These local long-term facilities have had someone test positive for COVID-19

ORLANDO, Fla. — Gov. Ron DeSantis encouraged the Florida Department of Health to publish the names of long-term care facilities where a resident or staff member has tested positive for COVID-19.

Here are the facilities in Central Florida that have had someone test positive for the virus:

Orange County:

  • Adventist Care Center Orlando North
  • Bridge Assisted Living at Life Care Center of Orlando
  • Encore at Avalon Park
  • Gentry Park Orlando
  • Guardian Care Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
  • Hunters Creek Nursing and Rehab Center
  • Orlando Va Medical Center at Lake Nona - Community Living Center
  • Orlando Veterans Affairs Medical Center - Community Living Center Dementia Care
  • Rosewood Health and Rehabilitation Center
  • Savannah Court of Maitland
  • Serenades by Sonata - West Orange
  • Sonata West

Osceola County:

  • Sonata Hunter’s Creek

Seminole County:

  • Brookdale Lake Orienta
  • Consulate Health Care at West Altamonte
  • Faith House Assisted Living Facility
  • Serenades by Sonata

Volusia County:

  • Avante at Ormond Beach Inc.
  • Coquina Center
  • Debary Health And Rehabilitation Center
  • Deltona Health Care
  • Grand Villa of Ormond Beach
  • Majestic Oaks

Brevard County:

  • Brookdale Melbourne
  • Life Care Center of Palm Bay
  • Sonata Viera
  • Victoria Landing Alf
  • Viera Health and Rehabilitation Center
  • Zon Beachside LLC

Lake County:

  • AdventHealth Care Center Waterman
  • Lake Eustis Health and Rehabilitation Center
  • The Cove at Tavares Village

Sumter County:

  • Buffalo Crossing Assisted Living
  • Osprey Point Nursing Center
  • Serenades in The Villages

Polk County:

  • Consulate Health Care of Lakeland
  • Highlands Lake Center
  • Lakeland Hills Center
  • Merrill Gardens at Championsgate
  • Palm Garden of Winter Haven

Marion County:

  • Pacifica Senior Living Ocala
  • Palm Garden of Ocala

Katlyn Brieskorn, WFTV.com

Katlyn Brieskorn is a Digital Assignment Editor at WFTV. She joined Channel 9 in July 2019.