthy living. Goals will be somewhat different for every patient, but the general purpose of cardiac rehab is to empower patients to improve their health and reduce the chances of a cardiac episode.
Orange Park Medical Center’s cardiac rehabilitation program has helped a number of patients in Northeast Florida become motivated to boost their heart health and get back on track with their overall wellness. You can learn more about us on our website or call our Consult-A-Nurse healthcare referral line at (904) 639-8500 to learn if our cardiac rehab may be right for you.
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Behavioral therapies may take place in an inpatient or outpatient setting, depending on the needs of patients and the conditions they are facing. At Orange Park Medical Center, patients who do not need around-the-clock care in an inpatient program can opt for an intensive outpatient program that incorporates comprehensive assessment and medical evaluation within 24 hours of initial contact between Monday and Friday. This program sees a consistent decline of 22% in depressive and anxiety symptoms over about one month of attendance. Below, you will get a better idea of what you can expect when attending this specialized program.
Intensive outpatient care can address grief issues, stress, mood disorders, addiction, generalized anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and bipolar disorder. Evaluation and therapy to address these disorders is provided by Masters-level therapists and nurses who are certified in psychiatry.
Multiple Program Tracks
The outpatient program takes place on two different schedules. One meets twice weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., while the other meets Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays with sessions between 9:00 a.m. and noon. Each includes a weekly session with a board-certified psychiatrist who may provide family sessions and cognitive behavioral strategies when needed. Journaling assignments and group therapy are also included in outpatient care.
Group Session Therapy
Through group sessions, patients may take part in anger and stress management, development of empathy skills, and activities for managing life decisions. Combining both group and individual therapy allows patients to manage their symptoms in a more dynamic way to promote better health long after the program ends.
Facing behavioral conditions is a challenge, but Orange Park Medical Center is dedicated to making treatment more effective and approachable for patients throughout Northeast Florida. You can reach us for more information about our behavioral health services online or at (904) 639-8500.