EATONVILLE, Fla. — Orange County’s growing elderly population now has a new option for medical care.
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Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings was at the opening Friday morning of a new dedicated senior medical center.
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The location is now up and running along Lee Road, just west of I-4.
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Demings said this meets the county’s demand for medical services, as the area nears a population of 1.5 million people.
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One 92-year-old patient told Channel 9 what stands out at the facility.
“They treat you like family, and family matters,” said patient Carol Simpson.
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The medical center treats people under Medicare and Medicare Advantage.
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