It Begins With A Vision

Neurologist Dr. Lance Kim of Florida Neurological Center has been listening to patients’ concerns regarding their healing needs, from diagnostic to therapeutic care. Dr. Kim has recognized the need for bringing higher healthcare technology to Ocala. After extensive research and patient input, he has built a new state-of-the-art facility at 2237 SW 19th Avenue Road, featuring one of only six high-resolution, open MRIs in the country.

Dr. Kim’s vision will continue to meet the medical needs of the community as well as provide the high-quality resolution images physicians require to determine the therapeutic needs of individual patients.

When you or your children are in need of a diagnostic MRI, you naturally want access to the most up-to-date medical technology available. Fortunately, Dr. Kim’s medical vision also included offering patients the most advanced technical lighting system in the industry. This technology will allow adults to choose soothing scenery with background sound or children to watch a cartoon while undergoing the diagnostic testing—creating a warm and comfortable atmosphere for any patient.

When difficult times arrive, Dr. Kim’s mission is to make life as positive and comfortable as possible for patients. To achieve this, Dr. Kim will offer this amazing piece of medical technology housed in the most comprehensive neurology complex which includes a high-tech Sleep Disorder Center. Look for more details on this breakthrough MRI technology in the upcoming August issue of Ocala Style magazine, and visit

When a doctor has a vision that puts the care and comfort of others first, the difficult times become a little lighter and hope becomes brighter for all.

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