Why Learning Tree PPEC?
Our PPEC medical day care is uniquely designed to meet the particular needs
of the pediatric community we serve in Central Florida.
Learning Tree PPEC in Orlando offers:
Our Board-Certified Pediatrician and Medical Director is available for emergencies, and our Nursing Director supervises the clinical staff daily.
As a pediatric facility in Orlando, we implement an individualized plan of care for your child. All patients will receive excellent care from our Nursing staff.
We are located five minutes away from Orlando Health, Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, and Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies, which have been recognized as Best Children’s Hospitals for 2022-2023 by U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in hospital rankings and consumer advice.
We are also near to Nemours Children's Hospital, Florida and from hundreds of pediatric practices.
Quality of Life
Children who are born or who develop chronic conditions require constant skilled nursing care. Often the parents have no option but to keep their little one at home receiving Home Health care. Although for some children this will be the best option, in most situations this decision will not only limit the child to interact with other children and grow socially, but it also has a great impact on the parents, caregiver, and on the entire family.
At Learning Tree PPEC we strive to offer a quality, nurturing, and safe environment for your little one.
We provide State of Art services because of their complex health conditions, and we know many parents’ lives have been consumed. We offer reliable and consistent Nursing care in Central Florida. Our medical day care allows parents to save time, rest, and effectively manage their work schedule and other aspects of their lives. Learning Tree PPE in Orlando is building a support system for parents where they can participate in social events and other activities. We provide Free medical transportation service in Orlando, Kissimmee, and surrounding areas, pick up and return home.
Studies from Florida International University indicate that “children enrolled in PPECs show significant improvement in life scores (i.e., physical and psychosocial functioning) and have lower medical condition severity” compared to those enrolled in home health settings.