Raulerson Hospital
863.763.2151
We are a 100-bed acute care facility providing a full range of medical and surgical services. We have been serving the Okeechobee and surrounding communities for more than 30 years.

Contact Raulerson Hospital

Address:

1796 Hwy 441 North

Okeechobee, FL 34972

Phone Number:

(863) 763-9228

Raulerson Hospital serves a great need in the rural community of Okeechobee, providing excellent medical care with emergency services, surgical services, women’s health screenings, occupational health services, and orthopedics. We have been serving the area for the past 35 years and been recognized as a Top Performer by the Joint Commission for four consecutive years. In addition to our exceptional clinical services, we provide education and resources for our patients so that they are empowered to take charge of their care.

Driving to Our Hospital

From the north, you can reach our hospital via US-98 S. Take the US-98 S to NW 9 th St., and turn left. Continue for about 1.4 miles, and turn left onto FL-15 N/US-441/N Parrott Avenue. You will see us on the right in about half a mile.

From the south, take FL-15 N/US-441 N/US-98 N to SE 86 th Blvd., and turn right. Turn left onto FL-710 W, and continue for 5.8 miles. Turn left onto SR-70 W/NE Park St. Turn right onto NE 3 rd Ave., and make a left at the first cross street onto NE 2 nd St. Turn right onto FL-15 N/US-441 N/N Parrott Ave. Continue for one mile, and you will see us on the right.


What’s Nearby

Agri-Civic Center & Fairgrounds

Indian River State College – Dixon Hendry Campus

Trading Post Flea Market

The city of Okeechobee was incorporated in 1915 as an agricultural community on the shores of Lake Okeechobee, which is widely known as Florida’s inner sea. The lake serves as an abundant resource for fishing and outdoor recreation, while the scenic surroundings of the city are a thriving area for agri-business.

Okeechobee is recognized as the “Speckled Perch Capital of the World,” and it is also famous for its annual rodeo and commercial district catering to the influx of visitors seen every winter. As of 2010, the city’s population was just 5,621, creating a welcoming small town atmosphere where “The Pioneering Spirit Endures.”

Public Resources

Okeechobee County Parks & Recreation

Okeechobee County Public Library

City of Okeechobee Police Department