Pain Management Office to Move in August
To better serve its patients in Central Florida, Physician Partners of America (PPOA) is moving its Orlando pain management clinic to a new, next-door location on Aug. 13. The move lays the groundwork for the opening of a two-building, multispecialty Orlando Medical Pavilion.
Dr. Taufiq Ahmed, the clinic’s principal physician, will move from the existing office at 1736 33rd Street, Suite 100, Orlando, FL 32839 into the new, state-of-the-art office next door at 1724 33rd Street, Suite 200. The two buildings will eventually be connected.
A Medical Mall Serving Tourists in Orlando
The twin buildings are conveniently located one mile from exit 79 of Interstate 4 in the Millenia area of Orlando. This makes it convenient to both area residents and tourists. Winter visitors will appreciate that Physician Partners of America is among the only interventional pain management facilities to accept patients with a valid, out-of-state identification.
The Orlando Medical Pavilion will eventually encompass approximately 30,000 square feet of medical offices. Its outpatient surgery center will accommodate specialties including pain management, orthopedics, ear-nose-throat, neurosurgery, gastroenterology, and general surgery. It is also expected to house a laboratory and pharmacy services for one-stop medical services.
Orlando Medical Pavilion – Part of Company Focus
The so-called “medical mall” concept is becoming more popular. It is part of Physician Partners of America’s shift toward providing many services in single locations. The company opened the initial phase of its first multispecialty medical complex in Merritt Island, Fla. on July 30.
“Medical pavilions are the future, and Physician Partners of America is staying ahead of the trend,” said Josh Helms, Physician Partners of America’s Chief Operating Officer. “With the opening of the Orlando Medical Pavilion, our goal is to be the provider of choice for both Central Floridians and winter residents.”
The multi-specialty surgery center is part of the master development plan and is projected to open in January 2019. The Merritt Island surgery center is expected to open in November 2018.
The appointment scheduling phone number will remain the same: (407) 641-5472 and patient records will remain in the building. Same-day appointments are available.