Do you think you might have a DVT? Call ourĀ  DVT & LEG HEALTH HOTLINEĀ  833-687-6887

VVC Kissimmee is MOVING (not far away)

Renaissance Park II- VVC Kissimmee new location

The new location is in the NEW Renassiance Building II

on the corner of E. Osceola Parkway & S. Orange Avenue

1210 E. Osceola Parkway Suite 303

Kissimmee, FL  34744

 

PREVIEW 1 OF THE NEW SPACE:

   

 

We continue to take every COVID-10 safety precaustion possible to ensure your safety as well as the safety of our staff.

 

BOOK AN APPOINTMENT ONLINE

Or call us at 407-847-8404

Author
Nadene Weil, Director of Patient & Physician Relations

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