BayCare Health System Opens New Hospital Named 'Wesley Chapel'

The new facility houses 86 beds and is 318,000 square-feet.

By HFT Staff


BayCare Health System opened its newest state-of-the-art hospital in Wesley Chapel, located in Pasco County. BayCare Hospital Wesley Chapel, which broke ground in Dec. 2020, is now accepting patients needing emergency services.  

BayCare has invested $246 million to provide Pasco County residents with a new choice for healthcare services. 

The 86-bed, 318,000-square-foot hospital will provide comprehensive medical services and healthcare resources including an emergency department, an intensive care unit with virtual-monitoring beds, diagnostic services such as imaging and lab, and surgical services.  

BayCare has invested $246 million to provide Pasco County residents with a new choice for healthcare services in the area. The health system also has hired hundreds of team members to serve the community at this new facility.  

BayCare Hospital Wesley Chapel is one of BayCare's newest facilities in Pasco County. The new hospital will be more convenient for existing patients while also giving residents more options when choosing a provider. BayCare currently serves that community with behavioral health, home health services, physician offices, other ambulatory services and easy access to its other 15 hospitals across the region.  



March 17, 2023


Topic Area: Construction


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