Construction Begins on New Orlando Health Hospital

320,000-square-foot facility will have 180 beds housed in two six-story towers and can expand up to 240 beds

By HFT Editorial Staff
November 16, 2021

Officials broke ground on the new Orlando Health Lake Mary Hospital, representing the next growth phase for the campus. The 320,000-square-foot facility will have 180 beds housed in two six-story towers with the ability to expand up to 240 beds. One focus area for the new hospital will be women’s health, including labor and delivery services, and a future neonatal intensive care unit.

The new facility will include six operating rooms and two catheterization labs, a comprehensive imaging suite, medical-surgical bed units, an observation unit, dining, chapel and gift shop, among other features.

“This is a major milestone for the community and the vision we have for this healthcare campus,” says Shawn Molsberger, president of Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital and senior vice president for Orlando Health’s northeast region.

Once complete, the hospital will be connected to the existing Orlando Health Emergency Room – Lake Mary, which opened in September 2019 featuring 25 treatment rooms, an imaging department, outpatient pharmacy and lab draw station. Patients also have access to full ambulatory services and a helipad. Located next door on the campus is the 60,000-square-foot Orlando Health Medical Pavilion offering several outpatient specialties, including, pulmonology, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, urology, orthopedics, general surgery, cardiology, and cardiac rehab.

See the latest posts on our homepage Share

Topic Area: Construction

Recent Posts
Recent Posts

How Can FEMA Help Hospitals Mitigate and Recover from Disaster?

Following disasters, FEMA will reimburse 75-100 percent of costs for services such as debris removal, overtime pay, and infrastructure repairs


Advance in Thermal Energy Storage Shows Promise

Breakthrough could play major role in decarbonizing buildings


Alabama Hospital Authority Breaks Ground on New Facility

Hospital set to open in 2024 will include 412,000-square-foot, nine-story hospital with 200 beds


Landscapes Become Focus of Climate Change Strategies

Survey finds growing demand for landscape planning and design solutions to climate change


Ramping Up Foodservice Operations for a Pandemic

Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport overcomes daunting obstacles and challenges to accommodate rapid increases of COVID-19 patients


Post Comment


News & Updates • Webcast Alerts • Building Technologies

All fields are required.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.