About us

Osceola Community Health Services

Primary Care Medical Services of Poinciana, Inc. (D.B.A. Osceola Community Health Services) have served the Osceola County population since October 2004. Since then, our network of community health centers have become an integral part of our community's health care safety net.

Our service area includes the entirety of Osceola County and our target population is the disadvantaged residents who are within 200% federal poverty level (FPL). These residents typically are uninsured or underinsured and have significant barriers to affordable and accessible primary care services. They also are among the most likely to suffer from social determinants of health that lead to health disparities and poor health outcomes.

Our network of ten health centers, strategically located to serve our target population has enabled our most vulnerable citizens to have access to health centers. Our commitment to quality health care was demonstrated by earning The Joint Commission for Ambulatory Care Accreditation and Primary Care Medical Home certification.

"When you come to one of our health centers we want you to feel special, because you are." We want you to know how much we care, because we do."

- Belinda Johnson-Cornett, MS, RN-BC, MBA
President & CEO

We don't treat patients,
we treat human beings.

At Osceola Community Health Services, we firmly believe in treating patients as human beings first and foremost. We understand that every individual has unique needs, concerns, and experiences, and we approach healthcare with empathy, respect, and dignity. Our dedicated team is committed to fostering a warm and welcoming environment where you are not just a medical case, but a person deserving of personalized care. We listen attentively, communicate openly, and ensure that your voice is heard in your healthcare journey. At Osceola Community Health Services, you're not just a patient; you're a valued member of our community deserving of compassionate care.

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