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Central FL Pediatric Intensive Care Specialist
Central Florida Pediatric Intensive Care Specialist (CFPICS) is a Hospitalist and Intensivist Practice.
CFPICS has assisted primary care physicians with over 33452 of their patients since the establishment of their practice in January of 1994.
Hospitalist programs have been established to oversee:
All inpatient care in a cost-effective and more efficient manner.
By remaining on-site and dedicated to inpatients, hospitalists are able to assist primary care physicians by conducting rounds more frequently.
Responding to patient needs and facilitating immediate reactions to changes in patient conditions.
As well as ensuring a more rapid discharge process.
Serving the 10-county Central Florida area, CFPICS is fellowship trained, board-certified intensivists and hospitalists working in the Florida Hospital System and Leesburg Regional Medical Center with privileges at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and Women. Please take a moment and click here to complete the survey and fax back to us at 407-894-6872.
Committed to providing quality and personalized pediatric and adolescent critical care, Dr.'s Ayodeji Otegbeye, Vivek Desai, Oludapo Soremi, Quy Che, Goddy Corpuz, and Raluca Papadopol have vast experience in and offer the following services:
Pediatric inpatient hospital care
Emergency room evaluations
Pediatric pulmonary medicine
Care of technology-dependent children with various disabilities, including post-organ transplant patients and those with complex pediatric medical problems
Flexible fiberoptic pediatric bronchoscopy
Care of congenital anomalies and immunodeficiencies Interpretation of pneumocardiograms
Interpretation of event recording for patients on apnea monitors
In-office intravenous infusion services
CFPICS will coordinate all aspects of inpatient care, from admitting the patient to completing the discharge summary. As intensivists, the physicians at CFPICS will also be responsible for pediatric intensive care and pediatric progressive care hospital admissions. CFPICS will coordinate the following:
Perform diagnostic tests
Complete daily patient rounds
Manage patient care complications and difficulties as they arise
Communicate with primary care physicians and patients’ families
Evaluate patients in the Emergency Room
Oversee discharge planning
Oversee post-discharge follow-up when needed
Coordinate all out-of-area and out-of-network admissions and transfers
Coordinate care with hospital and insurance companies