First Aid/Baby Care Center at WDW

So, how many people are aware that Walt Disney World has a First Aid/ Baby Care center in every park? The only reason I know this is because I had stumbled upon this information in a blog a few months before my last trip, and I am glad I did. Here is a little story about what happened during our trip. My husband and our eldest daughter were waiting in what seemed like the longest line ever for The Mine Train and I was walking and walking with the baby, trying to get her to go to sleep. We had lost the pacifier, and she just was not giving in. So, I remembered that there was a baby care center that supposedly had pacifiers and I could change her diaper in the process. By the time I had gotten back to the front of the park, she had fallen asleep (thankfully), but they were out of pacifiers. 😦 So, I talked to the nurse for a few minutes, trying to cool off before heading back out into that Florida heat.

Anyway, here is a list of where the centers are located in every park:

  • Magic Kingdom – between Crystal Palace and Casey’s Corner
  • Animal Kingdom – Discovery Island next to Creature Comforts
  • Epcot – in the Odyssey Center
  • Hollywood Studios – in the Guest Relations Building on Hollywood Boulevard

What you can expect when you walk in:

  • You will be greeted by a nurse when you walk in. She will have you sign a paper, asking you what you are here for.
  • There are medicines for every ailment.
    • You are allowed medicine for free twice a day, then you need to buy your own bottle of Tylenol, Advil, etc.
  • There are Epi Pens just in case anyone had any type of allergic reaction.
  • Rocking chairs
  • TVs
  • High Chairs
  • Changing Tables
  • Air condition or heat, depending on the season. So if you and your little ones need to get out of the Florida weather, you know where to go.
  • Microwaves, just in case baby or little ones needs something specially prepared.
  • Beds to lie down on, in case someone isn’t feeling well
  • Bandages and ointment
    • Note: They do not have blister guards, I do recommend packing something to protect your feet. You will be doing a lot of walking.

Things for PURCHASE:

  • Feminine items
  • Bottles
  • Pacifiers
  • Deodorant (men & women)
  • Sunscreen (adult & child)
  • Children’s Claritin
  • Advil (children & infant)
  • Pediacare Allergy
  • Pediacare (children & infant)
  • Robitussin
  • Gerber Good Start
  • Pedia Lyte
  • Pepto Bismol Liquid
  • Advil Liquid Gels (Adult)
  • Tylenol (Adult)
  • Baby food
  • Wipes
  • Diapers

There is an Urgent Care that the nurse will direct you to if she feels you need further care. It is open 8 A.M.- 12 A.M. weekdays and 8 A.M. – 8 P.M. weekends. There is also an ambulatory service that will come pick you up if you need to be rushed to the hospital.

Until Next Time,



Published by themadmousekabean

I am a mom to two little girls and one furry little girl, a loving wife to an amazing and supportive husband to my Disney addiction, a Disney Vacation Club member, and a lover of anything Halloween!

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