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What Happens When You Get Sick At Disney World?

August 1, 2020

No one wants to get sick at Walt Disney World…especially right now.

Unfortunately, sickness happens, with or without a global pandemic. But, since illness and accidents do happen, even at Walt Disney World, they’ve always been prepared.

So, where do you go for medical attention when you get sick at Walt Disney World?

Where do you go for medical attention when you get sick at Walt Disney World

Get Sick in the Parks?

Of course, we won’t want anyone to get sick while they’re in the Disney Parks. But, after a few too many spins on the Teacups, you may find yourself needing something to stop the world from spinning.

First Aid Stations

Whether you’re getting motion sickness, have a headache, or you simply need a bandaid, each Park is equipped with a First Aid Station.

Visiting one should only be used for minor illnesses and scrapes since you’ll only receive over-the-counter medications, bandages, and other quick remedies. But, it’s a good alternatives to purchasing highly priced items in the Gift Shop.

To find the locations of the closest First Aid location in the Theme Parks and Water Parks, you can find maps on the My Disney Experience App or Disney’s Website.

Priority Room at Disney's Caribbean Beach

Medical Attention needed at your Resort?

In-room medical services are available at all Walt Disney World Resort hotels. It is available 24 hours a day by touching “Front Desk” from your in-room phone.

They can help you decide whether a trip to a doctor is necessary. If medications need to be filled, you do have a few options.

If you don’t have a car, your prescription can be sent to Turner Drugs, a pharmacy that Walt Disney World works with. They also deliver prescriptions to your Resort, so you don’t have to worry about picking it up.

If you have your car, there are also several Walgreens, CVS, and Publix stores near Walt Disney World.

Need to store your medical supplies? All rooms have at least a mini fridge. But, First Aid centers can store medications for you, if you need them to.

Special containers can be provided for disposal of hypodermic needles, as well.

Thermometer and Face Mask sitting on a solid surface

For More Serious Illnesses and Injuries

We like to think that bad things don’t happen at the most magical place on earth. But, no one is immune to injuries and illnesses, even on vacation.

With temperature checks now being implemented at the entrances to the Parks, you may notice advertisements for AdventHealth. While their presence is more well known on Disney property now, they’ve always had a hand at helping Disney out.

Looking for urgent care near Walt Disney World Resort open now?

AdventHealth Centra Care Lake Buena Vista is located on South Apopka Vineland Road, next to the Delta Hotel. They’re open 24 hours a day, so you’ll always have access to a doctor, when you need one.

Patient Registration is available online, but if you need to see a doctor sooner, there are other nearby AdventHealth locations that are still allowing Walk-ins during operating hours.

Complimentary transportation can be provided to you by calling (407) 938-0650. If you need a carseat, one can be provided for you.

Most insurance is accepted and medications can be filled on site, so you can back to your room for a much needed nap.

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